Bryson DeChambeau is the U.S. Open champion for the second time. It was another thriller at Pinehurst No. 2 that came down to the last hole. He was tied with Rory McIlroy, who was in the group in front. McIlroy missed a 4-foot par putt to fall one shot behind. DeChambeau blasted out of a bunker from 55 yards away to 4 feet and made the par putt for a 71. It wasn’t quite the famous putt of Payne Stewart in 1999 when he made par from 15 feet. But DeChambeau celebrated the second major for a LIV Golf player.

Rory McIlroy missed two short putts over the final three holes during the final round of the U.S. Open, allowing Bryson DeChambeau to beat him by a shot at Pinehurst No. 2. McIlroy had a two-shot lead with five holes to go before he missed a 30-inch putt on the 16th hole. He missed another from just inside 4 feet at the 18th, then watched on TV as DeChambeau got up and down from a bunker on the finishing hole to beat him by a shot. It extended McIlroy’s decade-long drought in majors, and may have been the most disappointing one yet.