2017 US Open
The 2017 US Open took place at Erin Hills in Wisconsin from 15th- 18th June and the 117th edition of the tournament was won by Brooks Koepka, who equalled Rory McIlroy's record low score of 16-under-par in this event.
Rickie Fowler was in sublime form on Day One as he equalled the US Open record for lowest first round score in relation to par by scoring 65, leaving him one shot clear of Paul Casey and Xander Schauffele.
Casey continued to lead the way in the second round as he ended the day seven-under-par, leaving him in a four-way tie at the head of the leaderboard with Tommy Fleetwood, Brooks Koepka and Brian Harman. Fowler was just a shot further back in what was proving to be a very competitive tournament.
Brian Harman ended Day Three as clubhouse leader at twelve-under-par despite the fact Justin Thomas hit a historic round of 63, which tied the major championship record. Thomas also set the US Open record for lowest score in relation to par by going nine-under and the score left him in a share of second place with Koepka and Fleetwood. Fowler was just a shot further back at ten-under.
While others wilted, notably Fowler, Brooks Koepka was virtually flawless from the moment he birdied his first two holes and a final round of 67 ensured he would finish sixteen-under-par, four shots clear of Harman and Hideki Matsuyama.