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  1. No one can question Bryson DeChambeau's methods now. He overpowered Winged Foot and the field to win his first major championship.
  2. Matthew Wolff struggled in Sunday's final round and lost to a red-hot Bryson DeChambeau. Still, he finished second in his first appearance at the U.S. Open. At 21, he's just getting started.
  3. Mike Davis spent the last decade running the USGA, where he set up golf courses to provide an extreme test for elite players and searched for solutions to increasing distance.
  4. Bryson DeChambeau was the only player under par in the final round at Winged Foot as he cruised to a U.S. Open victory.
  5. Georgia Hall earned her first LPGA Tour victory in the United States on Sunday when she beat Ashleigh Buhai on the second hole of a playoff at the Cambia Portland Classic.
  6. Jim Furyk joined Arnold Palmer and Bruce Fleisher as the only players to win their first two PGA Tour Champions starts.
  7. Ernie Els missed a chance to build a big lead during the second round of the PGA Tour Champions' Pure Insurance Championship at Pebble Beach on Saturday, but he holds a 1-stroke lead over Dicky Pride, with Jim Furyk and four others 2 shots back.
  8. Mel Reid shot a 7-under 65 on her 33rd birthday Saturday to take a two-stroke lead over defending champion Hannah Green into the final round of the Cambia Portland Classic.
  9. While there are no spectators on the property at Winged Foot Golf Club, that didn't stop those nearby with a view of the course from heckling Patrick Reed on Saturday. Reed had bigger problems, though, as he shot a 77 to fall 8 shots off the lead.
  10. Matthew Wolff is 21 years and attempting to win the U.S. Open in his very first appearance. He will chase it in silence. It worked for another 20-something last month when Collin Morikawa won the PGA Championship. Is it about to happen again?
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