2016 US Open
The 116th US Open was held at the Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania in 2016 and Dustin Johnson claimed his maiden major title after going so close on several occasions previously.
Dangerous weather conditions ensured that the first round had to be completed on the Friday and Andrew Landry, who was ranked 624th in the world, took the lead when play was eventually completed as he went round in 66 - one shot clear of Dustin Johnson and Lee Westwood.
There were further delays on Day Two due to darkness but Dustin Johnson did manage to complete his round before Landry completed his one the Saturday morning. Johnson completed the round one shot clear of Landry.
It was another interrupted third round and eventually Shane Lowry moved four shots clear of the field with a stunning 65 and he stood on the verge of a maiden major success.
However, a visibly nervous Lowry faltered on the final day with a disappointing final round of 76 that ensured he had to settle for a share of second place, with Dustin Johnson holding his nerve despite controversially being penalised for having made his ball move when he addressed it. He still finished three shots clear to win his first major title.