'It's a crazy, crazy game," said Ernie Els as he stared lovingly at the Claret Jug.
All of those who witnessed events at Royal Lytham last night will vouch for that. This was a quite astonishing finish to the 141st Open Championship.
Just when you thought Adam Scott was meandering to a maiden major, the Australian went for a walk on the wild side. In the end, it was the Big Easy who kept his head while those around him were losing theirs. And no one lost it more than Scott.
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