Sunday, 22 July 2007

American Ben Curtis showed his love for The Open Championship was still as strong as ever with a fine final round 65 at Carnoustie – his lowest round in an Open.

The 30 year old – who became the first player since Tom Watson at Carnoustie in 1975 to win The Open at his first attempt when he claimed the Claret Jug at Royal St George’s in 2003 – finished on a three under par total of 281.

Curtis – a two time winner on the US PGA Tour in 2006 – only dropped one shot in his excellent effort at the 12th but more than made up for that with five birdies elsewhere in his round and an eagle three at the 14th.

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