Cameron Smith

54-hole co-leader Rory McIlroy didn't do much wrong in the final round but was left in the dust by the Australian's red-hot putter.

Cameron Smith

St Andrews, Scotland - road, bunker, hotel, railway shed - and a tea box which is usually off limits.

Cameron Smith

Welcome to one of the most entertaining holes in golf and finally Sunday's British Open.

Cameron Smith

Cameron Smith, who played near flawless golf in shooting 8-under-par 64 to win the 150th Open at the Home of Golf,

Cameron Smith

overcame perhaps his worst shot of the day with a nervy putt along barren grass onto the green, from where he holed a 10-footer for par that saved the tournament.

Cameron Smith

Smith hardly seemed fazed. The winner of the Players Championship earlier this year, who has been known to get on a hot putting streak

Cameron Smith

along with some wild play off the tee, overcame third-round co-leader Rory McIlroy with the help of five consecutive birdies to win his first major championship.

Cameron Smith

To win an Open Championship in itself is probably going to be a golfer’s highlight to their career,’’ Smith said

Cameron Smith

“To do it around St. Andrews, I think is just unbelievable. This place is so cool. I love the golf course. I love the town.’’