Final Round of the British Open

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Final Round of the British Open Ireland's Padraig Harrington won his second-straight Claret Jug on Sunday by four strokes.
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Ian Poulter quietly moved into contention with three birdies in his final round. He left himself a medium length par putt on the 18th green to take a temporary lead in the clubhouse.
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Poulter sunk the putt to finish at seven over par, which was eventually good for second place.
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Amateur Chris Wood looked to be making a move toward the lead after two birdies on the front nine.
5 of 22 Bob Martin/SI
The 20-year-old, playing in his first major championship, shot three-over 39 on the back to finish with 72, 10 over for the tournament and in a tie for fifth. He was the low amateur in the tournament.
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Henrik Stenson shot a final-round 71 to to finish T3 with Norman.
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K.J. Choi, who started the day one stroke off the lead, quickly fell out of contention with six bogeys on the front nine.
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Choi closed his round with an 8 on the par-4 18th. He finished at 13 over par.
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Anthony Kim's first major victory was still within reach at the turn as he kept close to the lead at eight over par.
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Kim, here in the rough on No. 11, ended his round with three-straight bogeys to finish at 12 over par, nine strokes off the lead.
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This was Harrington's first win since the British Open last year and it moved him to the top of Europe's Ryder Cup standings.
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Norman showed signs off life with a birdie on the par-5 15th hole, but couldn't catch Harrington. He closed the tournament with a final-round 77.
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Greg Norman, who started the day with the lead, couldn't keep his momentum going in the final round. He finished in a tie for third place.
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Norman, 53, found himself in the bunker on the first hole. He bogeyed, and the next two, to drop from the lead.
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Defending champion Harrington got off to a more steady start with pars on the first six holes.
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Norman, who found himself in the rough after hitting driver off the tee, bogeyed again on the sixth hole.
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Large crowds followed the final pairing of Norman and Harrington.
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Harrington temporarily gave up the lead at the turn, bogeying Nos. 7, 8 and 9.
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As Harrington was resetting his ball on the 10th green and picking up his marker, the wind shifted the ball a few inches to the left. A rules official determined he could hit it where it came to rest.
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Fans from Norman's native Australia cheered on Sunday.
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The Shark just missed a birdie putt on the 11th hole that would have given him the lead.
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England's Ross Fisher dropped down the leaderboard with a quadruple bogey on the par-4 18th hole. He finished at 16 over par.