2015 U.S. Open Winner and Scores

The 2015 U.S. Open was the 115th time this major was played. The champion was the youngest winner since 1923.

Winner: Jordan Spieth, 275

Where it was played: Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington

Tournament dates: June 18-21, 2015

Leader after first round: Dustin Johnson and Henrik Stenson, 65

Leader after second round: Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth, 135

Leader after third round: Jason Day, Branden Grace, Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth, 206

Notable Notes: At age 21, Jordan Spieth became the youngest U.S. Open winner since Bobby Jones in 1923. He also won his second straight major, following the 2015 Masters. And in so doing, Spieth became the youngest golfer to win The Masters and U.S. Open in the same year. ... Spieth fought off multiple contenders, including the three he entered the final round tied with. Louis Oosthuizen started the final round three behind Spieth, but was tied for the lead after he birdied six of his last seven holes and Spieth double bogeyed the 17th. But Spieth birdied the 18th hole, and won it when Dustin Johnson missed an eagle putt that would have tied Spieth on the last.

Final Scores

Jordan Spieth 68-67-71-69—275
Louis Oosthuizen 77-66-66-67—276
Dustin Johnson 65-71-70-70—276
Adam Scott 70-71-72-64—277
Branden Grace 69-67-70-71—277
Cameron Smith 70-70-69-68—277
Charl Schwartzel 73-70-69-66—278
Brandt Snedeker 69-72-70-68—279
Jason Day 68-70-68-74—280
Rory McIlroy 72-72-70-66—280
Shane Lowry 69-70-70-71—280
Matt Kuchar 67-73-72-69—281
Kevin Kisner 71-68-73-69—281
John Senden 72-72-70-68—282
Andres Romero 71-69-71-71—282
Tony Finau 69-68-74-71—282
Patrick Reed 66-69-76-71—282
Sergio Garcia 70-75-70-68—283
Geoff Ogilvy 69-72-75-67—283
Jason Dufner 68-72-73-70—283
Jamie Lovemark 70-68-75-70—283
Charlie Beljan 69-75-69-70—283
Hideki Matsuyama 70-71-72-70—283)
Brooks Koepka 72-72-70-69—283
Thomas Aiken 74-71-73-66—284
Billy Horschel 72-72-73-67—284
Justin Rose 72-70-72-71—285
Henrik Stenson 65-74-72-74—285
Francesco Molinari 68-73-72-72—285
J.B. Holmes 72-66-71-76—285
Marc Warren 68-74-72-71—285
Daniel Summerhays 70-67-78-70—285
Tommy Fleetwood 74-69-73-69—285
Keegan Bradley 73-71-72-69—285
Morgan Hoffmann 71-74-74-66—285
Alexander Levy 70-69-73-73—285
Jimmy Gunn 72-73-70-70—285
a-Brian Campbell 67-72-78-68—285
Paul Casey 72-69-73-72—286
Joost Luiten 68-69-74-75—286
Troy Kelly 72-73-72-69—286
Jim Furyk 71-73-73-70—287
Robert Streb 74-70-73-70—287
a-Ollie Schniederjans 69-73-72-73—287
a-Denny McCarthy 71-73-71-72—287
Brad Fritsch 70-74-72-72—288
Webb Simpson 72-73-71-72—288
Kevin Chappell 69-75-73-71—288
Kevin Na 70-72-72-74—288
Lee Westwood 73-69-77-70—289
Sam Saunders 72-72-76-69—289
Ryan Palmer 74-70-73-73—290
a-Nick Hardy 70-75-77-68—290
Ernie Els 72-70-76-73—291
Ian Poulter 72-73-69-77—291
Cameron Tringale 75-68-74-74—291
Mark Silvers 72-71-75-73—291
Luke Donald 73-71-73-75—292
Brad Elder 76-68-76-72—292
D.A. Points 74-71-77-70—292
Jimmy Walker 72-73-72-75—292
a-Beau Hossler 71-72-73-76—292
a-Jack Maguire 73-68-73-78—292
Phil Mickelson 69-74-77-73—293
Angel Cabrera 70-75-74-74—293
Colin Montgomerie 69-76-72-76—293
Marcus Fraser 71-71-77-74—293
Cheng Tsung Pan 71-72-76-74—293
Ben Martin 67-70-86-70—293
George Coetzee 72-73-72-77—294
Andy Pope 74-71-77-72—294
Zach Johnson 72-72-78-73—295
John Parry 72-73-71-79—295
Camilo Villegas 72-73-80-75—300
Chris Kirk 70-73-80-78—301

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