Video: Sights and sounds

    Sports Illustrated's Alan Shipnuck and's David Dusek have done their best to digest all the action from Sunday at Royal St. George's, and give us their final thoughts and analysis on an Open Championship we'll never forget. Watch now ...

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    Huber: What a wonder it is

    How to sum up what we witnessed at Royal St. George's?'s Jim Huber puts into perspective the moments of awe, of aghast and of tears, and reflects on the wonderful place Darren Clarke now occupies in life's meandering. Read more ...

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    Video: Final-round highlights

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    Live Report: Sunday

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    In Other News

    In 20th trip, Clarke finally claims his Claret Jug

    Darren Clarke of Northern Ireland shot an even-par 70 Sunday in very uneven conditions at Royal St. George's, and won the Open Championship by three shots. Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson tied for second.

    Open champion Clarke is, first and foremost, People's champion

    You'd be hard-pressed to find a more beloved person in golf than newly minted Open Champion Darren Clarke. Clarke's first major victory resonated with everyone who knows what he's been through, writes Andy Farrell.

    Red-hot early on, Mickelson all smiles after run stalls

    Before the start of the 140th Open Championship, Phil Mickelson said he was looking for a fresh start with golf's oldest major. That attitude proved helpful, as Mickelson tied for second -- his best Open finish.

    Johnson's return to big stage ends in disappointment

    Dustin Johnson tied Phil Mickelson for second on Sunday after an eventful week that saw him start off ill, rebound with an ace, then lose his chance to win with an errant iron shot that led to a fateful double bogey.

    Clarke secures third spot in PGA Grand Slam of Golf

    Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke won the 140th Open Championship at Royal St. George's, by three shots at 5-under 275. With that, he claimed the third spot in the 2011 PGA Grand Slam of Golf foursome.

    Sunday notebook: Garcia making most of his majors

    Sergio Garcia's summer of rediscovering his vintage form got even better on Sunday. Plus, three alternates finish in the top 10, Darren Clarke gets some advice on closing via text from Tiger Woods, and more.

    Happy home life behind Clarke's renaissance

    Darren Clarke hasn't looked so comfortable on the golf course in a decade. His father Godfrey credits Clarke's recent move back home to Portrush, Northern Ireland, as the main factor behind his resurgence.

    Open shows McIlroy isn't, yet, golf's crown prince

    Rory McIlroy is no doubt one of the hottest young stars the game has to offer, but as AP columnist John Leicester notes, we learned at the Open Championship that the young Ulsterman still has some things to work on.

    Amateur Lewis wins silver medal at Open Championship

    Tom Lewis, 20, earned the silver medal for low-amateur honors at the Open Championship on Sunday. Lewis, who is named after Tom Watson, played with his namesake in the first two days and was a first-round co-leader.