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‘Hurts a little worse to come up one shot short’: Young

The American World No.32 scorched around St. Andrews to card an opening 64 and lead The Open on his first appearance at the tournament.

Many people expected Young to struggle to cope with the pressure of being on a leaderboard packed with some of the biggest names in the sport.

But the 25-year-old hung in with rounds of 69 and 71 before eagling the last hole on Sunday to complete a superb 65 and finish runner-up to Australian Cameron Smith.

“I gave myself a really nice chance,” Young told reporters.

“If you lose by eight you don’t really care. But I played well today. And I would have signed up for 65 this morning.” – Cameron Young.

“Frustrating to come up short. But overall I think I had a really good week. And I think I hung in there really well today.

“It probably hurts a little worse to come up one shot short. If you lose by eight you…

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