Shocking. Absolutely shocking.
Needing a birdie to send the 115th U.S. Open into a playoff, Dustin Johnson 3-putted, allowing Jordan Spieth to win his second-consecutive major.
Spieth, who won the Masters in April, birdied the par-5 18 to go to 5-under for the tournament. Johnson was the following group and put himself in position for an eagle, but he missed. His short birdie attempt was pushed right and Spieth claimed the title.
Spieth finished at 5-under 275, a stroke ahead of Johnson and Louis Ooshuizen (-4).
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U.S. Open Final Scores & Leaderboard
Jordan Spieth … 5-under 275 (Sunday -1)
Louis Oosthuizen … 4-under 276 (Sunday -3)
Dustin Johnson … 4-under 276 (Sunday EVEN)
Adam Scott … 3-under 277 (Sunday -6)
Cameron Smith … 3-under 277 (Sunday -2)
Branden Grace … 3-under 277 (Sunday +1)
Charl Schwartzel … 2-under 278 (Sunday -4)
Brandt Snedeker … 1-under 279 (Sunday -2)
Jason Day … EVEN 280 (Sunday +4)
Rory McIlroy … EVEN 280 (Sunday -4)
Shane Lowry … EVEN 280 (Sunday +1_
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