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  1. Champion: -16 Brooks Koepka
  2. -12 Brian Harman, Hideki Matsuyama
  3. -11 England's Tommy Fleetwood
  4. BBC Radio 5 live sports extra: 21:30-01:00 BST

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By Jack Skelton and Luke Reddy

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This is where we leave you. Thanks from all the live text team for following these past four days.

Not your typical US Open. Not your expected winner. But a cracking tournament nonetheless. Well played Brooks Koepka.

The Masters was a stormer too this year. Gauntlet thrown down. Can The Open respond in kind at Birkdale next month?

We'll see you then. Take care for now. Bye.

Birkdale calling...

Will the winner of the 117th US Open win the 146th Open?

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A-list (well, kind of)

Brooks needs some shades from all those flash lights.

You'd have to say, he's not yet at that level of sportsman where you'd instantly recognise him walking into your local kebab house. A win at The Open though and he'd be kicked on a bit in terms of social standing. Speaking of which...

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Daddy did win it girls...

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"Had to bust out my trophy to convince my girls that I won this thing!!!! Huge congrats to my man Brooks Koepka," writes Graeme McDowell on Instagram.

No one can take that away from you G-Mac...

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Sorry dad...

Brooks Koepka has told the media he did not get his dad a Father's Day card. This likely makes up for it. Maybe buy him some socks or a deodorant set from the $2m kitty.

Final US Open leaderboard

US unless stated.

-16 B Koepka

-12 H Matsuyama (Jpn), B Harman

-11 T Fleetwood (Eng)

-10 X Schauffele, B Haas, R Fowler

-9 C Hoffman

-8 T Mullinax, B Snedeker, J Thomas

-7 JB Holmes

-6 B Steele,P Reed, S W Kim (Kor)

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From one US Open champ to another...

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The 2013 US Open champion Justin Rose congratulates Brooks Koepka on his victory.

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'Koepka was phenomenal'

Fleetwood finishes fourth

Tommy Fleetwood should be proud of his fourth-placed finish on 11 under. He shot a level-par round of 72 to finish and, as the man himself acknowledged, he needed something otherworldly to stay with playing partner Brooks Koepka.

Fleetwood, speaking to Sky Sports, said:"You never know how you're going to react being up there in the final round - you've got to deal with that and it's all new for me.

"I felt really comfortable yesterday - I didn't play how I wanted to today, it was fine still but you can't do too much about [how Koepka played], can you?

"He was brilliant, the shots he hit down the stretch, you can't describe how hard some of them are.

"He was phenomenal - I would've like to have played like that. I played well enough to do it yesterday but didn't quite have it today.

"It was windy and he shot five under, fair play."

A US win forged in Europe

US Open champion Brooks Koepka, speaking to Sky Sports: "I was way more confident this week than I've ever been.

"I was striking it really well and putting the ball right in the fairway and then I was putting so well.

"A couple of years ago I was one of four guys crammed in a mini car, with four golf bags, on the European Challenge Tour and now I'm the US Open champion.

"It really helped in the wind today, having cut my teeth over there in Europe and having played in different conditions.

"I've not won as much as I'd like to on the PGA Tour but this'll do.

"Playing in the Ryder Cup also helped tremendously - it teaches you how to stay in the moment and I did an unbelievable job of that this week."

Ah yes, Koepka finally raises the trophy with a broad grin to the applause of the gallery.

That's better.

Brooks Koepka
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Koepka wins the US Open

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"What I've done this week is amazing. To be in the same category as some of the guys on this trophy is unbelievable. This is truly special, it really is."

Koepka joins names like Woods, Nicklaus, Player, Hogan, McIlroy, etc...

'Erin Hills suited me'

Koepka wins the US Open

The champion speaks to Fox Sports: "It's unbelievable. I don't know what to say right now but it's pretty cool. To do it where I played the US amateurs is special. It's a real team effort. Everybody putt in a lot of work. It's a special moment.

"It's awesome to get the calls and texts I got last night. It was special for people to give me advice and saying to stick to what I've done. That's what I did and it was great.

"It was bombs away, you could hit it far and the fairways were generous enough. That was a big plus for me. I'm a big ball striker. On some of these par fives I don't even need to hit driver to get there and I putted brilliantly this week too."

Shout out to Brooks senior

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A touching tweet from Koepka Snr who also gives a nod to winning caddie Ricky Elliot.

If Elliot is on 10% he's picked up around $200,000 or over £150,000 this week.

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Apparently that slightly weird trophy presentation was for the benefit of the host broadcaster.

Hopefully we might have a better one to come where Brooks Koepka might be able to express himself a bit more in front of the fans.

Brooks gets a gold medal

Koepka (-16)

A tournament official spells it out: "Since 1895, the USGA has awarded its champion a solid gold medal. It's our honour to present you with the Jack Nicklaus medal."

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Brooks Koepka has just been handed the trophy.

Low-key doesn't even cut it.

A stilted speech from USGA President Diana M. Murphy before she hands him the cup.

Koepka gives it a sheepish raise before he's forced to deliver some more platitudes.

The poor guy just looks like he wants to shoot off and celebrate in style instead of this slightly bizarre presentation.

This is the seventh major in a row that has been claimed by a first-time champion.

Brooks Koepka joins Sergio Garcia, Jimmy Walker, Henrik Stenson, Dustin Johnson, Danny Willett and Jason Day.

Will the streak extend to eight at The Open next month? Or can an experienced hand break it?

Winning combination

Koepka (-16)

Good driving and solid approach work got the job done...


Koepka found 62 greens from 72 all week and 47 fairways from 56.

Expensive misses...

Harman (-12) Thomas (-8)

Back on the 18th we are just finishing up the places. Brian Harman is hitting his fourth into this par five, it's a short chip and he botches it. He looks a bit done in and will have 40ft for par.

Justin Thomas has a birdie look from 10ft.

Harman misses his putt and that means Hideki Matsuyama is making hundreds of thousands of dollars by sitting in the clubhouse.

Thomas for birdie and nine under...sums up his day... wide. Harman for bogey... job done.

Sir Nick's observation

Fleetwood (-11) Koepka (-16)

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Koepka had just one PGA Tour win to his name prior to this week - the 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open.

US Open champion has a much better ring to it.

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Nothing to say sorry for...

Jay Townsend

BBC Radio 5 live at Erin Hills

Brooks looked almost apologetic about winning. His girlfriend looks more excited right now. I think his emotion is now coming and it's kind of delayed. Now he's thinking 'wow, I actually won this thing'.


Oddly muted celebration from Brooks Koepka on the green, almost apologetic as Tommy Fleetwood goes over to be the first man to congratulate the new champion.

The burly 27-year-old American strides off the green to the cheers of the home crowd and is greeted by his girlfriend.

He climbs onto a golf buggy and the gravity of what he's achieved finally hits him.

He takes off his cap and buries his face in it. Well done that man. Sublime golf today to cap a stellar week.

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The winner

Koepka -16 (67)

Iain Carter

BBC golf correspondent at Erin Hills

The shortest of putts to complete a first major victory. he has done it in brilliant style. At 16 under, he ties the record with Rory McIlroy in terms of par at the US Open. What a fabulous final round. Birdies on the first two holes and then grabbing the trophy with three birdies in a row on 14, 15 and 16.


Koepka -16 (67)

Koepka approaches his par putt, just two feet or so to navigate.

And he does in typical composed fashion to claim his first major.

He also ends on 16 under, equalling Rory McIlroy's record for the lowest winning score in relation to par in US Open history.


Fleetwood (-11)

Iain Carter

BBC golf correspondent at Erin Hills

I'm sure we will see Tommy Fleetwood in the Ryder Cup team. He has conducted himself brilliantly all week. You can only be impressed with him this week.

Fleetwood -11 (72)

Here's Fleetwood with his birdie effort on the last. It looks good but slides past. A nervy distance past actually.

Tough par putt to finish. Knock it in fella.

He does. Fourth place outright. Big week for the 26-year-old from Southport.

He was wonderful yesterday and solid today with a level-par 72. He needed golf from the gods to beat Koepka though.

Tommy Fleetwood

Koepka (-16 after 17)

So 41ft for goes Koepka.

It's a wonderful read, on line and well-paced but just short. He will tap in for a par that will secure him the US Open title.

Koepka (-16 after 17)

Brooks Koepka will pick up around $2.1m for winning. Even with the dire exchange rate that's about £1.6m.

As we told you earlier, he's a Manchester United fan. He could invest that bounty in around eight houses in the Manchester area. Go on Brooks, spend it wisely son.

Dollar bills.
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Koepka (-16 after 17)

Koepka's feet are below his ball and he opts to just bunt it forward and place it on the green.

A very long birdie putt to come but he shouldn't drop a shot here.

The $500,000 hole

Harman (-13 after 17)

A heads up for Brian Harman, who finds rough off the tee on 18. The difference between finishing third and second is about $500,000. That's about £400,000. No pressure. Harman has a one-shot cushion from Hideki Matsuyama.

Winner: $2.16 millionRunner-up: $1.3 million

3rd: $804,023
4th: $563,642
5th: $469,460

Fleetwood (-11 after 17)

Fleetwood has hacked out of the rough stuff out right and has 241 yards to go with his third shot.

He goes right as well but sends it on the green and gives himself an outside chance of birdie.

Hmm, a very outside chance as the ball drifts out back.

Koepka (-16 after 17)

Koepka has 272 yards to go. It starts off right and doesn't come quite far enough back.

He might have put the handbrake on there, no reason to go too hard.

Hang on, the ball keeps on trundling down towards the bunker - it's only the ridge of rough that has stopped it dropping in the sand.

That'll be a tough stance for the champion-elect. He's coped with everything else this week, mind.

Closing birdie!

Fowler (-10) Kim (-6)

Rickie Fowler

Rickie Fowler, promises so much, delivers a lot but once again does not take the big reward. His eagle putt on the last leaves about 10ft for birdie and it's in. You have to admire that kind of grind as he kept at it despite seeing another major slide away.

He will win one one day you'd have to think. That said, Lee Westwood was probably thinking that about his chances for several years.

Kim Si-woo is home at six under. Tied for 13th.

Fleetwood (-11 after 17), Koepka (-16 after 17)

Brooks Koepka

Are you allowed to hit a three wood this far?

Koepka absolutely smears his tee shot at the last, just shy of 380 yards. Stunning power but he's shown plenty of touch here today too.

Fleetwood thwacks his effort waaaay right. No spectators out there so a marshall locates it.

On a down slope in thick rough. Oh dear.

Eagle look...

Fowler (-9 after 17)

Chris Latchem

BBC Radio 5 live commentator at Erin Hills

Rickie Fowler's second on 18, he gives it a pump and wants it to bite. It skips up to the green and he will get an eagle putt which could move him to 11 under.

Koepka (-16 after 17)

Nails. No dramas as Koepka makes par at 17.

A birdie (or better) at the last and we'll see a new lowest winning score in relation to par at the US Open.

Harman's week of weeks...

Jay Townsend

BBC Radio 5 live at Erin Hills

I don't think we will see Brian Harman regularly on major championship leaderborads. Major championships are built around powerful, big hitting players. Those guys tend to perform the best in majors. Brooks Koepka is textbook.

Brian Harman
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But Harman will be there week in week out on the PGA Tour and he will play well. I think he has taken advantage of a good week for him this week at a major.

Fleetwood (-11 after 17)

Fleetwood goes at his birdie attempt but leaves it short and taps in for a respectable par.

Tommy Fleetwood
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US unless stated.

-16 B Koepka

-13 B Harman

-12 H Matsuyama (Jpn)

-11 T Fleetwood (Eng)

-10 X Schauffele, B Haas

-9 R Fowler, C Hoffman

-8 T Mullinax, J Thomas, B Snedeker

-7 JB Holmes

-6 B Steele,P Reed, S W Kim (Kor)

Selected others: -5, S Stricker, B Wiesberger (Aut), E Pepperell (Eng), -4, D Lingmerth (Swe), S Garcia (Spa), -3, L Oosthuizen (SA), -2, P Casey (Eng), -1, Z Johnson, J Lovemark, M Lieshman (Aus), E, M Laird (Sco) +1, J Speith, M Kaymer (Ger), M Fitzpatrick (Eng), +2, A Johnston (Eng), +3, S Lowry (Ire) +7, E Els (SA), L Westwood (Eng)

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