Glenmorangie ambassador Tony Jacklin talks to Jeremy Ellwood about his rise to prominence and staying in the moment during that final round in 1969...

Glenmorangie ambassador Tony Jacklin reflects on his rise through the ranks in the mid to late 1960s that paved the way to him becoming Britain’s first Open winner for 18 years.

He remembers the encouragement he received from early mentor Roberto de Vicenzo and how vital it was to control his mind and stay in the present moment as he sought to give the home crowd the champion they wanted.