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Henrik Stenson holed out for birdie at the last to win his first major at The Open on a breathtaking final afternoon at Royal Troon on Sunday. Tzu-Wei Lin Red Sox Jersey . The Swede started the day one shot clear of Mickelson and recovered from a bogey at the first to produce a stunning major-championship record-equalling round of 63, eight under par. Final leaderboard The 145th Open His effort featured 10 birdies and took him to a 20-under total to finally win his first major by a three-stroke margin with the lowest overall score in Open history. He also became the first Scandinavian man to win a major and the first player from continental Europe to lift the Claret Jug since Seve Ballesteros in 1988. But the 40-year-olds winning putt on the last took nerves of steel as he holed a monster 20-foot birdie putt to bring a fitting end to an astonishing day.You saw Phils putt, it was a couple of revolutions from going in and then you know you got a two-putt so I tried to leave that one short, but when its your day you might as well do it, Stenson said at The Sky Cart. Best of the Open Zone Dustin Johnson features in the best from The Open Zone at Royal Troon Stensons 72-hole total of 264 beat the best in any major set by David Toms in the 2001 US PGA and was three lower than the previous Open record set by Greg Norman at Sandwich in 1993. Watch The Ryder Cup from Hazeltine live on Sky Sports - your proud new home of The Open Also See: How Stenson won the Open... OPEN ZONE: Best of the week The Open leaderboard Five of the best 63s Denyi Reyes Red Sox Jersey . PAUL, Minn. Tim Wakefield Jersey . Kuznetsov, who was selected by the Capitals in the first round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, has been playing for his hometown team Chelyabinsk Traktor of the KHL. .ca presents a week long look at some of the teams and stories that will shape the up coming campaign. NEW YORK -- Curtis Granderson had a lot to live up to when he signed a $60 million, four-year contract with the Mets in the off-season. For much of this year, though, its been a struggle for the three-time All-Star after moving across town. He came through on Monday night, hitting a tying triple off former-Met LaTroy Hawkins and scored two pitches later on Wilmer Flores sacrifice fly to give New York a 3-2 win that stopped the Colorado Rockies four-game winning streak. Things may be looking up for Granderson, who has seven RBIs over his last four games -- hitting .400 during that stretch. Manager Terry Collins believes that the pressure of changing leagues and trying to fulfil a big contract may have gotten to him for a good portion of the season. "It is a little different game, different pitchers and a lot of other things he is not used to," Collins said. "He is swinging the bat good right now and that is good for us." After Lucas Dudas RBI double in the first, Jordan Lyles, Tommy Kahnle, Brooks Brown and Christian Friedrich pitched shutout ball through the eighth. Travis dArnaud doubled leading off the ninth against Hawkins (3-3), who blew a save for the third time in 25 chances. Grandersons triple past right fielder Charlie Blackmon scored pinch-runner Eric Young Jr. Granderson then scored easily ahead of Drew Stubbs off-line throw on Flores fly to centre. Carlos Torres (7-5) pitched a perfect ninth for the Mets, who wore camouflage jerseys as they started a 10-game homestand. Michael Cuddyer tied the score in the second with his seventh home run. Activated before the game, Cuddyer had been on the disabled list since Aug. 24 because of a strained left hamstring, his third DL stint this season. "I was able to get a good pitch to hit and fortunately I didnt miss it," said Cuddyer. Nolan Arenado homered off Vic Blacks changeup on an 0-2 pitch leading off the eighth for a 2-1 lead. "I just threw a bad breaking ball to a guy that is a good hitter," said Black. Mets starter Jonathon Niese allowed one run and eight hits in 6 2-3 innings, struck out seven and walked one. His curveball was hit or miss at times, but the 6-foot-3 left-hander made pitches when he needed to. Mookie Betts Red Sox Jersey. "There was some that were good and some that were not so good," said Niese. "Fortunately the good ones I was able to get outs on, and the bad ones they did not crush like they probably should have." Lyles gave up one run and three hits in six innings. Mets centre fielder Juan Lagares ran into left-centre and extended to make an outstanding backhand catch to rob Arenado of an extra-base hit with a runner on in the first. Kahnle, a 25-year-old rookie from Latham, New York, pitched a perfect seventh for Colorado. TRAINERS ROOM Rockies: C Wilin Rosario, activated Sunday after a stint on the DL caused by left wrist inflammation, pinch hit in the seventh and remained in the game at catcher. He was 0 for 2. "Im going to ease him in this series," Rockies manager Walt Weiss said before the game. "I look at his situation a little bit different as a catcher." ... Blackmon and 1B Justin Morneau, who leads the NL with a .316 batting average, were not in the starting lineup. "Theyve been going at it pretty good," Weiss said. "It seemed like a good time to give them a day." Mets: 2B Daniel Murphy (strained right calf) is expected to be activated from the 15-day DL on Tuesday, according to Mets general manager Sandy Alderson. UP NEXT Rockies: Rookie RHP Christian Bergman (2-2) starts Tuesday and will be looking to win for the third time in four outings since returning from a broken left hand on Aug. 24. Mets: RHP Jacob deGrom (7-6) faces Colorado for the first time. He has not allowed an earned run in 14 innings. EXTRA, EXTRA The Mets had six hits in the game, all for extra bases, marking the first time in franchise history that they had five or more hits and no singles. KEEPING SCORE According to the Elias Sports Bureau, tonights matchup was Howie Karpins 900th regular season game as official scorer -- dating back to September 13, 1998, at Yankee Stadium. A long-time fixture in New York-area press boxes, Karpin has also been the official scorer for three World Series games as well as the 2013 All-Star Game held at Citi Field. ' ' '

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