Xander Schauffele wins The Open to claim second major title

Xander Schauffele held off the challenge of Justin Rose to win the 152nd Open Championship at the end of a captivating week at Royal Troon. The American hit a stunning bogey-free six-under 65 to finish on nine under, two clear of his playing partner Rose, who shot a 67 in a fascinating duel in breezy conditions. It is a second major title in three months for 30-year-old Schauffele, who becomes the first player to win The Open and US PGA Championship in the same year since Rory McIlroy in 2014.

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Billy Horschel moves one clear as Lowry tumbles at The Open

Shane Lowry will go into the final round of The Open just three shots off the lead held by American Billy Horschel. Lowry he was bitterly disappointed to card a six-over 77 in brutal conditions. Horschel is one clear of a group of six players including former major champions Justin Rose and Xander Schauffele.

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Jon Rahm roars to US Open victory

Jon Rahm produced an astonishing birdie, birdie finish to clinch his first major title at the US Open firing a closing 67 to edge out Louis Oosthuizen after a riveting final day at Torrey Pines. Rahm becomes the first Spaniard to win the US Open.

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Oosthuizen eagles the last to make it three at the top – US Open

Louis Oosthuizen holed a huge eagle putt on the final green to earn a share of the 54-hole lead with Russell Henley and Mackenzie Hughes at the US Open while Rory McIlroy and Bryson DeChambeau are just two shots off the pace heading into the final round at Torrey Pines.

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Richard Bland becomes oldest player to share US Open lead after 36 holes at Torrey Pines

Richard Bland becomes the oldest player to lead the US Open after 36 holes after a 67 on day two earned him a tie at the top with Russell Henley, while Matthew Wolff is only one shot behind despite his mental health struggles.

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