Jacklin reflects on 1969 Open win

Tony Jacklin, who won the Open at Royal Lytham in 1969, looks back at his achievement and explains how he kept his mind on the task in hand.

Jacklin beat New Zealand's Bob Charles by two strokes to become the first English winner of the Open for 18 years.

The 68-year-old remains the last Englishman to win the Open on an English course.

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