2007 U.S. Open Winner and Scores

The 2007 U.S. Open was the 107th one played, but the first one won by a golfer from South America.

Winner: Angel Cabrera, 285

Where it was played: Oakmont Country Club, Oakmont, Pennsylvania

Tournament dates: June 14-17, 2007

Leader after first round: Nick Dougherty, 68

Leader after second round: Angel Cabrera, 140

Leader after third round: Aaron Baddeley, 212

Notable Notes: Angel Cabrera won his first major, and also captured the U.S. Open for the first time by a South American golfer. Cabrera trailed by four entering the third round, but shot 69 to win by one stroke at 5-over par for the tournament.

Cabrera bogied the 16th and 17th holes of the final round, reducing his lead to one, with Tiger Woods and Jim Furyk chasing him. Furyk tied the lead after 16, but bogied the 17th. And neither Woods nor Furyk could birdie the final hole to tie.

Final Scores

Angel Cabrera 69-71-76-69—285
Jim Furyk 71-75-70-70—286
Tiger Woods 71-74-69-72—286
Niclas Fasth 71-71-75-70—287
David Toms 72-72-73-72—289
Bubba Watson 70-71-74-74—289
Nick Dougherty 68-77-74-71—290
Scott Verplank 73-71-74-72—290
Jerry Kelly 74-71-73-72—290
Justin Rose 71-71-73-76—291
Stephen Ames 73-69-73-76—291
Paul Casey 77-66-72-76—291
Lee Janzen 73-73-73-73—292
Hunter Mahan 73-74-72-73—292
Steve Stricker 75-73-68-76—292
Aaron Baddeley 72-70-70-80—292
Carl Pettersson 72-72-75-74—293
Tim Clark 72-76-71-74—293
Jeff Brehaut 73-75-70-75—293
Anthony Kim 74-73-80-67—294
Mike Weir 74-72-73-75—294
Vijay Singh 71-77-70-76—294
Ken Duke 74-75-73-73—295
Brandt Snedeker 71-73-77-74—295
Nick O'Hern 76-74-71-74—295
Camilo Villegas 73-77-75-71—296
Boo Weekley 72-75-77-72—296
J.J. Henry 71-78-75-72—296
Stuart Appleby 74-72-71-79—296
Pablo Martin 71-76-77-73—297
Peter Hanson 71-74-78-74—297
Fred Funk 71-78-74-74—297
D.J. Brigman 74-74-74-75—297
Charl Schwartzel 75-73-73-76—297
Graeme McDowell 73-72-75-77—297
Lee Westwood 72-75-79-72—298
Shingo Katayama 72-74-79-73—298
Mathew Goggin 77-73-74-74—298
Jeev Milkha Singh 75-75-73-75—298
Ian Poulter 72-77-72-77—298
Tom Pernice Jr. 72-72-75-79—298
Kenneth Ferrie 74-76-77-72—299
Geoff Ogilvy 71-75-78-75—299
John Rollins 75-74-74-76—299
Marcus Fraser 72-78-77-73—300
Olin Browne 71-75-80-74—300
Ben Curtis 71-77-78-74—300
Jose Maria Olazabal 70-78-78-74—300
Zach Johnson 76-74-76-74—300
Chris DiMarco 76-73-73-78—300
Rory Sabbatini 73-77-78-73—301
Charles Howell III 76-73-77-75—301
Dean Wilson 76-74-76-75—301
Ernie Els 73-76-74-78—301
Anders Hansen 71-79-79-73—302
Michael Putnam 73-74-72-83—302
Chad Campbell 73-72-77-81—303
Kevin Sutherland 74-76-79-75—304
Bob Estes 75-75-77-77—304
Michael Campbell 73-77-75-79—304
Harrison Frazar 74-74-74-82—304
Jason Dufner 71-75-79-80—305
George McNeill 72-76-77-81—306

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