American men have won nine of the past 10 majors and The Open is a chance for a first sweep since 1982.
Gary Woodland celebrated his first major title after holding his nerve to see off the challenge of Brooks Koepka on Sunday.
While he was unable to win a third straight U.S. Open, Brooks Koepka was satisfied with his performance.
American Gary Woodland held his nerve to claim his maiden major title at Pebble Beach on Sunday.
Eyeing a third straight U.S. Open title, Brooks Koepka started the final round at Pebble Beach in style.
Gary Woodland carded a two-under-par 69 to be 11 under through 54 holes, one stroke ahead of world number four Justin Rose on Saturday.
U.S. Open leader Gary Woodland is relishing the race to the finish line at Pebble Beach, where he has a one-shot advantage.
After winning four of the past eight majors he has played, Brooks Koepka is full of confidence at the U.S. Open.
Gary Woodland is looking to consolidate his lead in round three at Pebble Beach, where the stars are looming.
With Brooks Koepka lurking, Justin Rose is aware of the challenge ahead at Pebble Beach.