Who won the British Open Golf in 2013?

Who won the British Open Golf in 2013?

United States
Phil Mickelson
2013 Open Championship (British Open)/Winners

Who won the British Seniors Open?

Stephen Dodd
Stephen Dodd achieved his career highlight in dramatic fashion, holing a 10-foot birdie putt at the 72nd hole to win the Senior British Open at Sunningdale Golf Club (Old) in Berkshire, England.

Where did Phil win the British Open?

Muirfield Golf Links
The 2013 Open Championship was a men’s major golf championship and the 142nd Open Championship, held from 18–21 July at Muirfield Golf Links in Gullane, East Lothian, Scotland. Phil Mickelson shot a final round 66 (−5) to win his fifth major title, three strokes ahead of runner-up Henrik Stenson.

Was the open ever called the British Open?

The official name of the tournament is, and always has been, “The Open Championship.” It is run today by the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews, one of the two governing bodies (along with the USGA) of golf. There was only the open — The Open Championship. And so it has been officially named ever since.

Has Phil Mickelson ever won the British Open?

In the last 17 years, we’ve been treated to five major victories by Phil Mickelson, three Masters wins, one PGA and one British Open. The U.S. Open, you may know, is his career-long bugaboo, finishing second a record six times.

Who Won US Open golf in 2013?

Justin Rose
2013 U.S. Open/Winners
Justin Rose clinched his maiden major title to become the first Englishman for 43 years to win the US Open. The 32-year-old won by two shots from now six-time runner-up Phil Mickelson and Jason Day on a gripping final day.

Who won the Men’s Senior Open?


2019 Steve Stricker 267
2020 Jim Furyk 276

How much does the winner of the Senior British Open get?

How much money does the winner get? The winner will take home $2.07 million, marking the first time The Open will give a prize larger than $2 million. The 2019 winner, Shane Lowry, made $1.935 million.

Who won The Open in 2013?

Why was British Open changed to The Open?

The Open Championship, often referred to as The Open or the British Open, is the oldest golf tournament in the world, and one of the most prestigious. It is called The Open, because it is in theory “open” to all, i.e. professional and amateur golfers.

What is the 72 hole scoring record for the British Open?

Stenson finished at Royal Troon with a closing 63 to set the tournament’s 72-hole scoring record — and the all-time major championship scoring record — of 264.


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