Jordan Spieth survived a roller-coaster final round at the British Open to claim his third major title. Take a look at some of the best moments from Sunday.
British Open 2017: Jordan Spieth's mental fortitude helped him stage gritty recovery and clinch title
A final round full of drama, a tale of mental fortitude and Jordan Spieth's transition from ice cold to red hot headlined the 146th Open at Royal Birkdale.
Jordan Spieth won the British Open at Royal Birkdale on Sunday by three shots from fellow American Matt Kuchar after a dramatic final round.
British Open 2017: Jordan Spieth continues charge, Branden Grace shoots a 62 to set new major record
Branden Grace took advantage of benign conditions on the links of Royal Birkdale that were a world away from the rain and wind that rendered shot-making almost impossible on Friday.
On a day when it was cold, windy and rainy and play was stopped for a 15 minutes in the evening, Lahiri and Kapur, had to work and in the end fell short by a narrow one-shot margin at six-over-par 146.
Jordan Spieth tops the leaderboard at -6 and exhibits tremendous self belief that reaffirms his position as the front-runner to wrest this championship.
Jordan Spieth handled the miserable conditions brilliantly in the second round of the British Open on Friday as he took a commanding two-shot lead into the weekend at Royal Birkdale.
Rory McIlroy lived to fight another day at the British Open after recovering from a shocking start to his first round at Royal Birkdale on Thursday to shoot a one-over-par 71.
World No 3 Jordan Spieth matched the course record 65 with a blemish-free card, making five birdies on the 2nd, 8th, 9th, 14th and 17th, hitting 15 greens in regulation along the way.
Jordan Spieth produced one of his best major championship efforts to take a share of the lead alongside fellow Americans Brooks Koepka and Matt Kuchar after the first round of the British Open.