Lewis finishes as low amateur

Amateur Tom Lewis wins silver medal at British Open

Tom Lewis of England finished as the leading amateur in the British Open on Sunday, capturing the silver medal and completing a memorable week at Royal St. George's.

The 20-year-old Lewis, who was co-leader with Denmark's Thomas Bjorn after the first round, shot a 4-over 74 in his final round for an aggregate score of 9 over.

Peter Uihlein of the United States, the only other amateur to make the cut, was three strokes behind Lewis after a last-round 75. The 21-year-old US amateur champion won the bronze medal.

Three other amateurs missed the cut on Friday.

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