American golfer Brian Harman won the 151st Open Championship, capturing the Claret Jug and achieving his first major championship victory.

Despite immense pressure, Harman displayed composure and focus throughout the tournament at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, starting with a commanding 5-stroke lead.

He impressed with an exceptional 5-under 67 in the second round, maintaining his lead despite resistance from British fans.

In the final round, Harman secured a remarkable 6-shot victory with a 1-under 70, matching the second-largest margin in Open Championship history.

At 36 years old, he defied age-related expectations and earned a $3 million prize.

Harman's underdog status fueled his determination, and he joins an elite group of left-handed players to win the Claret Jug.

Only Bob Charles in 1963 and Phil Mickelson in 2013 shared this distinction, further solidifying Harman's unique place in golf history.

He is now set to make his Ryder Cup debut, expected to rise to No. 3 in the Ryder Cup points, adding competitiveness to the event at Marco Simone Golf and Country Club.