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Live Reporting

Alex Bysouth and Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks and goodbye

    Bryson DeChambeau

    That's the end of this live page and what better way to end than with a picture of a smiling Bryson DeChambeau holding the 2020 US Open trophy.

    He wins it by a mammoth SIX shots after powering his way to his first major.

    We will have more analysis and reaction and highlights on the golf page on the BBC Sport website so don't miss out on that.

    Next up, the Masters from 12-15 November and we'll have full daily coverage of that. Thanks for joining us and until next time, bye for now.

  2. Watch the moment Bryson DeChambeau wins his first major

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  3. DeChambeau storms to first major title - read the report

    American Bryson DeChambeau produced a wonderful final-round display to win the US Open by six shots and claim the first major title of his career.

    The 27-year-old was the only player to break par at the notoriously difficult Winged Foot, winning on six under par.

    Renowned for his big-hitting approach, the world number nine showed maturity and composure to card an impressive three-under 67 at the New York course.

    Matthew Wolff faded on the back nine, shooting 75 to finish second at level.

    South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen, who finished third at two over, and Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy were the only non-Americans to place inside the top 10.

    World number four McIlroy ended joint eighth at six over par after a final-day 75 that included two double bogeys, while England's Lee Westwood was a stroke further back.

  4. Watch the best shots from the final day

    Jon Rahm, Xander Schauffele, Rory McIlroy and Bubba Watson feature in the best shots of the final day of the US Open.

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  5. DeChambeau praises Nicklaus and Woods

    Bryson DeChambeau is just the third player after Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods to win an NCAA individual title, the US Amateur title and a US Open.

    Asked at the trophy presentation what it meant to be in such exalted company, DeChambeau said: "Mr Nicklaus has been always awesome to me. He gave me a sponsor’s invite. Tiger has always been great to me.

    “I can’t say thank you enough to them for helping push me along to be a better person and a better golfer as well. To be in the company of those names is special. I’ll forever appreciate that.”

  6. How they finished

    US Open
  7. Post update

    Bryson DeChambeau wins the US Open

    Bryson DeChambeau has the hugest of smiles as he has the US Open trophy in his arms.

    On this performance, you would fully expect him to add more majors to this throughout his career.

  8. 'A lot of hard work'

    Bryson DeChambeau wins the US Open

    Some quotes from the 2020 US Open champion Bryson DeChambeau, who says: "It's just an honour, it has been a lot of hard work.

    "At [hole] nine that was when I first thought this could be a reality. I made an eagle, I had shocked myself to do that, and I thought 'I can do it'.

    "Then I said 'no, you have to focus on each and every hole'. Throughout the back nine I kept saying 'no, you still have three, four, five holes to go, whatever it was'.

    "I had to keep focused and make sure I executed each shot the best I could do."

  9. Post update

    A touching moment as Bryson DeChambeau has a video call with his parents immediately after finishing his round.

    "We're so proud of you," they say.

    "Thank you for all your sacrifices," DeChambeau responds.

  10. Post update

    -6 DeChambeau (F)

    It's a first major title for Bryson DeChambeau and he is hugging anyone who will go near him in this socially-distant world we now inhabit.

    There are fist bumps and high fives and a huge grin on DeChambeau's face.

    It's the culmination of a year of body and attitude change. He's put on around three stones of weight in muscle and developed a game built on smashing the ball as far as he can off the tee and then gouging wedges out of the rough.

    He's clearly a talented player beyond that but the rest of the golfing world will now need to sit up and take serious notice of what he's been doing.

  11. Wolff claims second

    E Wolff (F)

    Poor old Matthew Wolff is left to finish up his round and there's no birdie finish for him. His six-footer misses on the right edge. That's a five-over 75 and a level-par finish for second place.

    A big chance missed for the 21-year-old but he can reflect on a great tournament.


    -6 DeChambeau (F)

    Bryson DeChambeau lets out a huge roar as his ball disappears into the hole. Great finish for a great champion.

  13. Post update

    -6 DeChambeau, E Wolff (17)

    For once Bryson DeChambeau does not take an age over a chip shot. It's a simple one at the last, hit the ball 30 feet past the pin and allow the slope to bring the ball back down.

    He's still just outside Matthew Wolff's ball though so he's going to be playing again.

    About eight putts for the title. He'll want to finish with a par...

  14. Post update

    -6 DeChambeau (17)

    Andrew Murray

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    Bryson DeChambeau has the ability to play out of the rough in a way that few people have and he has proved that by the way he has played.

  15. Post update

    -6 DeChambeau, E Wolff (17)

    No driver for Bryson DeChambeau down the last today. He drills a three-wood, into the rough again. He's hit six of 14 fairways today.

    "Hey mum and dad I love you," he says to the camera following him down the 18th, before remembering to say hi to some kids too. "Man I wanted one in the fairway," he adds.

    Matthew Wolff is on the fairway, but slightly further away. He's picked a line on the clubhouse and finds the heart of the green and the ball feeds down to six feet.

    What can Bryson do? He goes through two or three club options, two or three places he could miss. He's short and the ball scuttles back off the front of the green.

    Tiger Woods took fours shots from there earlier in the week. Bryson could do that today and still win at a canter.

  16. Oosthuizen set to finish third

    +2 Oosthuizen; +8 Matsuyama (F)

    Louis Oosthuizen started the day third, hoping for his first major since his success at the Open in 2010.

    It wasn't to be but he rolls in a putt for a birdie on the last. That's a round of three over, two over in total and third for him, barring a late disaster for Matthew Wolff.

    Hideki Matsuyama started in tied fourth but a round of eight over dumps him all the way back to tied 17th.

  17. DeChambeau gets lucky break

    -6 DeChambeau, E Wolff (17)

    Matthew Wolff needs to keep his head here. There's still a second place up for grabs. He hits a lovely short-iron 20 feet to the right of the 17th flag.

    Bryson DeChambeau's ball comes to rest against the collar of rough that borders every green. If he didn't have a six-shot advantage, then he might be a little concerned by his next shot.

    He's calling a rules official over and getting a great break here. There's something impeding his stance, so h's given a free drop. Out comes the driver to mark out the relief and because it's no nearer the hole, he can drop out of the rough and on the fringe.

    And that means he can get his putter to the ball. About 30 feet to the hole. A great lag putt and he'll have a six-shot lead to take down the last because Wolff is also in for par.