British Open glance

TROON, Scotland (AP) A look at the fourth round Sunday in the British Open at Royal Troon Golf Club:

WINNER: Henrik Stenson closed with a 63 to win by three shots.

LEFTY'S LAMENT: Runner-up Phil Mickelson shot a bogey-free 65 and still finished three shots behind. It was his 11th runner-up in a major.

RECORD BOOKS: Day set a major championship record at 264 and tied major records at 20 under and with a 63.

SHOT OF THE DAY: Stenson holed a 50-foot birdie putt at No. 15 for a two-shot lead with three holes to play.

BEST OF THE REST: J.B. Holmes closed with a 69 to finish third, 14 shots behind.

CONSOLATION PRIZE: Steve Stricker finished fourth, which will get him into the PGA Championship and next year's Masters and British Open.

CANCER SUVIVOR: England's Matthew Southgate shot 69 to secure a place in the top 15, a year after he underwent surgery for testicular cancer.

SWEDISH DELIGHT: Stenson is the first Swedish man to win a major. Four Swedish women have won LPGA majors, led by Annika Sorenstam's 10.

KEY STATISTIC: Stenson and Mickelson had a better-ball score of 59 in the final group.

NOTEWORTHY: This was the third time a major championship yielded two rounds of 63 for the week with Mickelson (first round) and Stenson (final round). The others were Riviera in the 1995 PGA Championship (Michael Bradley, Brad Faxon) and Royal St. George's in the 1993 British Open (Payne Stewart, Nick Faldo).

QUOTEWORTHY: ''A 65 in the final round of a major is usually good enough to win.'' – Mickelson.

NEXT YEAR: Royal Birkdale.