Cameron Smith became the winner of the 150th Open in Scotland.

Cameron Smith became the winner of the 150th Open in Scotland.

While the entire St Andrews was following Rory McIlroy, Cameron Smith, who was a gathering forward, made five consecutive birdies to leap through 14 openings to the highest point on the competitor’s list. An hour or two later, Smith’s name was being bitten into the claret jug.

He didn’t blink even once on Sunday. Whenever he first saw something moving, that was the point at which he held the prize.

In any case, he never did any work on these for more than four days in the event that he disintegrated despite a troubled Saturday.

He checked a series of 73. He looked sad. He discussed how Fairway had a conflict with him from killing divine beings. He lamented how he went after the thirteenth with enthusiasm instead of playing carefully – and went away with twice the intruder.

The idealism I had seen from him in the first two rounds was quickly dispelled, leaving us with our thought process to be a direct firefight between short-lived pioneers. However, Smith had not lost faith.

Smith moved forward once again with the Australian help behind him. With headlines elsewhere — — for the most part — on McIlroy — she set up another spotless round, as she did on Friday, shooting from 8-under 64 to the entryway crash, aimed at McIlroy’s royal celebration. .

He moved to sign his scorecard as the group all raced to the fairway to petition God for a supernatural phenomenon. However, the moment McIlroy’s drive missed the green mark.

His attempt to open for a bird to force a season finisher slipped past. He hugged his teapot and afterward seemed to have lost something.

“I don’t have a family here,” he said. “I have my whole group here.” The seven-day stretch of the movement was of great use to his father.

It is true that in 1860 the 150th edition of The Open was played as main back. In those days, Old Tom Morris was the most beloved home. He understood the curriculum better than anyone. Although at that time Willie Park came first to come out on top for the title.

We’ve seen it before — as Stewart sinks in 2009 moving on from the darling of the Turnberry herd, Tom Watson. Still, it should be tied with Smith’s crucial end to the week, not McIlroy’s close. We must see the spirit that would have been rooted in McIlroy’s victory and centered around Smith’s unimaginable execution.

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