British Open final round foxsports Oct 20, 2016 at 5:01p ET Not Sergio's day Not only is this not the year Sergio Garcia wins the British Open, but he wasn't even in contention on Sunday. Too late Richard Sterne was making a nice run midway through the final round, but he was too far back for it to put him into serious contention. Better luck next year, kid While he didn't make a big splash, Irish phenom Rory McIlroy gained some valuable experience playing in the British Open. Here, he tries to end it on a positive note in the final round. Saving his best for last Darren Clarke winds up near the bottom of the leaderboard, but at least he finally broke par in the final round. Take a seat Crowds watch the action on the 12th green during the final round of the 138th Open Championship. Thanks, guys Chris Wood of England acknowledges the crowd on the 18th green after his 3 under par round of 67 during the final round of the British Open. No way! Richard S. Johnson of Sweden reacts to a putt during the final round. Sand wedge Stewart Cink hits out of a bunker on the 15th hole during the final round of the British Open. Rough time Tom Watson searches for his ball in the rough during a playoff following the final round of the British Open. Not his day Tom Watson reacts after missing a putt on the 13th hole. Crowd support The galleries were unfailingly supportive to Tom Watson. Final-hole frustration Tom Watson grimaces after missing a putt on the 18th green. Chin up Tom Watson tried to keep his emotions under control after coming in second. Pinch me Stewart Cink couldn't believe he had won his first major. Final handshake Stewart Cink is congratulated by Tom Watson on the 18th green after claiming victory in a playoff following the final round of the British Open. Well done, Stewart Despite his disappointment, Tom Watson applauded Stewart Cink for winning the British Open. Family time Stewart Cink celebrates his Open championship with wife Lisa and sons Connor and Reagan. I did it! Stewart Cink celebrates winning the playoff against Tom Watson on the 18th green on the final day of the British Open. Claret kiss Stewart Cink kisses the Claret Jug after his victory in a playoff against Tom Watson.