Glenmorangie ambassador Tony Jacklin looks back on Lytham 1969 with Jeremy Ellwood and remembers a sleeping pill and calming his caddie's nerves...

When Glenmorangie ambassador Tony Jacklin led The Open going into the final round at Lytham & St Annes in 1969, he had not only his own nerves to deal with, but also those of his caddie, Willie Hilton, plus the weight of British expectation from a golfing public denied a home Open winner for 18 years.

In this video interview shot in London earlier this year, the double Major winner looks back on that final round at Lytham, and reflects on the significance of landing one of golf’s big four…