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  1. Jordan Spieth wins US Open -5
  2. D. Johnson & Oosthuizen finish -4
  3. Grace, Smith & Scott finish -3
  4. McIlroy finishes level, round of 66
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By Mike Henson and Peter Scrivener

All times stated are UK

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What a tournament, one to live in the memory for years to come.

We are heading off to dream dreams of squirmy putts and crazy greens.

The Open is just 20 days away. Think of that.

See you next time.

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Jordan Spieth holds up his trophy
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Darren Clarke: "Congrats to @JordanSpieth but feel for @DJohnsonPGA Was a gentleman with me at RSG in 2011. His time will come."

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Luke Donald: "Happy for @JordanSpieth and his whole team. What a player, but an even better person #GolfIsInGoodHands."

If either of the big two parties need a presidential candidate for 2016, then this lad could bring in a landslide.

Jordan Spieth pays fulsome tribute to his family, so articulate and heartfelt that his father has suddenly got a bit of grit in his eye.

The interviewer attempts to lure him onto the rocks with a question about what he made of holding the tournament at Chambers Bay. Nice try, no cigar.

Spieth pays tribute to the volume of support that the fans provided saying that he now understands why NFL teams struggle to travel to Seattle Seahawks.

Neatly skipping round any mention of the controversial course itself.

Jordan Spieth pays tribute to his caddy Michael Grella - a local of the Pacific North West - before saying that going to St Andrews - which he refers to as "the home of golf" - for the Open is his sole focus now.

"You can't win them all without winning the first two," he says of the career and calendar Grand Slam.

Jordan Spieth claps
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Jordan Spieth is a the sort of guy you hope you get as a son-in-law.

He was magnanimous in hunting out Dustin Johnson for a conciliatory handshake before patiently waiting for a patron to finish using the loo.

Now he strides back onto the 18th green to pick up the spoils.

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Lee Westwood: "Many congratulations @JordanSpieth ! On a roll kid!"

Jordan Spieth is the youngest winner of the US Open in 92 years, since Bobby Jones in 1923.

He is the fourth youngest player ever to win two Major titles.

He holds the Masters and US Open titles. Rory McIlroy is the man in possession of the Open and US PGA titles.

With that rivalry, I think golf has found its post-Tiger future.

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Luke Donald: "Golf can be utterly brutal sometimes."

Graeme McDowell: "Taking nothing away from the legend that is @JordanSpieth but I feel sick for @DJohnsonPGA. His first major will be seriously overdue."

Ian Poulter: "Congrats to @JordanSpieth first 2 majors of the year, also gutted to see @DJohnsonPGA miss out on the last hole with a 3 putt."

Sergio Garcia: "I hate seeing that! Poor @DJohnsonPGA he deserved a chance on the play off tomorrow!"

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Andrew Priestley: "This golf is incredible! My eyes literally can't believe what they are seeing. That could be the tiredness though!! #bbcgolf"

Jay Townsend

Former American professional golfer on BBC Radio 5 live

Dustin Johnson misses his putt on the 18th
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"This is going to leave a mark on Dustin Johnson. This is going to be tough to get back from. I don't care who you are three putting from 12 feet."

"I'm in shock and I feel bad for Dustin," says Jordan Spieth.

It was such a drama that even the protagonists were sucked into the emotional blender.

Just a 100% proof sporting spectacle. What a script, what a finale.

Jay Townsend

Former American professional golfer on BBC Radio 5 live

Dustin Johnson walks off the 18th hole
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"I just feel so bad for Dustin Johnson and at the same time I feel elation for Jordan Spieth just an amazing result"

Jordan Spieth celebrates
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Jubilant scenes in camp Spieth, meanwhile Dustin Johnson plucks his young son from the arms of partner Paulina Gretzky as if desperately clutching for an instant shot of perspective.

He looks absolutely shell-shocked.

Jay Townsend

Former American professional golfer on BBC Radio 5 live

"I'm in disbelief"

Spieth wins US Open

And he has missed!

Extraordinary. Dustin Johnson cuffs his putt just by the hole.

His ugly three-putt has cost him the title and then a play-off.

Jordan Spieth, watching behind the scenes, is enveloped in the arms of friends and family.

Jay Townsend

Former American professional golfer on BBC Radio 5 live

"You could knock me over with a feather. I did not think he would hit that putt that hard."

Just wide. But quite a lot long!

Dustin Johnson overcooks his putt by a good four to five feet.

He has to make this back the other way for a play-off..

Dustin Johnson is taking an long, hard look at the this from all angles. As you would with victory hanging on this prod of the putter.

Here we go...

Day finishes level par

Jason Day's birdie put skims a good four feet past. It is like sheet ice along that line.

Johnson tells Day to tap it in, which he does for a level par finish.

Now Dustin, how's the nerves?

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Luke Donald: "If this goes to a playoff, not sure the greens can take another 18 holes! maybe they should just play it at another course."

Dustin Johnson waits on the green
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This putt is over a very slick stretch of green.

It is closer to the hole than Spieth had, but perhaps more tricky.

Dustin Johnson will have plenty of time to mull it over as well as Jason Day plonks his bunker shot out and further away than Johnson's ball.

I can't take much more of this.

Dustin Johnson steps up with his five iron and catches it sweet as a nut, running the ball up the back stop and back down and to within ten feet.

He will have this putt to win the US Open. Can he succeed where Spieth failed>

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Graeme McDowell: "That tee shot from DJ was outrageous....... What a finish.

Sergio Garcia: ‏"Back to my point, this is such a great championship @usopengolf that's why it deserves the best quality!!

Spieth all done on -5


Spieth gives it every chance, but his putt sits just short and wide.

He taps in for his birdie, taking Louis Oosthuizen out of the equation.

An eagle for Dustin Johnson - on the back of a great tee shot - would snatch the title from his hands.

Branden Grace looks frustrated
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Branden Grace has a poke up the hill from 20 feet for birdie. He is a couple of inches right and a couple of feet past.

A perfect guider for Jordan Spieth though.

The American steps up to take a look at an eagle putt that could land him his second Major of the year. Fifteen feet to the hole. To glory.

Here we go...

Luke Donald ‏on Twitter: "What a couple of shots by Spieth on 18!!"

South African cricketer AB de Villiers: "No matter who wins, this was well worth the effort of staying up all night! Incredible action #USOpen2015 @usopengolf"

Johnson to -4

Dustin Johnson celebrates
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The challenges are coming in from all angles.

Dustin Johnson - who seemed dead and buried - keeps up some pressure behind Jordan Spieth, holing his birdie putt on 17 to move to four under.

He is still in this, striding to the 18th tee on exactly the score Spieth did.

And he has hit a howitzer right down the middle of the last.

You just can't call this. What drama.

Is that the shot that finally puts this to bed? Jordan Spieth nails his 280-yard second on the 18th, riding the ramp at the back of the green and finishing up within 15 feet.

He will have a putt for an eagle and six under. Two putts for five under and a birdie. Not worth thinking about anything else surely?

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Graeme McDowell: This is crazy stuff..... Jordan makes birdie to win?

Sergio Garcia: This is getting crazy!! 4 guys still in it after @JordanSpieth double on 17! Nail bitter!

Jordan Spieth with his putter

Jordan Spieth, what have you got for us?

The American is under so much pressure, they will need to treat him for the bends after this.

He steps up to the 18th tee, chats over his tee shot and wallops one.

Where has that gone? "Be soft," Spieth pleads as the ball bounces. He needn't have worried that is just dandy.

He needs a birdie to finish this tonight. And that is a good first step towards it.

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John Patrick on Twitter: "#bbcgolf who said this was all over ??? #commentatorscurse"

Spieth to -4

Would you believe it!?

Jordan Spieth's tiddly little putt to make a bogey refuses to drop. It never even looked likely either, sliding past from three feet.

Groans all around the gallery, followed by encouraging roars. Spieth marches off to the last amid a maelstrom.

Have his senses and skills been scrambled or can he collect himself to pull through?

Oosthuizen done on -4

Louis Oosthuizen hits a drive
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Meanwhile over on the 18th, ice-cool Louis Oosthuizen has knocked in his birdie putt to rack up his sixth birdie in seven holes.

He finishes his day on four under and sits back to wait and see.

Jordan Spieth misses with his par putt on 16, not enough legs and he has one of those twitchy little three-footer for a bogey. Five under at best for the American.

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Sergio Garcia on Twitter: "What a putt from Jordan Spieth on 16! Wow"

Former England batsmen Kevin Pietersen on Twitter: "Helluva over! #Spieth"

Jordan Spieth crouches on the green

Now then. Is there another twist in the tale?

Jordan Spieth apparently had the tournament signed, sealed and delivered on the 16th green.

He contrives to reopen the betting with a dog of a tee shot on the par-three 17th, spraying short, left and into the tangled stuff.

He punches out with a decent-enough recovery shot, but this is a roller-coaster 20-footer just to make par.

Louis Oosthuizen's run of birdies has come to an end with a par on 17.

The South African has also found sand on the par-five 18. He remains on three under.