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.
"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.