Gary Woodland shot a final-round 69 to claim his maiden major at the U.S. Open.
The 35-year old Kansas native finished his final day at Pebble Beach Golf Links with two bogeys offset by four birdies, highlighted by a long-bomb for birdie on the final hole, to post a 13-under par total, three clear of Brooks Koepka (68).
For his fourth career PGA Tour win, Woodland earned $2,250,000 and 600 FedExCup points, while also picking up 100 OWGR points. He will move from No. 25 to 12th in the world rankings – his best career position.
Runner-up Koepka, who has now finished 1-2-1-2 in his last four major starts, earned $1,350,000 and 60 big OWGR points – essentially on par with what the winner of a top-tier PGA Tour event is awarded.
Final Scores, Money & Points: U.S. Open
Pebble Beach Golf Links | Pebble Beach, CA | June 13-16, 2019
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