James Corrigan of the Telegraph on Rory McIlroy's celebratory Sunday that rolled into Monday.
It included some high profile participants and a use of the Claret Jug as a jug:
McIlroy celebrated winning his third major – which also happened to be, uniquely, his third different major – in an appropriate fashion for a 25-year-old on Sunday evening/Monday morning. After all the media commitments and socialising with the members and staff of Royal Liverpool and the R&A alike, McIlroy did not leave the course until 9.30pm.
A quick dinner at the rented house he shared with his parents, Gerry and Rosie, and friends including his ‘bestest’, Harry Diamond, and it was into an exclusive Liverpool nightclub where he met up Justin Rose and Jordan Spieth. It was there where the 30-strong group had their fun with the jug, substituting claret with the German liqueur popular on the younger scene.
Alex Myers at The Loop on Rory's history with the dark spirit in question.
Phil Mickelson recently admitted to using the jug as a decanter for some rather pricey wine.