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Follow along as we track all the action on the final day at Pebble Beach. 

By The SI Staff
June 16, 2019

Gary Woodland held off a charge by Brooks Koepka to win the U.S. Open by three shots

Below, relive the action with a full live blog of the day's events. 

9:30 - Gary Woodland wins US Open

Gary Woodland's first career major came at Pebble Beach on Sunday. The 35-year-old held his 54-hole lead with a 2-under 69 on Sunday, ending the afternoon with an impressive birdie. Woodland finished 13-under for the tournament, three strokes over Brooks Koepka. 

Here is the final leaderboard from the US Open at Pebble Beach.

Woodland -13
Koepka -10
Schauffele -7
Rahm -7
Reavie -7
Rose -7

9:15 - Koepka finishes 10-under, two back of Woodland 

Brooks Koepka found the rough on his second shot on the par-5 18th, and his chip onto the green fell short of the hole. The two-time champ missed an 8'11" putt for birdie, finishing his round 10-under for the tournament.

Koepka failed to put pressure on leader Gary Woodland, who's excellent second shot left a tap-in par at the par-3 17th. Woodland heads to 18 at 12-under.

8:50 - Koepka heads to 18 two back

Brooks Koepka posted his fifth-straight par on the par-3 17th, entering the par-5 18th two back of leader Gary Woodland. Koepka is 3-under for the day and 10-under for the tournament.

8:35 - Woodland seizes par-5

Gary Woodland took advantage of the penultimate par-5 on the tournament on Sunday, posting a birdie on the par-5 14th. Woodland tooks his second shot from 263 yards out, blasting it onto the green for an eagle attempt. Woodland was unable to convert, but advanced to 12-under with a birdie. 

Brooks Koepka saved par at the par-4 15th. He now sits two strokes back of Woodland at 10-under.

8:10 - Leaderboard update

As it stands with Woodland and Rose on the par-4 13th 

Woodland -11
Koepka -10
Rose -9
Schauffele -7
Reavie -7

8:00 - Koepka gives back stroke

Brooks Koepka entered the par-3 12th one stroke back of Gary Woodland at 11-under, but an errant tee shot forced him to scramble for a two-putt bogey. Woodland failed to convert a downhill birdie putt at the par-4 11th, keeping him two strokes ahead of Koepka and Justin Rose at 12-under. 

7:30 - Woodland, Rose make the turn

It was a relatively smooth front nine for Gary Woodland on Sunday with two birdies in his first three holes before giving back a stroke at the par-4 ninth. It's been a touch more tumultuous for Justin Rose, who tallied two birdies and two bogeys in his first nine holes. 

Woodland holds a two stroke lead over Rose and Brooks Koepka, who is three under through ten holes. Adam Scott and Xander Schauffele have both made charges up the leaderboard at 8-under through 14. 

7:00 - Woods closes strong

Tiger Woods exits Pebble Beach with a disappointing 2-under for the tournament, but he didn't exactly limp to the finish line on Sunday. The three-time US Open champion posted birdies on four of his last six holes, including a birdie on the par-5 18th.

Woods will look to close the major calendar with a win at the Open Championship at Royal Portrush on July 18-21. 

6:45 - Justin Rose moves to 11-under

Justin Rose's eagle attempt on the par-5 sixth skated past the hole, but the Englishman still advanced within two strokes of Gary Woodland with his second birdie of the day. Rose is now 1-under for the day and 11-under for the tournament.

6:15 - Woodland takes two stroke lead

Gary Woodland looks poised for a low round through three holes. The 54-hole leader birdied both the par-4 second and par-4 third, advancing to 13-under for the tournament.

Brooks Koepka sits in second at 11-under, rolling with four birdies in his first five holes.

6:00 - Koepka, Oosthuizen continue charge

Gary Woodland and Justin Rose appear to have some competition ahead atop the leaderboard. Brooks Koepka stuck his approach on the par-4 third within five feet, then tapped in for biride to move to 9-under. 

Oosthuizen pulled off a a similar approach on the par-4 fourth, knocking an 86-yard wedge within a few feet of the hole. He is tied with Koepka at 9-under.

5:45 - Rose ties for lead, Koepka moves to 8-under

Justin Rose got off to a fast start on Sunday, moving to a tie with Gary Woodland at 11-under following a birdie on the par-4 first. Rose won his only career major at the 2013 US Open at Merion.

Brooks Koepka pulled off a birdie at the first as well, sitting at 8-under through two holes. 

5:20 - Oosthuizen begins with birdie

Louis Oosthuizen holds sole possession of third place after a birdie on the par-4 first. The runner-up at the 2015 US Open rolled a tricky 18-footer downhill for his first birdie of the afternoon, heading to the par-4 second three back of Gary Woodland at 8-under.

Oosthuizen's playing partner Rory McIlroy heads to the second five shots back at 6-under. 

5:00 - Francesco Molinari charging through front nine

The 2018 Open Championship winner is streaking through the front nine on Sunday with three birdies in his first four holes. Molinari is now six back of Gary Woodland for the lead, sitting at 3-under for the day and 5-under for the tournament.

4:30 - Leaderboard update

Here's the leaderboard as it stands one hour before the leaders tee off.

Gary Woodland -11

Justin Rose -10

Brooks Koepka -7

Chez Reavie -7

Louis Oosthuizen -7

Rory McIlroy -6

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