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Xander Schauffele looks like golf's next star after runner-up finish at British Open

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland - Xander Schauffele is moving closer to a major championship, and with head-spinning speed, but that provided little solace to him Sunday. Schauffele was dealing with the disappointment of a runner-up finish to Francesco Molinari in the British Open at Carnoustie.

Despite having a share of the lead down the stretch, Schauffele went bogey-par in the final two holes to Molinari's par-birdie, and that proved the two-stroke difference. Schauffele finished tied with Justin Rose, Rory McIlroy and Kevin Kisner.

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