Key stats from Spieth's historic U.S. Open win

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Jordan Spieth captured his second straight major after Dustin Johnson three-putted the 18th green. Here's a look at some key stats on the final round of the U.S. Open provided by Golf Channel's editorial research unit.

• Jordan Spieth: At age 21, youngest to win Masters and U.S. Open in career

• Previous youngest to do it – Jack Nicklaus at age 23

• Sixth to win Masters and U.S. Open in same season (2002, Tiger Woods; 1972, Jack Nicklaus; 1960, Arnold Palmer; 1953, Ben Hogan; 1951, Ben Hogan; 1941, Craig Wood)

• Youngest to win second major since Gene Sarazen in 1922

• Youngest to win U.S. Open since Bobby Jones in 1923

• Fifth win in last 18 worldwide starts (third of 2015)

• Only three-time winner on PGA Tour this season

• Finished birdie-double-birdie to post 5 under par

• Hit 76.4% greens in regulation (T-5 in the field)

• 1.75 putting average this week (T-15 in field)

• 18 birdies this week, tied for most in field

• T-36, T-44 in only two Open Championship starts


• Dustin Johnson: three-putt on 18th hole (had eagle putt to win)

• Second career runner-up finish in majors (2011 Open Championship)

• Ninth career top-10 finish in majors (0 wins)

• 18 birdies this week, tied for most in field

• 0-for-2 converting 54-hole leads in majors (2010 U.S. Open)

• Fourth time in final pairing in a major (0 wins)


Louis Oosthuizen: 29 on back nine Sunday; ties lowest nine holes in U.S. Open history

• 199 total over last three rounds; lowest such score in U.S. Open history

• 199 ties lowest score over any 54 holes in U.S. Open history

• 77 in first round; was tied for 135th after 18 holes

• Birdied seven of last eight holes to finish tournament


Adam Scott: bogey-free 64; one shot off lowest final round in U.S. Open history

• T-4, best career finish in U.S. Open

• Eighth top-5 finish in a major championship (seventh since 2011)

• Did not make a bogey over last 23 holes of tournament


• Cameron Smith: T-4 finish; earns berth in 2016 Masters

Branden Grace: T-4; first top-15 finish in any major championship

Charl Schwartzel: Played last 14 holes in 6 under to finish seventh


Rory McIlroy: T-9, fourth straight top-10 finish in majors

• Was 6 under through 13 holes today (2 over last five holes)

• 45 under in last four majors (second best in span: Scott, 23 under)