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Brooks Koepka has won back-to-back U.S. Open titles, becoming just the seventh person to accomplish that feat and first since Curtis Strange won in 1988 and '89. Koepka carded a 68 in the final round at Shinnecock Hills for a one-stroke victory over Tommy Fleetwood, who tied a U.S. Open record with a final-round 63. Fleetwood just missed a 62 as his birdie putt from 8 feet on No. 18 broke right and scooted past the hole. World No. 1 Dustin Johnson finished two shots behind Koepka and Tony Finau wound four strokes back in fifth place after the three entered the final round as part of a four-way
tie atop the leaderboard with Daniel Berger.

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