6 Things Learned from the 2013 Open Championship

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6 Things Learned from the 2013 Open Championship
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After four days of dazzling drama, Phil Mickelson surged to victory at the 142nd Open Championship at Muirfield following a phenomenal final round of 66.

The popular American claimed his first Claret Jug on an eventful day which saw Lee Westwood once again miss out on his elusive first major—despite holding a three-shot lead at one point on Sunday—while Tiger Woods once again came up short despite being in contention headed into the final round as he bids to end his five-year wait for his fifteenth major.

Here's six things we learned from the 2013 Open Championship.

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