Bryson Dechambue won her first U.S. Open on Sunday, beating Matthew Wolf in the final round.
With the win, Dechambue won more than $ 2.2 million in prize money. Completed the 6-under para for the tournament. This is the lowest score recorded on the winged foot. His previous best finish in the tournament came in 2016 when he was tied for 15th place.
Wolf also made significant changes. Earned more than $ 1.3 million. Louis Ost Stuysen, who completed 2 overs, received $ 861,000 and Harris English, who completed 3 overs, received $ 603,000.
The 27-year-old Decambo kept pace with the leaders over the weekend. He shot 69 in the first round, 68 in the second round and 70 in the third round in one ear advancing to the final round. He put on a stellar performance and overcame Wolf to win.
He finished the fourth round with 67 runs.
The tournament took place on one of the most difficult PGA courses – Winged Foot, located in Mammeronek, NY
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