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  1. Goodbye

    Gary Woodland

    Right, that's us done. Thanks for joining us. That was a superb performance from Gary Woodland as he collected his first major title at the US Open.

    You can read our report on all the drama from the final round at Pebble Beach here.

    We'll be back for the 148th Open Championship from Royal Portrush next month.

    So until then.

  2. Did you say Pineapple?

    Woodland -13 (F)

    Luke Donald's twitter account
  3. 'I played my heart out'

    Koepka -10 (F)

    Second-placed Brooks Koepka: "It was some of the best ball striking I’ve had. Unfortunately I wasn't making the putts but Gary did and congratulations to him. That was a cool way to see him finish it off, and go out in style like that.

    "I thought we had a ball game pretty early on. I closed the gap and got it down to three and you never know what’s going to happen down the stretch. I just tried to keep the pedal down and make some putts but I didn't hole enough.

    "I'm very pleased with how I played. I played my heart out it just wasn't good enough this week."

    On the Open: "It will be awesome for (caddie) Rick (Elliott) to get back to Portrush. It will be special for him and cool for me, I’ve never been to Northern Ireland and it’ll be a fun week."

  4. 'I’m trying to enjoy being uncomfortable'

    Woodland -13 (F)

    Gary Woodland

    US Open champion Gary Woodland: "I've done a lot of work with my team . We’ve been preparing for this and we’ve worked hard, so it was nice to see it finally pay off.

    "I’ve hit the golf ball good for a long time but the short game and putting takes the pressure off.

    "I’m trying to enjoy being uncomfortable, trying to enjoy the pressure [that these situations bring].

    "Justin Rose is a top player, one of the best in the world but he’s a good buddy and playing with him, that helped me. Brooks Koepka got off to a hot start and I was just trying to keep that cushion."

  5. 'I never thought the tournament was over'

    Woodland -13 (F)

    US Open champion Gary Woodland: "My swing got a little off. The drive on 14 was huge, I slipped a little bit but I refocused and hit a great shot with my second.

    "I played to win there taking the three-wood, my caddie gave me a lot of confidence and told me to hit it. And that birdie gave me that bit of separation."

    On the chip at 17: "I had that shot earlier this week. I just tried to get it over the hump and it came off perfectly. I would have taken four if I had to. I was just trying to eliminate the big number."

    On winning: "It was special. I never thought the tournament was over, I never looked too far ahead. Once the putt on 18 went in, I let it come out of me. It was special to finish it off here at Pebble Beach."

  6. The moment you win a major

    Woodland -13 (F)

    Gary Woodland
  7. Post update

    Woodland -13 (F)

    The presentation committee is out on the 18th green as we have a flyby from two US air force planes.

  8. Post update

    Woodland -13 (F)

    Gary Woodland is all smiles at the moment. He's hugging virtually everyone in his path and hands over a signed ball to a young fan.

    Nice memento that.

  9. 'Beware the expecting dad'

    Woodland -13 (F)

    Gary Woodland and his wife Gabby are expecting twin boys in August.

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  10. Woodland deserved winner

    Rose -7, Woodland -13 (F)

    Justin Rose has to settle for a par.

    He's not been at his best in the last couple of days but fair play to him, he's straight over to hug Gary Woodland, who is the deserved winner.

  11. Post update

    Rose -7, Woodland -13 (18)

    Gary Woodland's celebrations have been delayed slightly as Justin Rose finishes off.

    He's got a birdie putt from 27 feet which is worth about £300k, that's the difference between finishing solo third, or tied for third with three other players.

  12. Post update

    Alistair Bruce-Ball

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator at Pebble Beach

    He's seen his mum at the back of the green. He's just about keeping the emotions in check.

  13. Woodland wins the US Open

    Rose -7, Woodland -13 (18)

    Gary Woodland

    As I was saying. What a way to finish for Gary Woodland who drains a 30-footer to round of his victory in style.

  14. Woodland with three putts to win

    Rose -7, Woodland -12 (17)

    Gary Woodland is on in three after dollying his nine-iron shot 145 yards into the heart of the green.

    He's got three putts to win this. Doubt he'll need them.

  15. Post update

    Rose -7, Woodland -12 (17)

    Gary Woodland is in exactly the same spot off the tee as he was on Saturday. Down the right, and on the fairway. He draws his second around the cypress tree on the fairway.

    A first major is within touching distance for the 35-year-old from Kansas.

    Justin Rose needs a birdie to finish in third.

  16. Post update

    Koepka -10 (F)

    Nice touch from Brooks Koepka who autographs the scoring board for the person who has carried it round the course all day.

  17. Post update

    Rose -7, Woodland -12 (17)

    How big was that par. Barring a disaster Gary Woodland, will have a winners cheque of $2,250,000 waiting for him in four or five shots time.

    Justin Rose's race has been run for a while but the Englishman also made a decent par on 17, tickling a 70 feet plus putt down to four feet before finishing off.

  18. Koepka closes with par

    Koepka -10 (F)

    Brooks Koepka has a good look at his nine-foot birdie putt. He's over it and stabs the ball towards the hole. It looks in all the way but jags off right at the last moment.

    Koepka bends over double. He can't quite believe how that has missed.

    He trudges off the green to go and sign for a three-under 68.

  19. Par for Woodland

    Rose -7, Woodland -12

    Shot of a champion? And a fist bump from Justin Rose to boot.

    Gary Woodland nails a chip, that has all sorts of check on it, as it spins to a halt two feet from the cup. Simply magnificent.