There was so much going on at The 149th Open that you may have struggled to keep up with all of the action.
Here is a rundown of five things you might have missed from a fascinating Championship.
In the immediate aftermath of the Championship, much attention understandably focused on Collin Morikawa becoming the first man in history to win in his debut appearances at two majors.
Yet this stunning achievement somewhat overshadowed another record achieved by Morikawa. By posting a total of 265, he recorded the lowest score in any Open at Royal St George’s.
Morikawa’s 15-under aggregate was two better than Greg Norman’s winning mark of 267 in 1993.
Only Henrik Stenson, who carded an extraordinary 20-under 264 at Royal Troon in 2016, has managed a lower 72-hole total in The Open.
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