The U.S. Open: Matthew Fitzpatrick wins again at Brookline
Nine years ago, Matthew Fitzpatrick won The Country Club in Brookline, Mass., And won the U.S. Amateur as a child with strings. On Sunday, with more flesh in his bones,
Fitzpatrick defeated Will Zalatoris, the last man to finish second in a row.
The tournament, which produced amazing golf all week, really hit fifth gear on Sunday the 13th hole. Fitzpatrick rolled the 48-foot birdie putt to tie Zalatoris to 5. Zalatoris,
on the other hand, faced a 12-foot worse to participate in the lead. In a direct moment in the Ryder Cup,
he poured the putt to stay on level. Earlier, Masters champion Scottie Scheffler, who looked set to win the tournament just a few holes earlier,
missed a six-foot-tall birdie putt on the 14th that could have put him on a tie to take the lead.
The problems of the three of them were great. Neither Fitzpatrick nor Zalatoris ever won the PGA Tour during the week. Scheffler,