Webb Simpson shot a Sunday 68 to win the 2012 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club.
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Simpson made bogeys on Nos. 2 and 5 to fall to five over for the tournament, six shots behind Jim Furyk. Then he got hot, making four birdies on his next five holes.
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When Furyk bogeyed the thirteenth, Simpson grabbed a share of the lead at one over par.
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After missing left on 18, Simpson got up and down on the 72nd hole to post one over, the winning score.
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During the award ceremony, USGA Executive Director Mike Davis hauled off a heckler who interrupted the proceedings on the 18th green.
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Furyk and Graeme McDowell began the day tied for the lead at one under par, four shots ahead of Simpson.
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After hooking his tee shot on the par-five 16th, Furyk made six to fall to two over, and into second place. He ultimately finished tied for fourth.After hitting a tumbling snap-hook into the woods on the 16th, Furyk made bogey six to fall to two over.
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Furyk didn't make a birdie in the final round. Needing a birdie on 18, Furyk pulled a wedge into a greenside bunker, and bit his club in frustration. After another bogey, he finished tied for fourth.
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McDowell had a 24 foot look at birdie on the 72nd hole to tie Simpson. He missed it left, and finished tied for second.After a birdie on 17 to get to two over, McDowell had a 24 foot look at birdie on the 72nd hole to tie Simpson. He missed it left, and finished tied for second.McDowell had a 24 foot look at birdie on the 72nd hole to tie Simpson. He missed it left, and finished tied for second.
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Starting Sunday five shots back, Tiger Woods played Olympic's opening six holes in six over par to fall from contention.
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Woods shot a final round 73 to tie for 21st.
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Michael Thompson shot a Sunday 67 to finish at two over par, tied with McDowell for second.
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Ernie Els eagled the seventh hole Sunday for the second time this week. He played that hole six under through four rounds, but finished four over for the tournament.
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Padraig Harrington made a charge Sunday, making five birdies in 11 holes to get to two over. But a pulled approach on 18 led to a bogey, and ended his chances.
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Beau Hossler, a 17-year-old amateur, began the day at three over.
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After a six-over 76, Hossler finished at nine over, tied for 29th.
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After starting the day tied for third, Sweden's Fredrik Jacobson found himself scrambling early. He bogeyed three of his first six and finished with a five-over 75, tied for 15th.
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Lee Westwood double bogeyed the fifth hole after his drive hit a tree and never came down.
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Westwood, the highest ranked player left in the field, played the rest of his holes in one over to shoot 73. He finished tied for 10th place.
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Despite struggling early on the greens, Jason Dufner shot an even-par 70 to finish tied for fourth.
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