Tommy Fleetwood seeks to end American dominance of majors at British Open

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland — Two rounds of 63, made eight months apart and on different sides of the Atlantic, are fueling the belief that Tommy Fleetwood can end the American dominance of the majors at the British Open.

The first came at the Dunhill Links Championship in October when he broke the course record at Carnoustie, where the world’s oldest major will be staged this week.

Then came another in the final round of the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills last month, which propelled him to a stroke back of eventual winner Brooks Koepka.
Source: Sports