Cornish golfer Rhys Enoch completed his maiden US Open campaign at the weekend.

Truro-born Enoch scored seven-over-par over the four rounds to finish 71st in his third major competition and first stateside.

Enoch's other two major competitions outings have come on British shores in the Open, missing the cut on his major debut in 2014 before sealing a tied 56th finish at last year's tournament at Carnoustie.

The Welshman, who was born in the Duchy and plays at Truro, was in trouble after Thursday’s first round at Pebble Beach, when his seven-over-par round of 78 saw him near the bottom of the 156-man field and in serious danger of missing the cut.

But he produced a superb second round score on Friday, with his five-under-par round of 66 bettered only by leader Gary Woodland who shot 65.

He followed that up with a par third round on Saturday alongside 2018 Masters champion Patrick Reed to consolidate his position, before a five-over-par final round saw him finish 71st.

Twenty-three-year-old American Gary Woodland was the overall winner, scoring 13-under-par to win by three strokes from compatriot and defending champion Brooks Koepka and seal a maiden major title.