Old Tom Morris is one of golf’s founding fathers. He won the second Open Championship to be staged, in 1861. And he’s the tournament’s oldest winner too – he was aged 46 years and 99 days when he won his fourth and final Open in 1867. He was fiercely competitive and blessed with a slow, smooth swing, his only flaw being a curious difficulty with short putts. He also had a hand in the design of 75 courses, including Prestwick, Royal Dornoch, Muirfield and Carnoustie. He was greenkeeper at St Andrews from 1865-1904 and also owned a shop in the town which still exists today.