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The 2016 British Open is in the books. Thanks to a marvelous performance from Henrik Stenson, the big Swede has his first major. For 2016, Stenson is the Champion Golfer of the Year. For the rest of time, his name will be on the Claret Jug. With the week at Royal Troon complete, what are the takeaways from the 2016 Open Championship? 1. Henrik Stenson’s overwhelming performance For the fourth time in a row, a first-time major winner emerged victorious. Following in the footsteps of Jason Day, Danny Willett and Dustin Johnson, Henrik Stenson got the major championship monkey off of his back at the 2016 British Open. A major championship was one of the few achievements that had previously eluded Stenson. His performance was simply brilliant. After an opening round 63, Phil Mickelson looked like he might run away with the Claret Jug. Obviously, that did not happen. In the second round, Stenson counter-punched Lefty, firing a 65. The Swede then outplayed the 2013 Open champ over t...

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