2017 U.S. Open Winner and Scores

The 2017 U.S. Open was the 117th time this major was played. The winner matched the tournament's scoring record in relation to par.

Winner: Brooks Koepka, 272

Where it was played: Erin Hills in Erin, Wisconsin

Tournament dates: June 15-18, 2017

Leader after first round: Rickie Fowler, 65

Leader after second round: Brian Harman, Tommy Fleetwood, Paul Casey and Brooks Koepka, 137

Leader after third round: Brian Harman, 204

Notable Notes: Brooks Koepka trailed by one stroke entering the final round, then shot 67 to win by four. Koepka's score in relation to par — 16-under — tied the then-tournament record. ... Third-round leader Brian Harman closed with a 72 and finished one stroke behind. ... This was Koepka's first win in a major. The next year, at the 2018 U.S. Open, he made it back-to-back wins. ... Erin Hills, making its major championship debut, yielded 31 under-par totals at the end of the tournament, a new record for this major.

Final Scores

Brooks Koepka 67-70-68-67—272
Hideki Matsuyama 74-65-71-66—276
Brian Harman 67-70-67-72—276
Tommy Fleetwood 67-70-68-72—277
Xander Schauffele 66-73-70-69—278
Bill Haas 72-68-69-69—278
Rickie Fowler 65-73-68-72—278
Charley Hoffman 70-70-68-71—279
Trey Mullinax 71-72-69-68—280
Brandt Snedeker 70-69-70-71—280
Justin Thomas 73-69-63-75—280
J.B. Holmes 69-69-72-71—281
Brendan Steele 71-69-69-73—282
Patrick Reed 68-75-65-74—282
Si Woo Kim 69-70-68-75—282
Matt Kuchar 74-71-70-68—283
Steve Stricker 73-72-69-69—283
Chez Reavie 75-65-72-71—283
Eddie Pepperell 72-71-69-71—283
Bernd Wiesberger 69-72-69-73—283
David Lingmerth 73-69-71-71—284
Sergio Garcia 70-71-71-72—284
Kevin Chappell 74-70-70-71—285
Jim Furyk 70-74-69-72—285
Louis Oosthuizen 74-70-68-73—285
Paul Casey 66-71-75-74—286
a-Scottie Scheffler 69-74-71-73—287
Zach Johnson 71-74-68-74—287
Jamie Lovemark 69-69-74-75—287
Marc Leishman 68-72-72-75—287
Russell Henley 71-70-67-79—287
Kevin Na 68-76-73-71—288
Martin Laird 72-71-72-73—288
a-Cameron Champ 70-69-73-76—288
Jordan Spieth 73-71-76-69—289
Jordan Niebrugge 73-72-73-71—289
Martin Kaymer 72-69-75-73—289
Brandon Stone 70-74-72-73—289
Webb Simpson 74-71-71-73—289
Michael Putnam 73-70-71-75—289
Matthew Fitzpatrick 70-73-70-76—289
Rafael Cabrera Bello 72-73-71-74—290
Andrew Johnston 69-73-73-75—290
Jonathan Randolph 71-71-73-75—290
Jack Maguire 70-73-71-76—290
Stewart Cink 74-70-76-71—291
Shane Lowry 71-74-73-73—291
Satoshi Kodaira 73-69-73-76—291
Harris English 71-69-75-76—291
Gary Woodland 72-73-73-74—292
Whee Kim 73-70-72-77—292
Branden Grace 72-72-71-77—292
Jason Kokrak 75-70-74-75—294
Ryan Brehm 71-74-72-77—294
Ernie Els 70-72-79-74—295
William McGirt 70-71-79-75—295
Lee Westwood 69-75-75-76—295
Kevin Kisner 74-70-76-76—296
Thomas Aiken 71-71-75-79—296
Keegan Bradley 72-73-75-77—297
Yusaku Miyazato 72-70-76-79—297
Stephan Jaeger 71-73-74-79—297
Adam Hadwin 68-74-75-80—297
Kevin Dougherty 71-72-80-75—298
Daniel Summerhays 73-72-74-81—300
Talor Gooch 74-71-76-80—301
Tyler Light 73-72-78-80—303
Haotong Li 74-70-82-84—310

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