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Score a piece of golfing history

GOLF fans could find their feet in Prestwick where a pub touted as the birthplace of The Open has come onto the market.

• The Red Lion is located in Prestwick.

• The Red Lion is located in Prestwick.

The Red Lion, which is said to have traded for almost 200 years and is claimed to have been a haunt of Open founder Old Tom Morris, has been put up for sale following a refurbishment and relaunch.
Paul Shiells, director of licensed and leisure at Colliers International in Scotland, said the Red Lion is “thriving”, describing it as a “highly desirable licensed business returning substantial sales and bottom line profits”.
Colliers International is marketing the Red Lion with a guide price of £1.1 million.

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