When you sink a pressure-packed 40-foot birdie putt in the final round, there's little else you need do to announce your arrival as an important player on the PGA Tour. But Louis Oosthuizen did more. His solid play, long drives, and accurate putts over the entire tournament had him dominating more famous hitters on the Old Course at St. Andrews in Scotland. The 139th British Open Golf Championship was his to loose all weekend, and the Claret Jug was in his hands at the end. It was Oosthuizen's first Major win. Course workers clear water from the first and 18th fairway during the first round July 15. Play is suspended in the afternoon due to high winds on day two July 16. Louis Oosthuizen is congratulated by his wife Nel-Mare and daughter Jana on the 18th green after winning the 139th British Open Golf Championship at St Andrews in Scotland July 18.