Paul Dunne admits he is disappointed by his final round at the Open Championship yesterday.
The Greystones amateur held a share of the lead heading into the final day at St. Andrews, but he carded a round of 78 to end up on 6 under par, 9 shots off winner Zach Johnson.
Despite his whirlwind week, Dunne admits he’s not happy with how his final day went:
Padraig Harrington also had a disappointing round.
The Rathfarnham-man was just 2 shots off the lead heading into the final day.
He also briefly held a share of the lead on the front 9 of his final round.
But his challenge fell apart, as he carded a round of 75, to finish on 7 under par.
The two-time Open Champ felt his putting let him down:
Zach Johnson took home the Claret Jug, coming out on top after a 4-hole playoff against Louis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman.
They'd all finished on 15 under par.
It's Johnson's second major, after winning the Masters in 2007.
The American was honoured to win the Open at St. Andrews:
Johnson also says it's not the be all and end all: