Bryson DeChambeau won his first US Open on Sunday, overtaking Matthew Wolff, who came into the finals as the championship leader.
With the win, DeChambeau took home more than $ 2.2 million in prize money. He finished the tournament with 6 under par. It was the lowest number of points Winged Foot has ever achieved. He achieved his best result at the tournament so far in 2016 when he was 15th.
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Wolff also took home a considerable amount of change. He won more than $ 1
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DeChambeau, 27, kept pace with the leaders all weekend. He shot a 69 on the first lap, a 68 on the second lap and a 70 on the third lap to be within earshot of the lead on the final lap. He showed a brilliant performance and was able to surpass Wolff to take the win.
He finished the fourth round with a 67.
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The tournament was played on one of the toughest PGA courts – Winged Foot in Mamaroneck, NY. It was the first time since 2006 that the US Open was held there when Phil Mickelson extended his lead over Geoff Ogilvy in the closing stages of the fourth round.