Best Sports Illustrated photos from 2012 U.S. Open

1 of 26 Kohjiro Kinno / SI
Webb Simpson won the 2012 U.S. Open Sunday at the Olympic Club.
2 of 26 Kohjiro Kinno / SI
The USGA's Mike Davis removed an eager fan who interrupted the trophy presentation.
3 of 26 Al Tielemans / SI
Simpson carded a final-round score of two-under-par 68.
4 of 26 Fred Vuich / SI
Jim Furyk bogeyed the final hole and tied for fourth.
5 of 26 Fred Vuich / SI
Simpson won twice on the PGA Tour in 2011.
6 of 26 Fred Vuich / SI
The crowd at No. 18.
7 of 26 Robert Beck/ SI
Furyk, normally stoic on the course, showed his frustration a few times on Sunday.
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"One of my thoughts on the back nine was, 'I don't know how Tiger has won 14 of these things,'" Simpson said, "because the pressure -- I couldn't feel my legs most of the back nine."
9 of 26 Fred Vuich / SI
When Tiger birdied No. 8 on Sunday, he waved his ball into the cup with disgust because his day had already been ruined by four bogeys and a double.
10 of 26 Kohjiro Kinno / SI
Amateur Beau Hossler finished tied for 29th.
11 of 26 Al Tielemans / SI
Frederik Jacobson and Lee Westwood were in synch on Sunday.
12 of 26 John Biever / SI
By the time Tiger Woods reached 18 on Saturday, the light was glorious, but his score was not.
13 of 26 Al Tielemans / SI
Furyk shot 69 on Saturday.
14 of 26 John Biever / SI
Woods, who had been nearly flawless on Thursday and Friday, had trouble controlling his ball on Saturday.
15 of 26 John Biever / SI
16 of 26 Robert Beck / SI
Woods fell out of contention after shooting five-over 75 in the third round.
17 of 26 Fred Vuich / SI
Large crowds followed Woods and Furyk on Saturday.
18 of 26 Kohjiro Kinno / SI
John Peterson had a hole-in-one on No. 13 during the third round on Saturday.
19 of 26 John Biever / SI
Phil Mickelson shot 71 on Friday and barely made the cut.
20 of 26 Al Tielemans / SI
Hossler, 17, plans to play his college golf at Texas.
21 of 26 Al Tielemans / SI
Masters champ Bubba Watson shot 78-71 and missed the cut.
22 of 26 Kohjiro Kinno / SI
Jason Day finished tied for 59th.
23 of 26 Al Tielemans / SI
Mickelson got off to a rough start, shooting 76 on Thursday.
24 of 26 Al Tielemans / SI
Mickelson had to walk back to the ninth tee after his first shot of the tournament got stuck in a tree.
25 of 26 Al Tielemans / SI
Watson shot 78 Thursday.
26 of 26 Kohjiro Kinno / SI
Ryo Ishikawa missed the cut at nine over par.