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articleOn Sunday, Jordan Spieth became the youngest player since 1923 to win the U.S. Open. 'You only get a few moments in your life like this,' he said afterward. (USGA/Steven Gibbons)Spieth Holds On In Open Finish for the Ages
articleJordan Spieth examines his name on the U.S. Open Championship Trophy, etched into history shortly after his victory on Sunday. (USGA/Darren Carroll)Spieth Joins Elite Company, Halfway to Major History
articleBrian Campbell shot 68 on Sunday to finish the 2015 U.S. Open at 5-over par and earn low amateur honors. (USGA/Darren Carroll)Notebook: Campbell Finishes as Low Amateur
articleRory McIlroy moved into the conversation on Sunday with a 4-under 66, and later said he hit the ball at Chambers Bay better than he ever had in a major. (USGA/Michael Cohen)Round 4 Notable and Quotable
articleDustin Johnson had a golden opportunity to win his first major on Sunday, but is keeping a positive outlook despite things slipping away. (USGA/Darren Carroll)More Major Heartbreak for DJ
articleCaddie master Nate Spitzer (left) did all he could to help stricken Tom O'Connell, the father of Dan (center) and T.J., after a round at Chambers Bay. A memorial plaque sits beside the 18th green. (USGA/Steven Gibbons)Final Round: Brothers Remember Their Dad at 18th Green