A surprising late flood from Cameron Smith saw the Australian success his most memorable major in dazzling design at the 150th Open Championship in St. Andrews, Scotland.

In his occasion debut, the 28-year-old depleted five successive birdies as he tore through the back nine of the Old Course,

checking an eight-under 64 to pip playing accomplice Cameron Young by a stroke at 20-under standard.

Subsequent to beginning the day four shots in front of Smith, Rory McIlroy polished two strokes behind in third in the wake of closing down an intruder free 70.

It implied tragedy for the Northern Irishman who, hoping to end an eight-year significant dry season, saw a subsequent Claret Jug win

get past him following a day of botched putting potential open doors.Having imparted the lead to Viktor Hovland at the highest point after a throbbing Saturday duel,

McIlroy looked on target to at long last secure his fifth major in the wake of pulling ahead at the fifth opening from the Norwegian,

who checked a two-north of 74 to complete fourth. Britain's Tommy Fleetwood joined the 24-year-old on 14-under in the wake of shooting a great 67.

Yet again yet while the 33-year-old hence birdied only, up ahead Smith - - having proactively multiplied that count by his fifth opening

burst through the back nine with a run of five birdies prior to adding one more at the eighteenth.

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