The Open 2013: The story of Phil Mickelson's winning round

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The story of Mickelson's winning round

BBC golf experts Peter Alliss, Ken Brown and Mark James analyse how Phil Mickelson came from five strokes back to clinch his first Open title and fifth major on the final day of The 2013 Open at Muirfield.

The 43-year-old American hit a stunning 66 to triumph by three shots from Sweden's Henrik Stenson, saying afterwards that he had played "arguably the best round" of his career.

Mickelson, who won the Masters in 2004, 2006 and 2010 and the US PGA in 2005, continues the list of illustrious former champions at Muirfield, which includes such greats of the game as Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino, Tom Watson, Nick Faldo (twice) and Ernie Els, who was defending champion this week.

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