2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay

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Jordan Spieth birdied the 18th hole to win the 2015 U.S. Open by one shot.
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It was Spieth's second major of his career.
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He has now won the first two majors of the season, halfway to the grand slam.
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Fans packed the grandstands surrounding the 18th green.
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The scene at 18.
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Dustin Johnson had an 11-foot eagle putt to win on the 18th hole. He missed, leaving him a short putt to force a Monday playoff.
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He missed that one as well, handing the trophy to Spieth.
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Another view of Johnson's short miss.
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Johnson's fiancee Paulina Gretzky and young son Tatum watched the final round.
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Spieth made a long birdie putt on the 16th hole to temporarily take a three-shot lead.
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Spieth hit into trouble on the 17th hole.
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The resulting double bogey, along with Dustin Johnson's birdie left the tournament tied heading to the final hole.
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Jordan Spieth putts on Sunday with Puget Sound in the background.
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Dustin Johnson took the solo lead early, forcing the other players to chase him for much of the day.
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Johnson during the final round.
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Jason Day continued battling for the lead and fending off vertigo on Sunday.
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Day during round 4.
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Day's biggest fans were back on the course.
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LPGA pro Natalie Gulbis was on site for the final round.
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World No. 1 Rory McIlroy during the final round.
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Through 13 holes, McIlroy was six under on the day and two under for the tournament.
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Some late bogeys doomed McIlroy's chances. He finished at even par.
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Branden Grace on Sunday.
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Jordan Spieth got off to a slow start in the final round.
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Spieth chats with his caddie Michael Greller before starting the final round.
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Louis Oosthuizen began the day three shots off the lead.
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Branden Grace on the first tee.
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J.B. Holmes during the final round.
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Jordan Spieth shot a one-over 71 to make it into a four-way tie for the lead heading into Sunday's final round.
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Despite battling vertigo, Jason Day shot a two-under 68 to tie for the lead at four under.
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Dustin Johnson had an up-and-down round that left him at four under for the tournament, even for the day.
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Branden Grace matched Johnson's 70 to remain at four under.
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A fire broke out at a building near the course on Saturday.
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36-hole co-leaders Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed shake hands before starting the third round.
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It's becoming a common occurrence to see Jordan Spieth in the final group at a major.
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Spieth made long birdie putts on the second and third holes.
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Patrick Reed on Saturday.
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Dustin Johnson walks to the first tee to begin his third round.
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Fans gathered on the course on Saturday.
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Ben Martin on the first tee.
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A TV camera on the course.
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Jason Day played the third round despite collapsing on his final hole on Friday.
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Day had many admirers in the galleries at Chambers Bay during the third round.
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USGA executive director Mike Davis on the course during round 3.
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J.B. Holmes on the first tee.
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Dustin Johnson battled for the lead all day on Friday, finishing one back at four under.
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Phil Mickelson shot a disappointing 74 to fall to three over.
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Spieth fired a three-under 67 to tie for the early lead through two rounds.
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On the 9th hole, his last of the day, Jason Day collapsed after experiencing dizziness.
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Medical personnel tended to Day in the fairway.
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Day struggled to finish the hole, ending up with a bogey and a round of 70.
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Woods followed up his opening-round 80 with a 76 and will miss the cut.
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The 4th green on Friday.
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The 7th fairway during the second round.
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Rickie Fowler played alongside Tiger Woods.
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Fowler on the second hole.
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Fowler on the par-3 9th hole.
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Shane Lowry shot an even-par 70 on Friday.
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Dustin Johnson fired a five-under 65 n the first round to tie for the early lead at Chambers Bay.
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Johnson on the 10th hole.
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Tiger Woods' recent struggles continued Thursday at the U.S. Open.
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Rory McIlroy was two over par on day one at the 2015 U.S. Open.
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Phil Mickelson started off hot and finished with a one-under 69.
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Defending champion Martin Kaymer was also two over on the day.
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Rickie Fowler was eight over through his first 10 holes.
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The 16th green on Thursday at Chambers Bay.
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Matt Kuchar shot a 67 to get near the top of the leaderboard.
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Adam Scott was even on Thursday.
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Patrick Reed was well positioned at four under.
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Despite two double bogeys, Bubba Watson shot a 70 in the first round.
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U.S. Amateur champion Gunn Yang struggled playing alongside McIlroy and Kaymer.
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Rory McIlroy was on the course Wednesday making final preparations for the U.S. Open.
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His first major victory came at the 2011 U.S. Open at Congressional.
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McIlroy already has four major victories in his young career.
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LPGA pro Morgan Pressel followed McIlroy inside the ropes on Wednesday.
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Pressel and McIlroy.
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This bunker at Chambers Bay -- so deep it requires stairs to enter and exit -- is known as "Chambers Basement."
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The calm before the storm.
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Hunter Mahan is still in search of his first major title.
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A train lumbers by as Mahan putts.
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Expectations are low for Tiger Woods this week at Chambers Bay due to his poor play in 2015.
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Woods spoke to the media on Tuesday.
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Woods played with Jordan Spieth on Tuesday.
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Jordan Spieth hits out of a bunker as Tiger Woods looks on.
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Spieth won the 2015 Masters in April.
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A lone douglas fir tree stands behind the 15th green.
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Rickie Fowler is looking for his first major win this week.
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Fowler won the Players Championship in May.
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Phil Mickelson speaks to the media on Tuesday.
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LPGA Tour star Natalie Gulbis watched Mickelson and Fowler's practice round on Tuesday.
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Branden Grace stuck in one of the giant waste bunkers at Chambers Bay.
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Adam Scott tees off during a practice round.
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Steve Williams came out of retirement to carry Scott's bag this week.
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Keegan Bradley during a practice round this week.
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Defending champion Martin Kaymer is looking for his third major title this week.
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Justin Rose won his first major at the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion.
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Woods hits a tee shot on Monday.
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Woods on Monday.
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Jason Day practices bunker shots on Monday with Tiger Woods looking on.
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A fan holds a U.S. Open flag covered in players' signatures.
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