British Amateur Golfing Championship
THE FAMOUS TWENTY-TWO HOLE MATCH of 1898

 

British Amateur Golf Championship of 1898, Royal Liverpool Golf Club.

 Freddie Tait and John L. Low, in the British Amateur Golf Championship of 1898. 
Tait is studying his putt and Low is just to the right of him.  
Yes, the hole is Road, but the course is Royal Liverpool Golf Club

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