survived a tough final day at Pebble Beach to win his first major championship.
2 of 15Kohjiro Kinno/SI
started the day with a three-shot lead, but he made a triple bogey on No. 2 and a double bogey on No. 3 to change the entire tournament.
3 of 15Fred Vuich/SI
Els made three more bogeys on the back nine to end any hope of winning a third U.S. Open title.
4 of 15John Biever/SI
was right in the mix all day, but he was undone by a double bogey on No. 10.
5 of 15John Biever/SI
Havret missed a putt for birdie on 18 to tie McDowell.
6 of 15Al Tielemans/SI
barely got into the U.S. Open, but he made the most of his opportunity. Playing with Tiger Woods on Sunday, Havret finished second after a final-round 72.
7 of 15Fred Vuich/SI
"All I had to do was shoot even par [on the back nine], and I'm in a playoff," Mickelson said. "I wasn't able to do it, obviously, it was tough."
8 of 15Fred Vuich/SI
rolled in a birdie on No. 1 to jump start his round, but he couldn't keep it going. Mickelson tied for fourth.
9 of 15Al Tielemans/SI
"I feel like I put some pieces together this week," Woods said. "It's a process. It's a long process, but I've put some of it together, and I hit some shots this week that I haven't hit in a long time."
10 of 15Al Tielemans/SI
never got in the hunt. Woods made six bogeys and two birdies to tie for fourth.
11 of 15Kohjiro Kinno/SI
McDowell, who's from Northern Ireland, became the first European to win the U.S. Open in 40 years.
12 of 15Kohjiro Kinno/SI
McDowell shot a three-over 74, but it was good enough for a one-shot victory.
13 of 15Fred Vuich/SI
McDowell's father was there to see his son win on Father's Day.
14 of 15Fred Vuich/SI
McDowell two-putted for par from 20 feet on 18 to clinch the win. "It's an absolute dream come true," he said. "I've dreamed of this all my life, two putts to win the U.S. Open."
15 of 15Kohjiro Kinno/SI
Johnson's meltdown continued the rest of the day. He shot an 82 to tie for eighth.