U.S. golfer Phil Mickelson won the British Open Sunday with a score of three-under-par. It's his first time winning the tournament.
At 43, Mickelson is the oldest player to win a major since Ben Crenshaw won the Masters in 1995 when he was also 43.
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"This is such an accomplishment for me," Mickelson said, according to CBS News. "To play what is arguably the best round of my career, to putt the way I putted, to shoot the round of my life, it just feels amazing to win the claret jug."
Mickelson is now ranked No. 2 in the world behind Tiger Woods, who tied for sixth place in the tournament with a score of two-over-par.