Browne claims Senior victory
Olin Browne captured the US Senior Open in Toledo, Ohio.
The 52-year-old finished three shots clear of Mark O’Meara to win his first Major.
His even-par 71 followed rounds of 64, 69 and 65 and left him at 15-under 269.
O'Meara, winner of the 1998 Masters and Open, drew level at the top of the leaderboard through eight holes but then made two costly bogeys.
"I guess from the middle of the back nine on it became a match-play situation, and I’ve got zero experience in match play," Browne said.
"But it's about putting your ball in play, keeping it out of the junk. The bottom line is minimise your mistakes, maximise your effort, and that’s all you can do."
Mark Calcavecchia shot a 69 and was alone in third at 273. Hale Irwin had a 68 and was another shot back along with Joey Sindelar (70).
Peter Senior (71) was at 275, with Corey Pavin (69) and Michael Allen (70) another stroke off the pace.
The group at 277 included Steve Pate (68), John Huston (69), Nick Price (70) and defending champion Bernhard Langer (70).