A glance at the final round of the British Open

              Spectators clamber on to and on top of a scoreboard as they vie to get a glimpse of Ireland's Shane Lowry and England's Tommy Fleetwood as they play during the final round of the British Open Golf Championships at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland, Sunday, July 21, 2019. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)

PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland (AP) — A glance at the final round of the British Open at Royal Portrush:

WINNER: Ireland’s Shane Lowry, who shot a final round 1-over 72 for 269.

NOT CLOSE: Tommy Fleetwood had a final-round 74 and was second, six shots behind.

MAJOR FINISH: Brooks Koepka finished tied for fourth, and was inside the top 10 for all four majors this year.

NOTEABLE: It was the first time a winner shot an over-par round at the British Open since Tom Lehman shot 73 at Royal Lytham & St. Annes in 1996.

NOTED: The win by the 33rd-ranked Lowry ended a streak of 11 straight majors with a winner in the top 25 of the world ranking.

CONSOLATION PRIZE: By tying for fourth, Lee Westwood will receive an invitation to the Masters after missing the last two. Scotland’s Robert McIntyre, a qualifier for this Open, will play next year after finishing tied for sixth.

NEXT: The Open will be at Royal St. Georges next year.

QUOTABLE: “He kept on my back all day, kept talking to me, he kept in my ear. I kept on telling him how nervous I was, how scared I was, how much I didn’t want to mess it up.” — Lowry, talking about his caddie, Bo Martin.