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By the numbers: Key stats from DJ's U.S. Open win

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Dustin Johnson won his first major title with a three-shot victory at the U.S. Open. Here are the key stats from the final round at Oakmont.

Dustin Johnson

• First career major victory; 10th career PGA Tour win

• Fifth player last 100 years to win U.S. Open year after finishing runner-up

• Other players to do that – Tiger Woods, Payne Stewart, Jack Nicklaus and Bobby Jones

• 10 top-10s in majors since 2010 before this victory

• Ninth consecutive season with PGA Tour win (longest active streak)

• 12th consecutive U.S. Open round inside top 6

• Longest such streak in U.S. Open last 30 years

• One shy of largest 54-hole deficit overcome in career

• Hit 14 or more GIR in three of four rounds this week

Jim Furyk

• T-2; also finished T-2 in 2007 U.S. Open at Oakmont

• Third runner-up finish in U.S. Open (fourth in any major)

• 66 in final round; one shot off lowest final round in a major

• Best worldwide finish since win at RBC Heritage

Scott Piercy

• T-2; best career finish in a major championship

• Previous best major finish – T-5 at 2013 PGA

Shane Lowry

• 76 in final round; made only one birdie

• Led by four strokes entering final round

• Third player in U.S. Open history to lose 54-hole lead of four or more shots

• First to do so since Payne Stewart in 1998

Sergio Garcia

• 11th top-5 finish in major championship (zero wins)

• 21st top-10 finish in major championship

• Played last five holes of tournament in 3 over

• Played holes 14-18 in 5 over last two rounds

Branden Grace

• Bogeyed three of last five holes in final round

• Fifth or better in three of last five major starts

• Second straight top-5 in U.S. Open (T-4 last year)