The most requested information on St. Andrews cemetery is the location of the Young Tom Morris Memorial


A photo of the Tommy Morris Memorial loacted in the St. Andrews cemetery


Young Tom Morris, Winner of 3 consecutive Open Championships making him the sole possessor of the championship belt, golf's original trophy. Young Tom then proceeded to win his 4th consecutive Open golf championship 2 years later (the 1871 Open was cancelled) making Tommy's name the first engraved on the infamous Claret jug. Tommy and Willie Park Sr. are the only two champions to have won the championship belt as well as the Claret Jug.

A photo of Tom Morris Sr and Tom Morris Jr

Tom Morris Sr and Tom Morris Jr 
The greatest father son combination in the history of golf,
8 Open Championships between the 2 of them. 



Tommy also recorded the first hole-in-one in the history of professional golf in the first round of the 1869 Open Championship at Prestwick, acing the 166 yard Station Hole.


To learn more about Young Tom Morris or Old Tom Morris for that matter,
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