On an unforgettable Sunday in July, Phil Mickelson finally lifted the Claret Jug after 20 appearances in the game's most historic major.
The sun-baked course at Muirfield was rock hard, fearsomely difficult and should have been alien to the left-hander from California. Instead, in the balmy Scottish weather he thrived.
'The Greatest Walk' retells the story of an intriguing week that served to enhance Muirfield's deserved reputation for identifying the best.
With special interviews of those most deeply involved, and exclusive footage from an event that will live long in the memory, the DNA of one of sport's most captivating dramas is revealed.
Tiger Woods threatened to end his major drought, a fun loving 49 year-old led at halfway and Adam Scott came close to redemption.
Going into the closing round, Lee Westwood looked set to prevail but, when it mattered most, Mickelson delivered a rare brand of excellence to finally prove his mastery over links golf.
Many believed that becoming Open Champion was beyond the popular American, yet after producing what he described as “by far the best round l ever played" Mickelson proved his doubters
wrong. As he strode up the 18th fairway, the Claret Jug almost in his hands, he could enjoy the moment; he could experience ‘The Greatest Walk’.
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