12 Oct '17, 7pm

Player 'sad' Old Course 'brought to her knees'

Ross Fisher's dazzling performance Sunday at the Home of Golf elicited plenty of cheers, but it also drew a pointed lament from a certain nine-time major champ. Fisher blistered the Old Course at St. Andrews during the final round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, shooting an 11-under 61 that broke the existing course record . The Englishman went out in 29 and added four straight birdies on Nos. 12-15 to give himself a chance to shoot a 59 on the oldest course in the world, but he signed for 61 after a three-putt from the Valley of Sin on No. 18. Fisher wasn't the only player going low, as Victor Dubuisson also briefly flirted with a new course record before a late bogey dropped him back to a 63. Fisher finished alone in second place, three shots behind Tyrrell Hatton who shot 24 under for the week across St. Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns. In the wake of Fishe...

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