Royal Lytham & St. Annes, built in the 19th century and a British
Open site since 1926, isn’t the most visually arresting course.
But it’s plenty tough, befitting a place that, like many British links,
survived World War II. Lytham’s challenge, for still-seeking-a-major
Lee Westwood and his peers, has been sharpened, its 205 bunkers
tweaked to ensure an old-school test.