Who said what at the British Open – .

Who said what at the British Open – .

Sandwich (United Kingdom) (AFP)

American Collin Morikawa scored a resounding triumph in his British Open debut on Sunday, winning with two shots from compatriot Jordan Spieth at 15 under.

AFP Sport takes a look at the best player sound clips after the 149th Open Championship final on Saturday:

” The secret ? Well, I never do that, but I’ve eaten a burger for four straight days, so my body is probably feeling it. I know my body is feeling it. “

– Champion Morikawa on the unusual diet that propelled him to the Claret Jug

“I walked in and said, is there something I can break? “

– Spieth on his fury after making a crucial bugy on the last two holes of his third round on Saturday

“It’s always a lot of fun, and I’ve always said it’s the only tournament a year where the fans know what a good shot is. “

– Quadruple major winner Brooks Koepka praised the return of 32,000 fans to Royal St. George’s

“I just learned of some of the names that were on the list for a silver medal, and I’m proud of myself to have been able to join her this week. That was the goal in coming here. “

– German Mattias Schmid won the silver medal for best amateur

“It’s probably going to take a while to learn all the ins and outs of Open golf. I don’t think I’ll ever figure it out. “

– Bryson DeChambeau did not accept the British Open with as much kindness as Morikawa with his tie for 33rd place in his best result in four attempts

“Golf is funny. I feel like I probably didn’t play as well as yesterday and shot seven less well. “

– Veteran Sergio Garcia sees the bright side after finishing four under

“I will always smile because I gave everything. I finished really strong and gave myself the best possible chance. “

– Jon Rahm’s late charge came too late as the world number two finished tied for third place.


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