2001 U.S. Open Winner and Results

The 2001 U.S. Open was the 101st one played, and an 18-hole playoff was required to settle it.

Winner: Retief Goosen, 276

Where it was played: Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tournament dates: June 14-18, 2001

Leader after first round: Retief Goosen, 66

Leader after second round: Retief Goosen, J.L. Lewis and Mark Brooks, 136

Leader after third round: Stewart Cink and Retief Goosen, 205

Notable Notes: This is the tournament where Tiger Woods' run of four consecutive wins in majors ended. Retief Goosen was the winner in an 18-hole playoff over Mark Brooks. Goosen should have won in regulation, but missed a 2-foot par putt on the 72nd hole to fall into a tie (both Brooks and Goosen 3-putted the 72nd green). In the playoff, Goosen took a 3-stroke lead through nine holes and wound up winning by two strokes.

Final Scores

Retief Goosen 66-70-69-71—276
Mark Brooks 72-64-70-70—276
Stewart Cink 69-69-67-72—277
Rocco Mediate 71-68-67-72—278
Tom Kite 73-72-72-64—281
Paul Azinger 74-67-69-71—281
Vijay Singh 74-70-74-64—282
Angel Cabrera 70-71-72-69—282
Davis Love 72-69-71-70—282
Kirk Triplett 72-69-71-70—282
Phil Mickelson 70-69-68-75—282
Tiger Woods 74-71-69-69—283
Matt Gogel 70-69-74-70—283
Michael Allen 77-68-67-71—283
Sergio Garcia 70-68-68-77—283
Scott Hoch 73-73-69-69—284
Chris DiMarco 69-73-70-72—284
David Duval 70-69-71-74—284
Chris Perry 72-71-73-69—285
Corey Pavin 70-75-68-72—285
Mike Weir 67-76-68-74—285
Scott Verplank 71-71-73-71—286
Thomas Bjorn 72-69-73-72—286
Mark Calcavecchia 70-74-73-70—287
Steve Lowery 71-73-72-71—287
Hal Sutton 70-75-71-71—287
Olin Browne 71-74-71-71—287
Joe Durant 71-74-70-72—287
Tom Lehman 76-68-69-74—287
Jesper Parnevik 73-73-74-68—288
Steve Jones 73-73-72-70—288
Bob Estes 70-72-75-71—288
Dean Wilson 71-74-72-71—288
Darren Clarke 74-71-71-72—288
Gabriel Hjertstedt 72-74-70-72—288
Padraig Harrington 73-70-71-74—288
J.L. Lewis 68-68-77-75—288
Bob May 72-72-69-75—288
a-Bryce Molder 75-71-68-74—288
Shaun Micheel 73-70-75-71—289
Tim Herron 71-74-73-71—289
Bernhard Langer 71-73-71-74—289
Briny Baird 71-72-70-76—289
Kevin Sutherland 73-72-73-72—290
Tom Byrum 74-72-72-72—290
Toshimitsu Izawa 69-74-74-73—290
Fred Funk 78-68-71-73—290
Jeff Maggert 69-73-72-76—290
Brandel Chamblee 72-71-71-76—290
Duffy Waldorf 75-68-69-78—290
Eduardo Romero 74-72-72-73—291
Mark Wiebe 73-72-74-73—292
Jimmy Walker 79-66-74-73—292
Colin Montgomerie 71-70-77-74—292
Jose Coceres 70-73-75-74—292
Bob Tway 75-71-72-74—292
Scott Dunlap 74-70-73-75—292
Hale Irwin 67-75-74-76—292
Brandt Jobe 77-68-71-76—292
Frank Lickliter II 75-71-70-76—292
Loren Roberts 69-76-69-78—292
Tim Petrovic 74-71-75-73—293
Dudley Hart3 71-73-74-75—293
Richard Zokol 72-71-74-76—293
Jim Furyk 70-70-71-82—293
Dan Forsman 75-71-77-71—294
Ernie Els 71-74-77-72—294
Harrison Frazar 73-73-76-72—294
David Toms 71-71-77-75—294
David Peoples 73-73-72-76—294
Peter Lonard 76-69-70-79—294
Franklin Langham 75-71-75-74—295
Nick Faldo 76-70-74-75—295
Anthony Kang 74-72-77-73—296
Gary Orr 74-72-74-76—296
Thongchai Jaidee 73-73-72-78—296
Mathias Gronberg 74-69-74-79—296
Jim McGovern 71-73-77-76—297
Stephen Gangluff 74-72-78-77—301

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