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Matt Kuchar

Matt Kuchar fired a four-under 68 on Sunday at the U.S. Open to finish five-under and tied for 16th.


Kuchar nearly missed the cut after playing his first two rounds in a combined one-over, but the veteran turned things around throughout the weekend to post a backdoor top-20. He was seventh among the field in SG: putting, but just 64th in SG: off-the-tee. Kuchar now has four consecutive top-20 finishes, and he hasn't missed a cut since the Shell Houston Open in late March.

Charley Hoffman

Charley Hoffman shot a one-under 71 in the final round of the U.S. Open and finished in solo eighth.


Hoffman only made one mistake on Sunday, but it was a very costly one as he made an ugly triple bogey at the par-4 8th hole. Other than that, he made four birdies with no bogeys. Hoffman's 21 birdies for the week were the second-most in the field. He ranked seventh in SG: Tee-to-green, T4 in greens in regulation and T5 in putts per green in regulation for the week. Hoffman has showed the ability to contend early in majors the last few years, but has struggled to close with good rounds of the weekends. Hoffman will tee it up at the Travelers Championship next week where he finished second back in 2012.

Patrick Reed

Patrick Reed closed with a two-over 74 on Sunday at the U.S. Open to finish six-under and tied for 13th.


Reed's up-and-down week at Erin Hills included scores of 68-75-65-74 on the way to his best career finish at a U.S. Open. Thanks an abundance of chip-ins on Saturday, Reed led the field in SG: around-the-green, but he hit just 64 percent of his greens in regulation. He moved up two spots in the Official World Golf Ranking to No. 17, and he hasn't missed a cut since the Valero Texas Open in April. He'll be in the field for the upcoming Travelers Championship where he finished 11th last year.

Ricky Fowler

Rickie Fowler shot an even-par 72 in the final round of the U.S. Open and was forced to settle for a T5 at the U.S. Open.


After Fowler blitzed the course on Thursday with a 65, it appeared that the Oklahoma State alum was going to finally take home his first major championship. It just wasn't in the cards on Sunday for Fowler as he couldn't get any momentum going on a very windy day. He needed to strike the ball just a little better to challenge Brooks Koepka as Fowler ranked just T33 in GIR and T47 in fairways hit. This was his sixth top-five finish in a major as he continues to knock on the door. Fowler will not play at the Travelers Championship this week.

Justin Thomas

Justin Thomas carded a three-over 75 on Sunday at the U.S. Open to finish eight-under and tied for ninth.


Thomas' week at Erin Hills was highlighted by a tournament record 63 on Saturday when he posted nine birdies and an eagle to just two bogeys. He entered Sunday's round as a member of the final group alongside Brian Harman, but Thomas couldn't get much going as he made just one birdie and fell outside of the top five. He placed sixth among the field in terms of SG: tee-to-green and second in putts per GIR, moving up a spot to No. 12 in the Official World Golf Ranking. Thomas will be in the field for this week's Travelers Championship, where he finished third last year.

Bill Haas

Bill Haas closed with a three-under 69 on Sunday at the U.S. Open to finish in a tie for fifth place.


Haas never really was a contender for the victory all week, but made only four bogeys and put himself in position for a very nice top-five finish at the end of 72 holes. Haas hit over 80 percent of the greens this week, which ranked third-best in the field. On top of that he was fifth in SG: Tee-to-green and fifth in SG: Around-the-green. Haas moved into the top-25 in the FedEx Cup Standings with his 10th top-25 of the season. He will not play at the Travelers Championship next week.

Xander Schauffele shot a final round three-under 69 at the U.S. Open to finish in a tie for fifth place.


For a player making his first major appearance, Schauffele looked to be very comfortable all week. He was eighth in SG: Putting and 12th in SG: Tee-to-green. Schauffele also hit over 83 percent of the fairways and nearly 74 percent of the greens in regulation. This finish was good enough to ensure him a spot in next year's U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills. Schauffele unfortunately missed finishing inside the top-four by a single shot, which would have got him into next year's Masters Tournament. Schauffele will look to continue his solid play at the Travelers Championship next week.

Tommy Fleetwood

Tommy Fleetwood finished in fourth place at the U.S. Open at 11-under-par for the week.


Fleetwood once again showed he can compete on the biggest stages in the world. Unfortunately, he was unable to get any sort of a charge mounted on Brooks Koepka, who ran away with the U.S. Open down the stretch. It was still a fantastic week for the Englishman who finished fifth in SG: Putting and 11th in SG: Tee-to-green. If he keeps playing this solid in the big events he could take home a major sooner rather than later.

Hideki Matsuyama

Hideki Matsuyama fired a six-under 66 in the final round of the U.S. Open to move into a tie for second place, four shots back of Brooks Koepka.


Matsuyama's 66 was the low round of the day and one of the most impressive rounds you will see all year. The wind was whipping with gusts over 25 mph on Sunday, far and away more than the players had faced all week. Matsuyama finished the week first in SG: Tee-to-green and third in putts per GIR. The T2 this week was enough to push Matsuyama ahead of Jason Day and Rory McIlroy in the OWGR and move him into second behind only Dustin Johnson. It's hard to believe, but this is his first top-10 finish since his victory at the Waste Management Phoenix Open back in February. He will not play the Travelers Championship next week.

Brian Harman

Brian Harman battled to an even-par 72 on Sunday and finished in a tie for second place, four shots back of Brooks Koepka at the U.S. Open.


Harman held a one-shot lead entering the final round, but was never able to really get anything going on Sunday. He kept pace with Brooks Koepka for much of the final round before Koepka made three late birdies and Harman made a few bogeys down the stretch. Harman contended for the U.S. Open when nobody thought he'd be able to because Erin Hills played in excess of 7,800 yards and Harman is a shorter hitter. Harman ranked third in SG: Approach-to-green, fourth in SG: Tee-to-green, and T7 in greens in regulation. The Georgia alum has no reason to hang his head. He didn't lose the U.S. Open, he was simply beat by a more talented player. Harman now has posted five top-15 finishes in his last seven starts, which includes his win at the Wells Fargo Championship. He will look to continue his career year at the Travelers Championship next week.

Brooks Koepka

Brooks Koepka took home his first major championship at the U.S. Open and tied the tournament scoring record in relation to par at 16-under.


Koepka came into the final round just one shot back of 54-hole leader Brian Harman. Despite windy conditions on Sunday at Erin Hills, Koepka played a fantastic round of golf as he shot a five-under 67 with just one bogey. Koepka and Harman were tied for most of the final round, but the former broke away with three straight birdies on holes 14-16 down the stretch. He put on an absolute ball-striking clinic this week as he hit over 85 percent of the fairways and greens in regulation, normally an unfathomable feat at a U.S. Open. On top of how well he hit the ball, Koepka also finished third in SG: Putting. Many would say that Koepka has underachieved somewhat so far in his career, but a performance like this could open the flood gates for him to put up many more wins in the coming years.

Danny Willett

Danny Willett withdrew from the U.S. Open on Friday due to a back injury.


Willett shot the worst round of his professional career Thursday with a nine-over-par 81 at Erin Hills, and it looks as though it might have been due to the resurfacing of a back injury that kept him out of the PLAYERS Championship in early May. The exact severity of the injury is currently unknown, but Willett may elect to take extended time off in order to prevent another setback.

Padraig Harrington

Padraig Harrington, coming back from an elbow injury, is in line to compete in next week's Traveler's Championship, according to his personal Twitter account.


Harrington only had to miss two weeks after getting hit in the elbow during a coaching session. He said he was finally able to swing a wedge on Friday, so he has nearly a week to get back in form and put his swing to the test prior to Thursday's opening round.

Phil Mickelson

Michelson officially withdrew from the U.S. Open on Thursday morning.


Mickelson held out hope to the last second that he would be able to both attend his daughter's high school graduation and play in the U.S, Open, but with the weather in Wisconsin not causing any delays Thursday morning, he would not be able to make his scheduled tee time and thus removed his name from the field. Roberto Diaz will take his place in the tournament.

Martin Laird

Martin Laird qualified for the U.S. Open through sectional qualifying in Columbus, Ohio.


Laird will tee it up with Russell Knox and Scott Gregory (a) in the first two rounds at Erin Hills. It has actually been a pretty nice season for Laird who has made 13 of 16 cuts with six top-25's and four top-10's. He hasn't posted a top-10, however, since way back in February at the Genesis Open.

Dustin Johnson

Dustin Johnson will look to defend his U.S. Open title at Erin Hills this week.


The World No. 1 will play alongside 2014 U.S. Open Champ Martin Kaymer and 2015 U.S. Open Champ Jordan Spieth during the first two rounds. Johnson is coming off a shocking missed cut at the Memorial Tournament a couple weeks ago, but that should be of little concern. He had reeled off seven straight finishes inside the top-15 before that MC. Erin Hills is a perfect set up for Johnson as it will play close to 7,800 yards this week and the forecast calls for rain to make the course play even longer than that. DJ leads the PGA Tour in Driving distance, SG: Off-the-tee, Greens in regulation, and SG: Tee-to-green. That level of ball striking will be hard for anyone to top, especially at a U.S. Open.

Sergio Garcia

Sergio Garcia will play alongside Masters champions Bubba Watson and Adam Scott for the first two rounds at the U.S. Open.


Garcia will be one of the favorites at Erin Hills this week. Not just because he won the Masters and hasn't missed a cut in 16 starts, but because Erin Hills sets up well for his game. Garcia ranks second on the PGA Tour in SG: Off-the-tee and third in SG: Tee-to-green. There is no tournament where ball striking is more important than a U.S. Open. If he putts solidly like he did at Augusta earlier this season, Garcia may just notch his second career major.

Gene Sauers is in the field for the 117th U.S. Open at Erin Hills.


Sauers qualified for the U.S. Open after his victory at the 2016 U.S. Senior Open. He will play alongside Stewart Hagestad (a) and Chez Reavie for the first two rounds at Erin Hills. Sauers hasn't played in a major championship since the 2003 PGA Championship where he missed the cut. His last U.S. Open start was a T58 back in 1987.

Chris Wood

Chris Wood is in the field for the 117th U.S. Open at Erin Hills.


Wood made the field because he was inside the top 60 in the OWGR. He will play with Brandon Stone and Troy Merritt in the opening two rounds at Erin Hills. Wood has notched a pair of top-four finishes in his last three starts on the European Tour. He finished T23 at last year's U.S. Open.

Jordan Niebrugge is in the field for the U.S. Open at Erin Hills.


Niebrugge notched a spot in the field through sectional qualifying in Lakewood, Washington. He will be in the first group off of the first tee alongside Talor Gooch and Kevin Dougherty. His lone PGA Tour event this season was a MC at the Valero Texas Open. Niebrugge did finish T2 in a Canadian Tour a few weeks ago. He finished in a tie for sixth place at the Open Championship in 2015.