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Brooks Koepka pulls off stunning win at US Open

United States' golfer Brooks Koepka won his first major title after scoring five-under 67 in the final round for a four-stroke win at the US Open in Erin Hills here on Sunday.

Koepka, who came out to play the fourth day tied for second place with Englishman Tommy Fleetwood and American Justin Thomas and a stroke behind his compatriot Brian Harman, made six birdies on the day to take his total to 16-under 272.


Brian Harman takes narrow lead into Final Round of US Open

Brian Harman (five-under 67) of the United States ended the third round of the US Open at Erin Hills, Wisconsin, on Saturday atop the leaderboard on 12-under 204 total, one shot ahead of compatriots Justin Thomas (63), and Brooks Koepka (68) and England's Tommy Fleetwood (68).

Thomas became the first man to shoot nine-under score in the history of the US Open. His third round featured six birdies and an eagle (par-five 18th) and two bogeys.


Harman, Koepka, Casey and Fleetwood locked for the lead at US Open

The United States' Brian Harman and Brooks Koepka, and England's Paul Casey and Tommy Fleetwood shared the lead at the 117th US Open golf championship at the close of the second round at Erin Hills  on Friday.

The four leaders, Harman (two-under 70), Koepka (70), Casey (71) and Fleetwood (70) ended the day on a total of seven-under 137, although the narrow field at the end of the second day promises an unpredictable weekend.


Rickie Fowler grabs early lead at US Open

US golfer Rickie Fowler got off to a blistering start on Thursday at the US Open, firing a seven-under 65 that tied a record for the lowest opening-round score in relation to par at that major championship. The 28-year-old from Murrieta, California, carded seven birdies to lead by one stroke at the end of the first round. Englishman Paul Casey and Xander Schauffele of the US shared the second spot.

One shot behind the pair were Brian Harman and Brooks Koepka of the US and England's Tommy Fleetwood.


Jeunghun Wang qualifies for U.S. Open

Asian Tour’s rising star Jeunghun Wang has earned a maiden appearance at next month’s U.S. Open which will complete a personal milestone of featuring in all four Majors.

The 21-year-old Korean was amongst 27 players who earned exemptions into the year’s second Major championship at Erin Hills, Wisconsin from June 15 to 18, 2017 by being in the top-60 of the Official World Golf Ranking as of Monday. 


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