It is 25 years since Nick Faldo won the Open at St Andrews.
Here, the three-time Open winner remembers his victory on the Old Course.
The famously focused golfer looks back at how he secured his victory by five strokes over runners-up Mark McNulty and Payne Stewart. He also explains what it felt like to complete his 'journey' to the Claret Jug, his second after winning it in 1987 and then again in 1992.
This year The Open returns to St Andrews for the first time since 2010.
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