Jordan Spieth may have won his second straight major title on Sunday, but Dustin Johnson's big choke at the U.S. Open stole the show at Chambers Bay.
Johnson had a chance to win in the final hole -- except he blew it when it took three putts to sink the ball.
Johnson's disastrous blow provided the 21-year-old Spieth, who was down earlier in the tournament with a double-bogey, with a clutch recovery at the final green.
Watch how it went down:
Watch Dustin Johnson's missed putts to win and force a playoff pic.twitter.com/7tsIAGv9vG
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) June 22, 2015
— Woody Wommack (@RivalsWoody) June 22, 2015
The Guardian called it "A Chamber Bay of horrors"...
JORDAN SPIETH IS THE 2015 US OPEN CHAMPION!!! Poor old Dustin Johnson joins the Doug Sanders Club. He prods a terrible putt to the left of the hole, and that’s yet more major-championship heartbreak for the big man. A Chambers Bay of horrors. But it was Spieth who seized the day.
Others did not hold back on how cringe-worthy Johnson's blunder was:
What a heartbreaker for Dustin Johnson #USOpen
— J. B. (@zomboof) June 22, 2015
— Tysen Allumbaugh (@tysenallumbaugh) June 22, 2015
With Gretzky watching, Dustin Johnson putts for a hat trick on 72nd hole of #USOpen. Painful for all golfers to witness.
— Kevin J. Palmersheim (@KevJPalmersheim) June 22, 2015
"I'm in shock," Spieth told The Associated Press. He now heads to St. Andrews where he'll chase the Grand Slam title. He is the sixth player to have clinched the Masters and the U.S. Open in the same year. He also walks away with the $1.8 million prize money.
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