The British Open has come and gone. Cameron Smith was crowned the Champion Golfer of the Year, Tiger Woods had his curtain call and now with the final men’s major of the year under our belts, we turn our eyes to 2023 and wait for the azaleas to bloom, right?
Not so fast. Just move on from the 150th playing of the most storied major at the Home of Golf? How could you not want some of the coolest treasures that this special week at St. Andrews had to offer?
We’ve curated a list to help you take advantage of some of the best items made for the 150th Open Championship.
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Why we like it: Each shoe features a unique piece of Harris Tweed wool cloth, dyed and spun off the coast of Scotland in a blend of colors. Every meter of the fabric must be handwoven in the homes of Outer Hebrides islanders to ensure it upholds the quality standards protected by the Harris Tweed Act of Parliament.
Why we like it: If you’re in the market for a unique headcover, it doesn’t get much better than this. A tweed pattern embossed with 150 wrapped in beautiful Scottish flowers graces the topside. On the flap, sesquicentennial is scribed in old Gaelic font, celebrating the 150 playings of golf’s oldest major.
Price: From $50
Why we love it: We’re cheating a little bit here as this line isn’t exactly unique to the Open Championship; however, it does have a special relationship with the tournament now that its the apparel worn by the 2022 Open Champion. Cam Smith showcased four different Original Penguin polos throughout his fantastic weekend at St. Andrews, and now you can dress just like him.