Collin Morikawa’s ambition has no limits after he sealed his second major with a flawless display on Sunday to win the British Open on debut. The American finished on 15 under par to hold off compatriot Jordan Spieth as a crowd of 32,000 spectators at Royal St George’s were treated to a titanic battle for the Claret Jug.
Those in attendance may look back on Morikawa’s performance as a landmark moment for the world number four, who now has a pair of major titles to his credit in just over two years as a professional.
“I just want more. When you’re in these moments and you love what you do and I love playing golf and competing against these guys, these are the best moments ever because the nerves push you to just be a better person,” said Morikawa, who will now look to win an Olympic gold medal in Tokyo. “I’ve had belief in myself since turning pro that I can do it. When it’s coming to these tournaments, courses and styles that I have never played, I do my homework Monday to Wednesday to know what I need to do.”
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