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June 18, 2018
2000: Tiger Woods wins his first career U.S. Open title, by 12 under par 272 at Pebble Beach in California. Woods is the only golfer to finish the tournament under par, as Ernie Els of South Africa and Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain finish in second place at +3. The 15-stroke victory is the largest ever for a major championship. Tiger Woods would go on to win four straight majors.
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Brooks Koepka became the first golfer to win the U.S. Open in two straight years in nearly 30 years, shooting a two-under-par 68 on Sunday to finish with a one-stroke ahead of Tommy Fleetwood. A day after the course was too hard for most golfers, conditions eased up as there was better pin placement and the greens and fairways were watered down to slow down the course. Playing early in the day, Tommy Fleetwood of England took advantage and recorded one of the best rounds in U.S. Open history with a seven-under-par 63 to grab the clubhouse lead a +2. Defending champion Brooks Koepka who battled a wrist injury earlier this year was among for golfers starting the day with a share of the lead at +3. With a strong front nine, Koepka got his score to par and played it safe the rest of the way, needing just a two-put to win, Koepka finished at one over par with 281, becoming the first repeat champion since Curtis Strange in 1989.
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The 2018 Baseball season is well underway, and the Sportsecyclopedia.com is finally getting to its MLB Updates over the next four to six weeks, we will be updating every team in MLB adding new pictures, and the season summaries. If you would like to contribute with any MLB team email me at Tank@sportsecyclopedia.com. So take a look back and keep this train moving.
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