he was joined by edcar martinez and mike messina. >> thank you to my mom for convincing me to get back on my bike and go back to that first practice. for washing my stuff, for making me lunch and for finally allowing me to stop taking piano lessons because it just wasn't working out. >>> there is a party in ireland. they're all drinking from the jug, especially the guy that owns. shane lowry remained calm as he entered with his daughter iris. sunday was the toughest round by far of the week. matthew fitzpatrick couldn't wait for it to be over. he finished tied for 20th. hernick had a frustrating day of his own. and he needs a new golf club. you get fined for that by the way. back to lowry, it wasn't as impressive as saturday's opening round. didn't need to be. 12 groups finished under par today. there was so little drama on the back 9 that when lowry was making the triumphant walk up to 18, his name was already making its way on the jug. he joins herrington as the only players from ireland to win a major. >> i still can't believe it's happening to me. i can't believe this is me. i can'
messina who played at stanford as well. >>> 50 years ago this weekend astronauts landed on the moon. first time in history. it's a moment captured -- it captured the attention of the world. ktvu's doug luzader joining us live from the smithsonian air and space museum in washington where there is a replica of the apollo 11 lunar lander on display. good morning, doug. >> reporter: good morning. the lunar lander here has taken on new significance as we recognize this extraordinary achievement human history. the thundering launch, the incredible perspective as apollo 11 accelerated and then made its way out of earth's atmosphere, bound for destiny and then the long wait as three pioneering astronauts risked it all to push the boundaries of mankind. 50 years later one of them will still tell you what they knew was at stake. >> we felt the weight of the world on our shoulders. we knew that everyone would be looking at us, friend or foe. >> reporter: michael collins crewed the orbiting command module while they made the short hop down to the moon. even that was filled with tension and last
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