Cameron Smith sealed his 150th British Open win with a spectacular final round 64

Cameron Smith angler must have thought he had to catch a Great White if he wanted to conquer the Old Course at St. Andrews to win his 150th Open Championship game.

Smith, on the other hand, was the guy with the skinny mullet who hails from Down Under and didn't scare anyone despite a resume

In "Jaws" it was 30 feet and three tons of him, who kept most of his peers on edge for the first three days,

finished the third round as one of the leaders with Viktor Hovland and four shots ahead of him.

And despite the lion's share of the massive galleries in McIlroy's corner, Smith flipped the script and outplayed McIlroy 50 years

And it wasn't just any Great White terrorizing the fields. It was Rory McIlroy, the undisputed fan favorite,

Arnold Palmer to win the Open at the Home of Golf in his 100th year. and to all others to add a claret jug to his mantle.