Branden Grace talks through the best shots of his record-breaking 62 during round three at The Open at Royal Birkdale.
Champion Golfer of the Year Jordan Spieth moved to second in the official world golf rankings following his stunning win at Royal Birkdale on Sunday.
Fifteen months ago, Jordan Spieth suffered a meltdown at the 12th hole at Augusta. At Royal Birkdale he exorcised some of those demons and did so in dramatic fashion.
The 146th Open Championship enjoyed a grand stand finish as Matt Kuchar pushed Jordan Spieth to the 72nd hole.
Jordan Spieth overcame a slow start and near disaster on the 13th hole to claim The Open Championship – his third Major – as he beat Matt Kuchar by two shots at Royal Birkdale on Sunday, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Branden Grace secured his place in golf history by becoming the first player in Major competitions to shoot 62 – breaking a 157-year-old record at Royal Birkdale.
Royal Birkdale was put to the sword on moving day, with Branden Grace shooting 62 and leader Jordan Spieth shooting 65 in perfect weather for scoring at The Open.
Two-time Major champion Jordan Spieth is 18 holes away from adding The Open Championship to his collection after a 65 on Saturday, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
South Africa’s Branden Grace wrote himself into Major history on Saturday by becoming the first player to shoot lower than 63 in a Major, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Heavy wind and rain were no match for Jordan Spieth, who opened up a two-shot lead at The Open on Friday as he looks to claim the Claret Jug.