Shane Lowry has won The 148th Open Championship at Royal Portrush.
The 32-year-old delivered a controlled performance in stormy conditions on Sunday afternoon, while his nearest challenger Tommy Fleetwood failed to muster enough momentum to really threaten the overnight lead.
Lowry, who carded a one over par 72 to win by seven shots, becomes the fifth Irishman to lift the famous Claret Jug, following in the footsteps of Fred Daly (1947), Padraig Harrington (2007/2008), Darren Clarke (2011) and Rory McIlroy (2014).
It's not only a first major win for the 2009 Irish Open winner, but also for his caddy Brian 'Bo' Martin from Ardglass.
The roars on the first tee were that little bit quieter, the nerves that little bit greater, in a crowd mostly supporting the man from Offaly.
On the next two holes, Fleetwood missed similarly gettable putts, one for birdie and one for par, to let Lowry off for his own one over par start, the gap back to four by the fourth tee.
Those let-offs seemed to settle the leader. He would make three birdies in his next four holes after a series of perfectly-placed shots, stretching the lead to six by the eighth tee.
The roars were back. The nerves were gone. But not for long on a topsy-turvy afternoon.
Much had been made of the impact the forecasted storms would have and they hit with a vengeance as the final pairing walked down the eighth.
It seemed to rattle the leader more as Lowry would go on to make three bogeys in four holes, including two three-putts. With Fleetwood making one less bogey over that stretch, the lead was five going on to the par five 12th.
It was down a further shot, back to where it was at the day's beginning, a hole later as Fleetwood made a two-putt birdie.
By that stage, the end of The Open had turned into a straight match-play situation, with third-placed Tony Finau way back on seven under par.
That meant that Lowry's bogey five on the week's toughest hole, the par four 14th, felt like a win when Fleetwood could only make six, taking the gap back out to five.
When he birdied the par four 15th, taking his lead to six with just three holes left, the win was all but secure.
His finishing pars were procession holes, as the fans lined all three to salute The 148th Open Champion.
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