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We’re all waking up this Monday morning to a new reality after the 148th Open Championship. No, not Shane Lowry being a major champion. Rather, we just saw the last men’s major of 2019.
The Open 2019: Shane Lowry, the talented ‘little fat lad with glasses’ to champion golfer of the year
Today, the spectacles have gone. And a beard has grown. But the talent so astutely identified by supercoach Peter Cowen is still there.
Shouts of “C’mon Sh-yane” segued to “Ole” chants at the 16th hole, the long par 3 called Calamity Corner, when Shane Lowry carved a low, long-iron left of the green and watched it peel back to the front edge.
A year ago, Shane Lowry sat in his car after the opening round of the Open Championship at Carnoustie and cried. A day later, he missed the cut.
There’s going to be one heckuva party in Northern Ireland tonight.
Shane Lowry found out just how special that walk was on Sunday at Royal Portrush, and it was extra special given the fact the Irishman was about to win the Open in Northern Ireland.
Shane Lowry just become the most popular man in all of Ireland by winning the 148th Open Championship. But there wasn’t a big celebration in his native country when he got married three years ago.
On the list of things that Shane Lowry was thinking about when he closed out his victory Sunday at the Open Championship, it’s unlikely this cracked the top 10.
Do you believe in destiny?