F-1: Winner of 2023 U.S. Open
F-2: From the 2023 U.S. Open, the low 10 scorers and ties
F-11: Those who qualified and were eligible for the season-ending 2023 Tour Championship

Clark followed up his maiden PGA Tour win at the Wells Fargo Championship in May by winning his first major championship by one stroke over Rory McIlroy at The Los Angeles Country Club. Clark, who had missed the cut in his two previous U.S. Open starts, carded a final-round 70, which included remarkable up-and-down pars on Nos. 9, 11 and 17. He added a third PGA Tour title in February at the rain-shortened AT&T National Pro-Am at Pebble Beach. The Denver, Colo., native grew up at Cherry Hills Country Club, site of three U.S. Opens and a U.S. Women's Open. His decorated amateur career included a pair of Colorado state high school titles at Valor Christian, the same school that produced current San Francisco 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey. Clark played on the school's basketball team with McCaffrey. Clark starred at Oklahoma State before transferring to the University of Oregon for the 2016-17 season, where he won the Pacific-12 Conference title and was named Golfweek magazine's Player of the Year. Clark lost his mother, Lise, to breast cancer in 2012. His father, Randall, was a former collegiate and professional tennis player before injuries ended his career.

U.S. Open Record

YEAR
SITE
SCORES
TO PAR
FINISH
2023
The Los Angeles Country Club (North Course)
64-67-69-70--270
-10
WIN
2022
The Country Club
70-74
+4
MC
2021
Torrey Pines Golf Course (South Course)
75-72
+5
MC

YEAR

2023

SITE

The Los Angeles Country Club (North Course)

SCORES

64-67-69-70--270

TO PAR

-10

FINISH

WIN

YEAR

2022

SITE

The Country Club

SCORES

70-74

TO PAR

+4

FINISH

MC

YEAR

2021

SITE

Torrey Pines Golf Course (South Course)

SCORES

75-72

TO PAR

+5

FINISH

MC

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