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Age

Oldest Champion (years/months/days)

45/0/15 — Hale Irwin, 1990
43/9/11 — Raymond Floyd, 1986
43/4/16 — Ted Ray, 1920

Oldest to make cut

61 — Sam Snead, 1973, T-29th
58 — Jack Nicklaus, 1998, T-43rd
57 — Sam Snead, 1969, T-38th
57 — Dutch Harrison, 1967, T-16th
57 — Jack Nicklaus, 1997, T-52nd

Youngest Champion

19/10/14 — John J. McDermott, 1911

Youngest Competitor

15/5/7 — Tadd Fujikawa, 2006
15/11/27 — Tyrell Garth, 1941




Amateurs

Amateur Champions (5 players, 8 times)

Francis Ouimet, The Country Club, Brookline, Mass., 1913
Jerome D. Travers, Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1915
Charles Evans Jr., Minikahda Club, Minneapolis, Minn., 1916
Robert T. Jones Jr., Inwood (N.Y.) C.C., 1923; Scioto C.C., Columbus, Ohio, 1926; Winged Foot G.C., Mamaroneck, N.Y., 1929; Interlachen C.C., Edina, Minn., 1930
John Goodman, North Shore C.C., Glenview, Ill., 1933

Top-Ten Finishes

10 — a-Robert T. Jones Jr.

Most Times Low Amateur

9 — Robert T. Jones Jr.

Low 72-Hole Score By an Amateur

282 — Jack Nicklaus (finished 2nd), Cherry Hills C.C., Englewood, Colo., 1960
283 — James Simons (T-5th), Merion G.C. (East Course), Ardmore, Pa., 1971




Champions

Most Victories

4 — Willie Anderson (1901, 1903, 1904, 1905)
4 — a-Robert T. Jones Jr. (1923, 1926, 1929, 1930)
4 — Ben Hogan (1948, 1950, 1951, 1953)
4 — Jack Nicklaus (1962, 1967, 1972, 1980)
3 — Hale Irwin (1974, 1979, 1990)
3 — Tiger Woods (2000, 2002, 2008)

Consecutive Victories

3 — Willie Anderson (1903, 1904, 1905)
2 — John J. McDermott (1911, 1912)
2 — Robert T. Jones Jr. (1929, 1930)
2 — Ralph Guldahl (1937, 1938)
2 — Ben Hogan (1950, 1951)
2 — Curtis Strange (1988, 1989)

Other Multiple Champions — 15

2 — Alex Smith (1906, 1910)
2 — John J. McDermott (1911, 1912)
2 — Walter Hagen (1914, 1919)
2 — Gene Sarazen (1922, 1932)
2 — Ralph Guldahl (1937, 1938)
2 — Cary Middlecoff (1949, 1956)
2 — Julius Boros (1952, 1963)
2 — Billy Casper (1959, 1966)
2 — Lee Trevino (1969, 1971)
2 — Andy North (1978, 1985)
2 — Curtis Strange (1988, 1989)
2 — Ernie Els (1994, 1997)
2 — Lee Janzen (1993, 1998)
2 — Payne Stewart (1991, 1999)
2 — Retief Goosen (2001, 2004)

Runner-up Finishes

4 — a-Robert T. Jones Jr. (1922, 1924, 1925, 1928)
4 — Sam Snead (1937, 1947, 1949, 1953)
4 — Arnold Palmer (1962, 1963, 1966, 1967)
4 — Jack Nicklaus (1960, 1968, 1971, 1982)
4 — Phil Mickelson (1999, 2002, 2004, 2006)
3 — Alex Smith (1898, 1901, 1905)
3 — Tom McNamara (1909, 1912, 1915)
3 — Colin Montgomerie (1994, 1997, 2006)

Most Top-Five Finishes

11 — Willie Anderson
11 — Jack Nicklaus
10 — Alex Smith
10 — Walter Hagen
10 — Ben Hogan
10 — Arnold Palmer
9 — a-Robert T. Jones Jr.
9 — Gene Sarazen
9 — Julius Boros

Most Top-Ten Finishes

18 — Jack Nicklaus
16 — Walter Hagen
15 — Ben Hogan
14 — Gene Sarazen
13 — Arnold Palmer
12 — Sam Snead
11 — Willie Anderson
11 — Tom Watson
11 — Alex Smith
11 — Julius Boros
10 — a-Robert T. Jones Jr.

Most Top-Twenty-Five Finishes

22 — Jack Nicklaus
21 — Sam Snead
20 — Walter Hagen
19 — Gary Player
18 — Arnold Palmer
17 — Alex Smith
17 — Gene Sarazen
17 — Ben Hogan
16 — Alex Campbell
16 — Ray Floyd
16 — Gilbert Nicholls
16 — Macdonald Smith
16 — Tom Watson
15 — Julius Boros

Consecutive Top-Five Finishes

6 — Robert T. Jones (1921-26)
6 — a-Willie Anderson (‘01-’06)
5 — Alex Smith (‘05-’10)
5 — Willie Smith (1898-’02)
4 — Three with 4, lastly Tom Lehman (1995-’98)

Consecutive Top-Ten Finishes

7 — Stewart Gardner (1900-06), a-Robert T. Jones Jr. (1920-26), Ben Hogan (1950-56)

Consecutive Top-Twenty-Five Finishes

19 — Walter Hagen (1913-16, 1919-33)

Winner of U.S. Open and Masters (14)

Gene Sarazen (1922, 1932 Opens; 1935 Masters)
Byron Nelson (1939 Open; 1937, 1942 Masters)
Ralph Guldahl (1937, 1938 Opens; 1939 Masters)
*Craig Wood (1941 Open; 1941 Masters)
*Ben Hogan (1948, 1950, 1951, 1953 Opens; 1951, 1953 Masters)
Cary Middlecoff (1949, 1956 Opens; 1955 Masters)
*Arnold Palmer (1960 Open; 1958, 1960, 1962, 1964 Masters)
Gary Player (1965 Open; 1961, 1974, 1978 Masters)
*Jack Nicklaus (1962, 1967, 1972, 1980 Opens; 1963, 1965, 1966, 1972, 1975, 1986 Masters)
Billy Casper (1959, 1966 Opens; 1970 Masters)
Tom Watson (1982 Open; 1977, 1981 Masters)
Fuzzy Zoeller (1984 Open; 1979 Masters)
Raymond Floyd (1986 Open; 1976 Masters)
*Tiger Woods (2000, 2002, 2008 Opens; 1997, 2001, 2002, 2005 Masters)

* won both in same year.

Winner of U.S. and British Opens (17)

Harry Vardon (1900 U.S.; 1896, 1898, 1899, 1903, 1911, 1914 British)
Ted Ray (1920 U.S.; 1912 British)
Jim Barnes (1921 U.S.; 1925 British)
Walter Hagen (1914, 1919 U.S.; 1922, 1924, 1928, 1929 British)
*a-Robert T. Jones Jr. (1923, 1926, 1929, 1930 U.S.; 1926, 1927, 1930 British)
Tommy Armour (1927 U.S.; 1931 British)
*Gene Sarazen (1922, 1932 U.S.; 1932 British)
*Ben Hogan (1948, 1950, 1951, 1953 U.S.; 1953 British)
Arnold Palmer (1960 U.S.; 1961, 1962 British)
Gary Player (1965 U.S.; 1959, 1968, 1974 British)
Jack Nicklaus (1962, 1967, 1972, 1980 U.S.; 1966, 1970, 1978 British)
Tony Jacklin (1970 U.S.; 1969 British)
*Lee Trevino (1968, 1971 U.S.; 1971, 1972 British)
Johnny Miller (1973 U.S.; 1976 British)
*Tom Watson (1982 U.S.; 1975, 1977, 1980, 1982, 1983 British)
*Tiger Woods (2000, 2002, 2008 U.S.; 2000, 2005, 2006 British)
Ernie Els (1994, 1997, U.S.; 2002 British)

* won both in same year.

Winner of U.S. Open and PGA Championship (17)

Jim Barnes (1921 Open; 1916, 1919 PGAs)
Walter Hagen (1914, 1919 Opens; 1921, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927 PGAs)
*Gene Sarazen (1922, 1932 Opens; 1922, 1923, 1933 PGAs)
Tommy Armour (1927 Open; 1930 PGA)
Olin Dutra (1934 Open; 1932 PGA)
Byron Nelson (1939 Open; 1940, 1945 PGAs)
*Ben Hogan (1948, 1950, 1951, 1953 Opens; 1946, 1948 PGAs)
Julius Boros (1952, 1963 Opens; 1968 PGA)
*Jack Nicklaus (1962, 1967, 1972, 1980 Opens; 1963, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1980 PGAs)
Gary Player (1965 Open; 1962, 1972 PGAs)
Lee Trevino (1968, 1971 Opens; 1974, 1984 PGAs)
David Graham (1981 Open; 1979 PGA)
Larry Nelson (1983 Open; 1981, 1987 PGAs)
Hubert Green (1977 Open; 1985 PGA)
Raymond Floyd (1986 Open; 1969, 1982 PGAs)
Payne Stewart (1991, 1999 Opens; 1989 PGA)
*Tiger Woods (2000, 2002, 2008 Opens; 1999, 2000, 2006 PGA Championship)

* won both in same year.

Winner of U.S. and British Opens, Masters, and PGA Championship (5)

Gene Sarazen (1935 Masters; 1922, 1932 Opens; 1932 British; 1922, 1923, 1933 PGAs)
Ben Hogan (1951, 1953 Masters; 1948, 1950, 1951, 1953 Opens; 1953 British; 1946, 1948 PGAs)
Gary Player (1961,1974, 1978 Masters; 1965 Open; 1959, 1968, 1974 British; 1962, 1972 PGAs)
Jack Nicklaus (1963, 1965, 1966, 1972, 1975, 1986 Masters; 1962, 1967, 1972, 1980 Opens; 1966, 1970, 1978 British; 1963, 1971, 1973, 1975, 1980 PGAs)
Tiger Woods (1997, 2001, 2002, 2005 Masters; 2000, 2002, 2008 Opens; 2000, 2005, 2006 British; 1999, 2000, 2006 PGAs)

Winner of U.S. Open and U.S. Amateur (11)

Francis Ouimet (1913 Open; 1914, 1931 Amateurs)
Jerome D. Travers (1915 Open; 1907, 1908, 1912, 1913 Amateurs)
*Charles Evans Jr. (1916 Open; 1916, 1920 Amateurs)
*a-Robert T. Jones Jr. (1923, 1926, 1929, 1930 Opens; 1924, 1925, 1927, 1928, 1930 Amateurs)
John Goodman (1933 Open; 1937 Amateur)
Lawson Little (1940 Open; 1934, 1935 Amateurs)
Arnold Palmer (1960 Open; 1954 Amateur)
Gene Littler (1961 Open; 1953 Amateur)
Jack Nicklaus (1962, 1967, 1972, 1980 Opens; 1959, 1961 Amateurs)
Jerry Pate (1976 Open, 1974 Amateur)
Tiger Woods (2000, 2002, 2008 Opens; 1994, 1995, 1996 Amateurs)

*won both in same year

Winner of U.S. Open and U.S. Junior Amateur (2)

Johnny Miller (1973 Open; 1964 Junior)
Tiger Woods (2000, 2002, 2008 Opens; 1991, 1992, 1993 Juniors)

Winner of U.S. Junior Amateur, U.S. Amateur and U.S. Open (1)

Tiger Woods (1991-1993 Juniors; 1994-1996 Amateurs; 2000, 2002, 2008 Opens)

Champions Not Returning to Defend

7 — Harry Vardon (1901 after winning in 1900), Alex Smith (1907), Jerome Travers (1916), Ted Ray (1921), a-Robert T. Jones Jr. (1931), Ben Hogan (1949), Payne Stewart (2000)



Course

Longest Courses

7,643 yards — Torrey Pines G.C., San Diego, Calif., 2008
7,264 yards — Winged Foot G.C. (West Course), Mamaroneck, N.Y, 2006
7,216 yards — Pinehurst Resort (No. 2), Village of Pinehurst, N.C., 2005
7,214 yards — Bethpage (N.Y.) State Park (Black Course), 2002
7,213 yards — Congressional C.C. (Blue Course), Bethesda, Md., 1997
7,195 yards — Medinah (Ill.) C.C., 1990
7,191 yards — Bellerive C.C., St. Louis, Mo., 1965
7,190 yards — Olympia Fields (Ill.) C.C. (North Course), 2003
7,175 yards — Pinehurst R. & C.C., N.C., 1999
7,152 yards — Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1993

Shortest Course

4,423 yards — Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y., 1896

Since World War II

6,528 yards — Merion G.C. (East Course), Ardmore, Pa. (1971, 1981)

Most Often Host Club of Open

7 — Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J. (1903, 1915, 1936, 1954, 1967, 1980, 1993)
7 — Oakmont (Pa.) C.C. (1927, 1935, 1953, 1962, 1973, 1983, 1994)




Entries

Largest

9,048 (2005)

Smallest

11 (1895)




Scoring

Evolution of U.S. Open Scoring Records

173 — Horace Rawlins (91-82), 1895
152 — James Foulis (78-74), 1896
328 — Fred Herd (84-85-75-84),1898
315 — Willie Smith (77-82-79-77), 1899
313 — Harry Vardon (79-78-76-80), 1900
307 — Laurie Auchterlonie (78-78-74-77), 1902
303 — Willie Anderson (75-78-78-72), 1904
295 — Alex Smith (73-74-73-75), 1906
290 — George Sargent (75-72-72-71), 1909
286 — Charles Evans Jr. (70-69-74-73), 1916
282 — Tony Manero (73-69-73-67), 1936
281 — Ralph Guldahl (71-69-72-69), 1937
276 — Ben Hogan (67-72-68-69), 1948
275 — Jack Nicklaus (71-67-72-65), 1967
272 — Jack Nicklaus (63-71-70-68), 1980
272 — Lee Janzen (67-67-69-69), 1993
272 — Tiger Woods (65-69-71-67), 2000
272 — Jim Furyk (67-66-67-72), 2003

U.S. Open Early Years Scoring
Year/Winner/- Score/(relation to par)

Prior to 1906 no par was listed


1906 Alex Smith — 295 (-33) — par was 82
1907 Alex Ross — 302 (+10)
1908 Fred McLeod (no par)
1909 George Sargent — 288 (+2)
1910 Alex Smith — 298-71 (+6)
1911 John McDermott — 307-80 (+3)
1912 John McDermott — 294 (+6)
1913 Francis Quimet — 304-72 (+8)
1914 Walter Hagan — 290 (+2)
1915 Jerome Travers — 297 (+1)
1916 Charles Evans — 286 (+2)
1917-18 no championships
1919 Walter Hagan 301-77 (+17)
1920 Edward Ray — 295 (+7)
1921 James Barnes — 289 (+9)
1922 Gene Sarazen — 288 (+8)
1923 Robert T. Jones — 296 (+8)
1924 Cyril Walker — 297 (+9)
1925 William Macfarlane — 291-75-72 (+7)
1926 Robert T. Jones — 293 (+5)
1927 Tommy Armour — 301-76 (+13)
1928 Johnny Farrell — 294-143 (+10)
1929 Robert T. Jones — 294-141 (+6)
1930 Robert T. Jones — 287 (+1)
1931 Billy Burke — 292-149-148 (+8)
1932 Gene Sarazen — 286 (+6)
1933 John Goodman — 287 (-1)
1934 Olin Dutra — 293 (+13)
1935 Sam Parks — 299 (+11)
1936 Tony Manero — 282 (-6)
1937 Ralph Guldahl — 281 (-7)
1938 Ralph Guldahl — 284 (E)
1939 Byron Nelson — 284-68-70 (+8)
1940 Lawson Little — 287-70 (-1)

Lowest Score, 72 Holes

272 — Jack Nicklaus (63-71-70-68), Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1980
272 — Lee Janzen (67-67-69-69), Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1993
272 — Tiger Woods (12 under par) (65-69-71-67), Pebble Beach G.L., Pebble Beach, Calif., 2000
272 — Jim Furyk (67-66-67-72), Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
273 — David Graham (68-68-70-67), Merion G.C. (East Course), Ardmore, Pa., 1981

Most Strokes Under Par, 72 Holes

12 under (272) — Tiger Woods, Pebble Beach G.L., Pebble Beach, Calif., 2000
8 under (276) — Ben Hogan, Riviera C.C., Los Angeles, Calif., 1948
8 under (272) — Jack Nicklaus, Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1980
8 under (280) — Hale Irvin, Medinah (Ill.) C.C. (No. 3 Course), 1990
8 under (280) — Mike Donald, Medinah (Ill.) C.C. (No. 3 Course), 1990
8 under (272) — Lee Janzen, Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1993
8 under (272) — Jim Furyk, Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003

Most Strokes Under Par at Any Point

12 — Tiger Woods (fourth round), Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 2000
12 — Gil Morgan (third round), Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1992
11 — Jim Furyk, Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
9 — Ben Hogan, Riviera C.C., Los Angeles, Calif., 1948
9 — Jack Nicklaus, Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1980
9 — Tim Simpson, Medinah (Ill.) C.C. (No. 3 course), 1990
9 — Scott Simpson, Medinah (Ill.) C.C. (No. 3 course), 1990
9 — Jeff Sluman, Medinah (Ill.) C.C. (No. 3 course), 1990
9 — Mike Donald, Medinah (Ill.) C.C. (No. 3 course), 1990
9 — Nick Price, Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
9 — Vijay Singh, Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003

Lowest Score by Non-Winner, 72 Holes

274 (6 under) — Isao Aoki (68-68-68-70), Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1980
274 (6 under) — Payne Stewart (70-66-68-70), Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1993

Lowest Score, First 54 Holes

200 — Jim Furyk, Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
203 — George Burns (69-66-68), Merion G.C. (East Course), Ardmore, Pa., 1981
203 — Tze-Chung Chen (65-69-69), Oakland Hills C.C. (South Course), Birmingham, Mich., 1985
203 — Lee Janzen (67-67-69), Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1993
203 — Stephen Leaney, Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003

Lowest Score, Last 54 Holes

203 (10 under) — Loren Roberts (69-64-70), Oakmont C.C., Oakmont, Pa., 1994
204 (6 under) — Payne Stewart (70-66-68), Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1993
204 (6 under) — Steve Jones (66-69-69), Oakland Hills C.C. (South Course) Bloomfield Hills, Mich., 1996
204 (6 under) — Mark Brooks (64-70-70), Southern Hills C.C. Tulsa, Okla., 2001

Lowest Score, First 36 Holes

133 — Jim Furyk (67-66), Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
133 — Vijay Singh (70-63), Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
134 — Jack Nicklaus (63-71), Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1980
134 — Tze-Chung Chen (65-69), Oakland Hills C.C. (South Course), Birmingham, Mich., 1985
134 — Lee Janzen (67-67), Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1993
134 — Tiger Woods (65-69), Pebble Beach G.L., Pebble Beach, Calif., 2000
134 — Phil Mickelson (68-66), Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y., 2004
134 — Shigeki Maruyama (66-68), Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y., 2004

Lowest Score, Last 36 Holes

132 (10 under) — Larry Nelson (65-67), Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1983
133 (7 under) — Chip Beck (68-65), Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y., 1986
134 (8 under) — Loren Roberts (64-70), Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1994

Lowest Score, 18 Holes

63 (8 under) — Johnny Miller, final round, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1973
63 (7 under) — Jack Nicklaus, first round, Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1980
63 (7 under) — Tom Weiskopf, first round, Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1980
63 (7 under) — Vijay Singh, second round, Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003

Lowest Score, Second Round

63 (7 under) — Vijay Singh, Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
64 (6 under) — Tommy Jacobs, Congressional C.C., Bethesda, Md., 1964
64 (6 under) — Rives McBee, Olympic Club, San Francisco, Calif., 1966
64 (6 under) — Curtis Strange, Oak Hill C.C., Rochester, N.Y., 1989
64 (6 under) — Mark Brooks, Southern Hills C.C., Tulsa, Okla., 2001
64 (6 under) — Woody Austin, Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003

Highest Score, Second Round

106 — W.E. Stoddard, Baltimore (Md.) C.C., 1899

Lowest Score, Third Round

64 (6 under) — Ben Crenshaw, Merion, G.C., Ardmore, Pa., 1981
64 (6 under) — Keith Clearwater, Olympic Club, San Francisco, Calif., 1987
64 (7 under) — Loren Roberts, Oakmont (Pa) C.C., 1994
65 (6 under) — Larry Nelson, Oakmont (Pa) C.C., 1983

Highest Score, Third Round

110 — O. McCammon, Myopia Hunt Club, S. Hamilton, Mass., 1898

Lowest Score, Fourth Round

63 (8 under) — Johnny Miller, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1973
64 (7 under) — Peter Jacobsen, The Country Club, Brookline, Mass., 1988
64 (6 under) — Tom Kite, Southern Hills C.C., Tulsa, Okla., 2001
64 (6 under) — Vijay Singh, Southern Hills C.C., Tulsa, Okla., 2001

Highest Score, Fourth Round

116 — O. McCammon, Baltimore (Md.) C.C., 1899

Lowest Score, 9 Holes

29 — Neal Lancaster, Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y. (fourth round, second nine), 1995
29 — Neal Lancaster, Oakland Hills C.C. (South Course), Bloomfield Hills, Mich. (second round, second nine), 1996
29 — Vijay Singh, Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill. (second round, second nine), 2003

Largest 54-Hole Lead

10 — Tiger Woods (205), Pebble Beach G.L., Pebble Beach, Calif., 2000
7 — James Barnes (217), Columbia C.C., Chevy Chase, Md., 1921
6 — Fred Herd (244), Myopia Hunt Club, S. Hamilton, Mass., 1898
6 — Willie Anderson (225), Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1903
6 — Johnny Goodman (211), North Shore G.C., Glenview, Ill., 1933

Largest 36-Hole Lead

6 — Tiger Woods (134) Pebble Beach G.L., Pebble Beach, Calif., 2000
5 — Willie Anderson (149), Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1903
4 — Tom McNamara (142), Englewood (N.J.) G.C., 1909
4 — James Barnes (144), Columbia C.C., Chevy Chase, Md., 1921

Largest 18-Hole Lead

5 — Tommy Armour (68), North Shore C.C., Glenview, Ill., 1933
4 — Olin Dutra (69), Fresh Meadow C.C., Flushing, N.Y., 1932

Largest Lead After 54 Holes, Non-Winner

5 — Mike Brady, Brae Burn C.C., West Newton, Mass., 1919

Largest Lead After 36 Holes, Non-Winner

4 — Tom McNamara, Englewood (N.J.) G.C., 1909

Largest Lead After 18 Holes, Non-Winner

5 — Tommy Armour, North Shore C.C., Glenview, Ill., 1933

Best Comeback by Winner, Final Round

7 strokes — Arnold Palmer (72-71-72-65), Cherry Hills C.C., Englewood, Colo., 1960
6 strokes — Johnny Miller (71-69-76-63), Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1973
5 strokes — Johnny Farrell (77-74-71-72), Olympia Fields (Ill.) C.C., 1928
5 strokes — Byron Nelson (72-73-71-68), Philadephia C.C., West Conshohocken, Pa., 1939
5 strokes — Lee Janzen (73-66-73-68), The Olympic Club, San Francisco, Calif., 1998

Best Comeback by Winner, Final 36 Holes

11 — Lou Graham, Medinah (Ill.) C.C., 1975

Best Comeback by Winner, Final 54 Holes

9 — Jack Fleck, Olympic Club, San Francisco, Calif., 1955

Largest Winning Margin

15 strokes — Tiger Woods (272), Pebble Beach G.L., Pebble Beach, Calif., 2000 (largest winning margin in all majors)
11 strokes — Willie Smith (315), Baltimore (Md.) C.C., 1899
9 strokes — James Barnes (289), Columbia C.C., Chevy Chase, Md., 1921

Lowest Score by Winner, First Round

63 (7 under) — Jack Nicklaus, Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1980
65 (6 under) — Tiger Woods, Pebble Beach G.L., Pebble Beach, Calif., 2000
66 (4 under) — Retief Goosen, Southern Hills C.C., Tulsa, Okla., 2001

Highest Score by Winner, First Round

91 — Horace Rawlins, Newport (R.I.) G.C., 1895

Since World War I:

78 (6 over) — Tommy Armour, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1927
78 (7 over) — Walter Hagen, Brae Burn C.C., West Newton, Mass., 1919

Since World War II:

76 (6 over) — Ben Hogan, Oakland Hills C.C., Birmingham, Mich., 1951
76 (6 over) — Jack Fleck, Olympic Club, San Francisco, Calif., 1955

Lowest Score by Winner, Second Round

64 (6 under) — Curtis Strange, Oak Hill C.C., Rochester, N.Y. 1989
65 (5 under) — Andy North, Oakland Hills C.C., Birmingham, Mich., 1985

Highest Score by Winner, Second Round

85 — Fred Herd, Myopia Hunt Club, S. Hamilton, Mass., 1898

Since World War I:

79 (7 over) — a-Robert T. Jones Jr., Scioto C.C., Columbus, Ohio, 1926

Since World War II:

73 (3 over) — Ben Hogan, Oakland Hills C.C., Birmingham, Mich., 1951
74 (3 over) — Julius Boros, The Country Club, Brookline, Mass., 1963
73 (1 over) — Jack Nicklaus, Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1972
73 (2 over) — Larry Nelson, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1983

Lowest Score by Winner, Third Round

65 (6 under) — Larry Nelson, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1983
66 (5 under) — Ernie Els, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1994
66 (4 under) — Ken Venturi, Congressional C.C., Washington, D.C., 1964

Highest Score by Winner, Third Round

83 — Willie Anderson, Myopia Hunt Club, S. Hamilton, Mass., 1901

Since World War I:

76 (4 over) — Robert T. Jones Jr., Inwood C.C., Inwood, N.Y., 1923
76 (4 over) — Tommy Armour, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1927
76 (5 over) — Julius Boros, The Country Club, Brookline, Mass., 1963
76 (5 over) — Johnny Miller, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1973
76 (6 over) — Angel Cabrera, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 2007

Lowest Score by Winner, Fourth Round

63 (8 under) — Johnny Miller, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1973
65 (6 under) — Arnold Palmer, Cherry Hills C.C., Englewood, Colo., 1960
65 (5 under) — Jack Nicklaus, Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1967

Highest Score by Winner, Fourth Round

84 — Fred Herd, Myopia Hunt Club, S. Hamilton, Mass., 1898

Since World War I:

79 (7 over) — a-Robert T. Jones Jr., Winged Foot G.C., Mamaroneck, N.Y., 1929

Since World War II:

75 (4 over) — Cary Middlecoff, Medinah C.C., Medinah, Ill., 1949
75 (4 over) — Hale Irwin, Inverness Club, Toledo, Ohio, 1979

Worst Start by Champion

91 — Horace Rawlins, Newport G.C., Newport, R.I., 1895

Since World War II:

76 — Ben Hogan, Oakland Hills C.C. (South Course), Birmingham, Mich., 1951
76 — Jack Fleck, The Olympic Club (Lake Course), San Francisco, Calif., 1955
75 — Cary Middlecoff, Medinah (Ill.) C.C. (No. 3 Course), 1949
75 — Larry Nelson, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1983
75 — Raymond Floyd, Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y., 1986

Lowest Score to Lead Field, 18 Holes

63 (7 under) — Jack Nicklaus, Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1980
63 (7 under) — Tom Weiskopf, Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1980
64 (6 under) — Lee Mackey Jr., Merion G.C., Ardmore, Pa., 1950

Highest Score, First Round

157 — J.D. Tucker, Myopia Hunt Club, S, Hamilton, Mass., 1898

Highest Score, Any Round

157 — J.D Tucker, Myopia Hunt Club, S. Hamilton, Mass, 1898

Lowest Score to Lead Field, 36 Holes

133 — Jim Furyk (67-66) and Vijay Singh (70-63), Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
134 — Jack Nicklaus (63-71), Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1980
134 — Tze-Chung Chen (65-69), Oakland Hills C.C. (South Course), Birmingham, Mich., 1985
134 — Lee Janzen (67-67), Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1993
134 — Tiger Woods (65-69), Pebble Beach G.L., Pebble Beach, Calif., 2000
134 — Phil Mickelson (68-66), Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y., 2004
134 — Shigeki Maruyama (66-68), Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y., 2004

Lowest Score to Lead Field, 54 Holes

200 — Jim Furyk, Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
203 — George Burns (69-66-68), Merion G.C. (East Course), Ardmore, Pa., 1981
203 — Tze-Chung Chen (65-69-69), Oakland Hills C. C. (South Course), Birmingham, Mich., 1985
203 — Lee Janzen (67-67-69), Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1993

Highest Score to Lead Field, 18 Holes

89 — Willie Dunn, James Foulis, and Willie Campbell, Newport G.C., Newport, R.I., 1895

Since World War II:

71 — Sam Snead, Oakland Hills C.C. (South Course), Birmingham, Mich., 1951
71 — Tommy Bolt, Julius Boros, and Dick Metz, Southern Hills C.C., Tulsa, Okla., 1958
71 — Tony Jacklin, Hazeltine National G.C., Chaska, Minn., 1970
71 — Orville Moody, Jack Nicklaus, Chi Chi Rodriguez, Mason Rudolph, Tom Shaw, and Kermit Zarley, Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1972

Highest Score to Lead Field, 36 Holes

173 — Horace Rawlins (91-82), Newport G.C., Newport, R.I., 1895 (Open played over 36 holes.)
164 — Alex Smith (82-82), Myopia Hunt Club, South Hamilton, Mass., 1901 (Open played over 72 holes)

Since World War II:

144 — "-Bobby Locke (73-71), Oakland Hills C.C. (South Course), Birmingham, Mich., 1951
144 — Tommy Bolt (67-77) and E. Harvie Ward (74-70), The Olympic Club (Lake Course), San Francisco, Calif., 1955
144 — Homero Blancas (74-70), Bruce Crampton (74-70), Jack Nicklaus (71-73), Cesar Sanudo (72-72), Lanny Wadkins (76-68), and Kermit Zarley (71-73), Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L. (1972)

Highest Score to Lead Field, 54 Holes

249 — Stewart Gardner (86-82-81), Myopia Hunt Club, South Hamilton, Mass., 1901

Since World War II:

218 — Bobby Locke (73-71-74), Oakland Hills C.C. (South Course), Birmingham, Mich., 1951
218 — Jacky Cupit (70-72-76), The Country Club, Brookline, Mass., 1963
217 — Ben Hogan (72-73-72), The Olympic Club (Lake Course), San Francisco, Calif., 1955

Highest Winning Score

331 — Willie Anderson, Myopia Hunt Club, South Hamilton, Mass., 1901 (won in playoff)

Since World War II:

293 — Julius Boros, The Country Club, Brookline, Mass., 1963 (won in playoff)
290 — Jack Nicklaus, Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1972

Fewest Sub-Par Rounds, Championships Since World War I:

0 — Brae Burn C.C., West Newton, Mass., 1919
1 — Inverness Club, Toledo, Ohio, 1920
1 — Oakland Hills C.C., Birmingham, Mich., 1924
1 — Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1927
1 — Olympia Fields C.C., Matteson, Ill., 1928
1 — Inverness Club, Toledo, Ohio, 1931
1 — Merion Cricket Club, Ardmore, Pa., 1934

Since World War II:

2 — Oakland Hills C.C., Bloomfield Hills, Mich., 1951

Most Over-Par Rounds, Championships

432 — Oakland Hills C.C. (South Course), Bloomfield Hills, Mich., 1996
427 — Philadelphia (Pa.) C.C., 1939
424 — Oakmont C.C., Oakmont, Pa., 1935

Fewest Sub-Par Rounds by Field, First Round

Since World War II:

0 — Oakland Hills C.C., Birmingham, Mich., 1951; Southern Hills C.C., Tulsa, Okla., 1958; Winged Foot G.C., Mamaroneck, N.Y., 1974; and Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y., 1986

Fewest Sub-Par Rounds by Field, Second Round

Since World War II:

0 — Oakland Hills C.C., Birmingham, Mich., 1951

Fewest Sub-Par Rounds by Field, Third Round

Since World War II:

0 — Oakland Hills C.C., Birmingham, Mich., 1951, The Country Club, Brookline, Mass., 1963

Fewest Sub-Par Rounds by Field, Fourth Round

Since World War II:

0 — Merion G.C., Ardmore, Pa., 1950; Northwood C., Dallas, Texas, 1952; Winged Foot G.C., Mamaroneck, N.Y., 1959; The Country Club, Brookline, Mass., 1963; Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y., 2004

Highest 36-Hole Cut

Since World War II:

155 (15 over) — Olympic Club, San Francisco, Calif., 1955
154 (14 over) — Southern Hills C.C., Tulsa, Okla., 1958
154 (10 over) — Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1972

Lowest 36-Hole Cut

143 (+3) — Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
144 (+4) — Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1993
145 (+1) — Medinah (Ill.) C.C., (No.3 Course), 1990
145 (+5) — Oakland Hills C.C., (South Course), Bloomfield Hills, Mich., 1985
145 (+5) — Oak Hill C.C., (East Course), Rochester, N.Y., 1989
145 (+5) — Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y., 2004

Most Players to Make Cut

108 — Oakland Hills C.C. (South Course), Bloomfield Hills, Mich., 1996
88 — Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1993

Most Players to Tie for Lead, 18 Holes

7 — Southern Hills C.C., Tulsa, Okla., 1977

Most Players to Tie for Lead, 36 Holes

6 — Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1972

Most Players to Tie for Lead, 54 Holes

4 — Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1973

Most Sub-Par Rounds, Championship

124 — Medinah (Ill.) C.C. (No. 3 Course), 1990
83 — Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
76 — Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1992
76 — Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J. 1993

Most Rounds in the 60s, Championship

83 — Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
76 — Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1993
58 — Merion G.C., Ardmore, Pa., 1981
54 — Oak Hill C.C., Rochester, N.Y., 1989

Most Sub-Par 72-Hole Totals, Championship

28 — Medinah C.C., Medinah, Ill., 1990
11 — The Country Club, Brookline, Mass., 1988
10 — Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1993

Most Sub-Par Scores, First Round

39 — Medinah (Ill.) C.C., 1990
29 — Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1992
24 — Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
23 — Hazeltine National G.C., Chaska, Minn., 1991
23 — No. 2 Course at Pinehurst (N.C.) Resort & C.C., 1999

Most Sub-Par Scores, Second Round

47 — Medinah (Ill.) C.C., 1990
38 — Olympia Fields C.C. (North Course), Olympia Fields, Ill., 2003
33 — Hazeltine National G.C., Chaska, Minn. 1991

Most Sub-Par Scores, Third Round

24 — Medinah (Ill.) C.C., 1990
22 — Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1982

Most Sub-Par Scores, Fourth Round

18 — Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1993
17 — Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1982
17 — The Country Club, Brookline, Mass., 1988

Most Sub-Par Rounds by One Player in One Championship

4 — Sam Snead, St. Louis (Mo.) C.C., 1947 (one round in playoff)
4 — Bill Casper, The Olympic Club (Lake Course), San Francisco, Calif., 1966 (one round in playoff)
4 — Lee Trevino, Oak Hill C.C. (East Course), Rochester, N.Y., 1968
4 — Tony Jacklin, Hazeltine National G.C., Chaska, Minn., 1970
4 — Lee Janzen, Baltusrol G.C. (Lower Course), Springfield, N.J., 1993
4 — Curtis Strange, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1994



Miscellaneous

Highest Score, One Hole

19 — Ray Ainsley, 16th Hole (par 4), Cherry Hills C.C., Englewood, Colo., 1938

Most Consecutive Birdies

6 — George Burns (holes 2-7), Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1982
6 — Andy Dillard (holes 1-6) Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1992

Most Consecutive 3s

8 — Hubert Green (holes 9-16) Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J., 1980
7 — Hubert Green (holes 10-16), Southern Hills C.C., Tulsa, Okla., 1977
7 — Peter Jacobsen (holes 1-7), The Country Club, Brookline, Mass., 1988

Most Consecutive Opens Started

44 — Jack Nicklaus
34 — Hale Irwin
33 — Gene Sarazen
33 — Tom Kite
32 — Arnold Palmer
31 — Sam Snead
31 — Raymond Floyd
30 — Tom Watson

Most Opens Completed, 72 Holes

35 — Jack Nicklaus (lastly in 1998)
27 — Sam Snead
27 — Hale Irwin (lastly in 2001)
26 — Gene Sarazen
26 — Raymond Floyd
25 — Gary Player
25 — Arnold Palmer

Most Consecutive Opens Completed, 72 Holes

22 — Walter Hagen (1913-36); No Championships 1917-18
22 — Gene Sarazen (1920-41)
22 — Gary Player (1958-79)
21 — Jack Nicklaus (1964-84)

Longest Span, First to Last Victory

18 years — Jack Nicklaus (1962-80)

Longest Span Between Victories

11 years — Julius Boros (1952-63), Hale Irwin (1979-90)

Most Sub-Par Rounds, Career

37 — Jack Nicklaus

Consecutive Sub-Par Rounds

6 — Sam Snead (1947-48, includes 18-hole playoff)
5 — Brian Claar (1989-90)
5 — Curtis Strange (1993-94)

Rounds in the 60s

29 — Jack Nicklaus

Consecutive Rounds in the 60s

4 — Lee Trevino (1968)
4 — Ben Crenshaw (1986-87)
4 — Lee Janzen (1993)
4 — Tiger Woods (2001-2002)

Sub-Par 72-Hole Totals

7 — Jack Nicklaus

Consecutive Sub-Par 72-Hole Totals

3 — Curtis Strange (1988-90)

Most Times Led After 54 Holes

6 — Robert T. Jones Jr.
4 — Tom Watson

Most Times Led After 18, 36, and/or 54 Holes

11 — Payne Stewart
10 — Alex Smith
9 — a-Robert T. Jones Jr.
9 — Ben Hogan
9 — Arnold Palmer
9 — Tom Watson
8 — Sam Snead

Start-to-Finish Winners (No Ties)

6 — Walter Hagen, 1914; James Barnes, 1921; Ben Hogan, 1953; Tony Jacklin, 1970; Tiger Woods, 2000, 2002

Start-to-Finish Winners (Including Ties)

9 — Willie Anderson, 1903; Alex Smith, 1906; a-Chick Evans, 1916; Tommy Bolt, 1958; Jack Nicklaus, 1972, 1980; Hubert Green, 1977; Payne Stewart, 1991; Retief Goosen, 2001 (not including names from previous category)

Players Who Led First Three Rounds But Didn’t Win

8 — Willie Smith, 1908; Mike Brady, 1912; Mike Souchak, 1960; Bert Yancey, 1968; Hale Irwin, 1984; Tze-Chung Chen, 1985, Gil Morgan, 1992; Payne Stewart, 1998

Number of Times a Leader Went on to Win

After 18 Holes — 19 times
After 36 Holes — 36 times
After 54 Holes — 48 times

Number of Playoffs

32 in 107 Championships

Won First Time Played in Open

5 — Horace Rawlins, 1895; Fred Herd, 1898; Harry Vardon, 1900; George Sargent, 1909; a-Francis Ouimet, 1913

Par-three finishes at U.S. Open Championships

1896, Shinnecock Hills, Southampton, N.Y.
1902, Garden City (N.Y.) G.C.
1909, Englewood (N.J.) G.C.
1997, Congressional C.C., Bethesda, Md.

Father and Son(s) in Same U.S. Open (Six known)

Tom Anderson Sr and Tom Jr. and Willie (Winner), 1903, Baltusrol G.C., Springfield, N.J.
Willie and Mac Hunter, 1947, St. Louis C.C., Clayton, Mo.
*Joe and Joe Jr. Kirkwood, 1948, Riviera C.C., Los Angeles, Calif.
Gary and Wayne Player, 1982, Pebble Beach G.L., Pebble Beach, Calif.
Jack and Gary Nicklaus, 1997, Congressional C.C., Bethesda, Md.
Jay and Bill Haas, 2003, Olympia Fields C.C., Olympia Fields, Ill. & *2004, Shinnecock Hills G.C., Southampton, N.Y.

* = both made cut

Longest Par-5 Holes

667 yards — 12th, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 2007
642 yards — 5th, Southern Hills C.C., Tulsa Okla., 2001
640 yards — 12th, Winged Foot (West Course), Mamaroneck, N.Y., 2006
630 yards — 16th, Olympic Club, San Francisco, Calif., 1955
630 yards — 17th, Baltusrol G.C. Club (Lower), Springfield, N.J., 1980, 1993

Longest Par-4 Holes

515 yards — 6th, Torrey Pines G.C., San Diego, Calif., 2008
514 yards — 9th, Winged Foot (West Course) G.C., Mamaroneck, N.Y., 2006
504 yards — 12th, Torrey Pines G.C., San Diego, Calif., 2008
500 yards — 15th, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 2007
499 yards — 12th, Bethpage State Park (Black Course), Farmingdale, N.Y., 2002
496 yards — 9th, Olympia Fields (Ill.) C.C. (North Course), 2003
492 yards — 10th, Bethpage State Park (Black Course), Farmingdale, N.Y., 2002
492 yards — 16th, Pinehurst Resort (No. 2), Village of Pinehurst, N.C., 2005

Longest Par-3 Holes

288 yards — 8th, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 2007
253 yards — 8th, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1927, 1935 1953 and 1962
249 yards — 8th, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1994
247 yards — 17th, Olympia Fields (Ill. C.C. (North Course), 2003
245 yards — 4th, Riviera C.C., Pacific Palisades, Calif., 1948
244 yards — 8th, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1973
243 yards — 3rd, Winged Foot (West Course) G.C., Mamaroneck, N.Y., 2006
240 yards — 8th, Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1983 and 1994

Shortest Par-5 Holes (Post-World War II)

474 yards – 9th at Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1994
477 yards – 6th at Canterbury G.C., Cleveland, Ohio, 1946
480 yards – 9th at Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1953, 1962, 1973, 1983
483 yards – 13th at Canterbury G.C., Cleveland, Ohio, 1946
483 yards – 14th at The Northwood Club, Dallas, Texas, 1952

Shortest Par-4 Holes (Post-World War II)

266 yards – 7th at The Olympic Club, San Francisco, Calif., 1955
267 yards – 14th at Torrey Pines G.C., San Diego, Calif., 2008
285 yards – 7th at The Olympic Club, San Francisco, Calif., 1966
288 yards – 7th at The Olympic Club, San Francisco, Calif., 1987, 1998
292 yards – 17th at Oakmont (Pa.) C.C., 1953, 1962

Shortest Par-3 Holes (Post-World War II)

106 yards – 7th at Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 2000
107 yards – 7th at Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1992
120 yards – 7th at Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1972, 1982
129 yards – 13th at Merion (East Course) G.C., Ardmore, Pa., 1971, 1981
133 yards – 13th at Merion (East Course) G.C., Ardmore, Pa., 1950
133 yards – 15th at Oak Hill C.C., Rochester, N.Y., 1956

Shortest holes in U.S. Open History

106 yards – 7th at Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 2000
107 yards – 7th at Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1992
108 yards – 12th at Inwood (N.Y.) C.C., 1923
120 yards – 7th at Pebble Beach (Calif.) G.L., 1972, 1982
122 yards – 12th at Midlothian C.C., Blue Island, Ill., 1914

Holes-In-One (39 total)

Jack Hobens, 147-yard 10th in second round, 1907; Eddie Towns, 1922; Leo Diegel, 146-yard 13th in second round, 1931; Zell Eaton, 1936; a-Dick Chapman, 1954; Johnny Weitzel, 1954; a-Billy Kuntz, 142-yard 11th hole, 1956; Jerry McGee, 180-yard 5th hole, 1972; Bobby Mitchell, 180-yard 5th hole, 1972; Pat Fitzsimmons, 187-yard 2nd hole, 1975; Bobby Wadkins, 1978; Tom Weiskopf, 1978; Gary Player, 1979; Tom Watson, 1980; Johnny Miller, 1982; Bill Brodell, 1982; Tom Weiskopf, 1982; Scott Simpson, 1983; Mark McCumber, 1984; Ben Crenshaw, 217-yard, 9th in second round, 1985; Doug Weaver, 159-yard 6th in second round, 1989; Mark Wiebe, 159-yard 6th in second round, 1989; Jerry Pate, 159-yard, 6th in second round, 1989; Nick Price, 159-yard 6th in second round, 1989; Jay Don Blake, 190-yard 8th hole in first round, 1990; John Inman, 194-yard 4th hole in first round, 1991; Fuzzy Zoeller, 194-yard 4th hole in second round, 1991; Mike Hulbert, 198-yard 12th hole in first round, 1993; Sandy Lyle, 206-yard 12th hole in fourth round, 1993; Gary Hallberg, 182-yard 7th hole in third round, 1995; Chris Perry, 196-yard 13th hole in 3rd round, 1998; Todd Fischer, 108-yard 7th hole in second round, 2000; Phil Mickelson, 174-yard 6th hole in 2nd round, 2001; Olin Browne, 165-yard 11th hole in 4th round, 2001; Shigeki Maruyama, 161-yard 14th hole in second round, 2002; Andy Miller, 205-yard 3rd hole in fourth round, 2002; Scott Hoch, 207-yard 17th hole in fourth round, 2002; a-Spencer Levin, 179-yard, 17th hole in first round, 2004; Peter Jacobsen, 175-yard 9th hole in third round, 2005; Peter Hedblom, 238-yard 3rd hole in third round, 2006

Note: Records for holes-in-one are not available for all years.

a = amateur

Foreign-born winners of the Open (23 players, 29 times)
1895 — Horace Rawlins, England
1896 — James Foulis, Scotland
1897 — Joe Lloyd, England
1898 — Fred Herd, Scotland
1899 — Willie Smith, Scotland
1900 — Harry Vardon, England
1901 — Willie Anderson, Scotland
1902 — Laurence Auchterlonie, Scotland
1903 — Willie Anderson, Scotland
1904 — Willie Anderson, Scotland
1905 — Willie Anderson, Scotland
1906 — Alex Smith, Scotland
1907 — Alex Ross, Scotland
1908 — Fred McLeod, Scotland
1909 — George Sargent, England
1910 — Alex Smith, Scotland
1920 — Edward Ray, England
1921 — James Barnes, England
1924 — Cyril Walker, England
1925 — William Marfarlane, Scotland
1927 — Tommy Armour, Scotland
1965 — Gary Player, South Africa
1970 — Tony Jacklin, England
1981 — David Graham, Australia
1994 — Ernie Els, South Africa
1997 — Ernie Els, South Africa
2001 — Retief Goosen, South Africa
2004 — Retief Goosen, South Africa
2005 — Michael Campbell, New Zealand
2006 — Geoff Ogilvy, Austrailia
2007 — Angel Cabrera, Argentina



The Last Time It Happened

Last foreign winner

2007 — Angel Cabrera, Argentina

Last to defend title successfully

Curtis Strange, 1989

Last to win three consecutive Opens

Willie Anderson, 1903-05

Last winner who won the Open on his first try

Francis Ouimet, 1913

Last winner to win the Open on his second try

Jerry Pate, T-18th in first in 1975, winner in 1976

Last amateur to win Open

John Goodman, 1933

Last start-to-finish winner (no ties)

Tiger Woods, 2002

Last winner to win money title in same year

Tiger Woods, 2002

Last winner to birdie the 72nd hole

Lee Janzen, 1993

Last winner to birdie the 72nd hole to force a playoff

Hale Irwin, 1990

Last winner to birdie the 72nd hole to win by one stroke

a-Robert T. Jones Jr., 1926

Last winner to birdie the 72nd hole to win by two strokes

Lee Janzen, 1993

Last to win without a round in the 60s

Geoff Ogilvy, Austrialia, 2006

Last to win with all rounds in the 60s

Lee Janzen, 1993

Last to win with a round in the 80s

80, John McDermott, playoff in 1911

Last to win with a round of 77

Sam Parks Jr., in first round, 1935

Last to win with a round of 76

Johnny Miller, in third round, 1973

Last to win with a round of 75

Payne Stewart, in playoff, 1991

Last to win after being in sectional qualifying

Michael Campbell, 2005

Last to win after being in local and sectional qualifying

Orville Moody, 1969

Last winner between age 20-29

Geoff Ogilvy was age 29, 2006

Last winner between age 30-39

Michael Campbell was age 36, 2005

Last winner over age 40

Payne Stewart was 42, 1999 (6th oldest in history)

Last winner who received a special exemption

Hale Irwin, 1990

Last defending champion to miss the cut

Michael Campbell, 2006

Last to win without a sub-par round

Geoff Ogilvy, 2006