2021 U.S. Open Winner, Scores

The 2021 U.S. Open was the 121st time this golf tournament was played. It produced the first Spanish winner in this tournament's history.

Winner: Jon Rahm, 278

Where it was played: Torrey Pines Golf Course (South Course) in San Diego, California

Tournament dates: June 17-20, 2021

Leaders after first round: Russey Henley and Louis Oostuizen, 67

Leader after second round: Russell Henley and Richard Bland, 137

Leader after third round: Russell Henley, Louis Oosthuizen and Mackenzie Hughes, 208

Notable notes: Jon Rahm became the first golfer from Spain to win the U.S. Open, posting a two-stroke victory over Louis Oosthuizen. Oosthuizen was the third-round co-leader, beginning the final round three strokes ahead of Rahm. And Oosthuizen appeared steady for most of the final round.

But then Rahm birdied the last hole to post a score of 6-under, one better than Oosthuizen, who was playing several groups behind Rahm. Oosthuizen then drove into a penalty area on the 17th hole and bogeyed to drop to 4-under. He birdied the last hole, but it wasn't enough. Oosthuizen shot 71 in the final round, Rahm 67.

Defending champ Bryson DeChambeau started the final round two strokes off the lead at 3-under. He got to 5-under and one stroke off the lead after nine holes. But from there, DeChambeau was 8-over on the back nine. He finished far down the standings at 3-over.

Final Scores

Jon Rahm69-70-72-67—278
Louis Oosthuizen67-71-70-71—279
Harris English72-70-71-68—281
Guido Migliozzi71-70-73-68—282
Brooks Koepka69-73-71-69—282
Collin Morikawa75-67-70-70—282
Branden Grace72-70-74-67—283
Daniel Berger71-72-72-68—283
Paul Casey71-75-67-70—283
Xander Schauffele69-71-72-71—283
Scottie Scheffler72-69-70-72—283
Rory McIlroy70-73-67-73—283
Francesco Molinari68-76-69-71—284
Russell Henley67-70-71-76—284
Patrick Cantlay70-75-71-69—285
Kevin Streelman71-69-72-73—285
Matthew Wolff70-68-73-74—285
Mackenzie Hughes73-67-68-77—285
Patrick Reed72-73-74-67—286
Sergio Garcia71-74-73-68—286
Charl Schwartzel71-74-71-70—286
Brian Harman72-71-71-72—286
Jordan Spieth77-69-68-72—286
Justin Thomas73-69-71-73—286
Dustin Johnson71-73-68-74—286
Hideki Matsuyama69-76-74-68—287
Rikuya Hoshino69-74-73-71—287
Chris Baker74-71-69-73—287
Martin Kaymer77-68-69-73—287
Bryson DeChambeau73-69-68-77—287
Patrick Rodgers70-71-77-70—288
Dylan Wu70-73-74-71—288
Joaquin Niemann75-69-71-73—288
Christiaan Bezuidenhout72-70-70-76—288
Edoardo Molinari70-76-72-71—289
Robert MacIntyre71-73-72-73—289
Adam Scott70-75-71-73—289
Lanto Griffin76-69-69-75—289
Sungjae Im72-72-69-76—289
Wade Ormsby72-74-73-71—290
Adam Hadwin70-72-75-73—290
Chez Reavie76-68-72-74—290
J.T. Poston72-73-71-74—290
Si Woo Kim71-75-70-74—290
Ian Poulter74-71-68-77—290
Rick Lamb71-75-74-71—291
Tom Hoge72-71-76-72—291
Dylan Frittelli73-72-72-74—291
Lee Westwood71-72-71-77—291
Tommy Fleetwood72-73-74-73—292
Gary Woodland74-71-73-74—292
Rafa Cabrera Bello68-76-74-74—292
Bubba Watson72-67-77-76—292
Richard Bland70-67-77-78—292
Kevin Kisner73-73-72-75—293
Matthew Fitzpatrick70-75-72-76—293
Taylor Montgomery70-76-74-74—294
Akshay Bhatia73-73-73-75—294
Stewart Cink73-72-74-75—294
Charley Hoffman72-71-75-76—294
Jhonattan Vegas75-69-74-76—294
Phil Mickelson75-69-76-75—295
Greyson Sigg71-74-75-75—295
Marc Leishman74-70-75-77—296
Matt Jones72-71-79-75—297
Troy Merritt75-71-73-78—297
Shane Lowry72-74-72-79—297
Wilco Nienaber72-74-80-72—298
Kyle Westmoreland71-73-78-76—298
Fabian Gomez70-76-78-79—303
Jimmy Walker74-72-77-80—303

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