Walter Hagen CENTENNIAL US OPEN EDITION
On June the 13th 1919, Walter Hagen won his second U.S. Open tiltle in a playoff against Mike Brady at Brae Burn Country Club.
They took vastly different approaches in preparing for the next day’s playoff. Brady rested, did everything he could to make sure he was in top form for the next day. Hagen did the opposite. Following the conclusion of the fourth round, Hagen linked up with jazz performer Al Jolston to celebrate the night away. He won 77 to 78.
The 10year old single cask Glen Moray has been finished in a Bourbon barrel. A limited edition of 100 unique bottles have been bottled at the date of his centennial US Open win.
Nose: crisp lemon, cut grass and light vanilla. Pineapple.
Palate: Fresh-baked muffins with spun sugar and juicy apple chunks. Lychee and grapefruit.
Finish: Refreshing citrus with mouth-watering green apple.