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Bryson DeChambeau wins his second U.S. Open title

Bryson DeChambeau watches his shot during the LIV Golf Tournament held at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster^NJ. BEDMINSTER^NJ-AUGUST 12^ 2023

Bryson DeChambeau won his second U.S. Open title on Sunday at Pinehurst Resort & Country Club in Pinehurst, N.C., rallying to defeat rival Rory McIlroy to win the 2024 Open (per CNN.)

DeChambeau, who entered the day with a three-stroke lead on the field, was 1-over par over his final 18 holes and finished 6-under for the tournament. The No. 38 player in the world made two birdies and three bogeys and carded a final round one-over 71 to finish one stroke ahead of McIlroy at six-under overall and add to his first major victory in 2020.

DeChambeau claimed $4.3 million, the largest prize ever given to a major winner; and also became the 23rd golfer in history to win multiple U.S. Open crowns, including his initial victory in 2020. Hoisting the U.S. Open Champion Trophy on Father’s Day, DeChambeau dedicated the victory to his late father, Jon, who died in 2022. DeChambeau said: “Unfortunately my dad passed a couple years ago. This one is for him.”

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