Going into last weekend, Gary Woodland had three career PGA Tour wins. His fourth was by far the biggest. The 35-year old won the first major championship of his career in style, finishing at 13-under par and winning the US Open at Pebble Beach by three shots over two-time defending champion Brooks Koepka. Woodland led entering the final round and was challenged by Koepka and playing partner Justin Rose but never lost the lead. It was the eighth time Woodland has played in a final group on a Sunday at a PGA Tour event---and just the first time that he's won the tournament. His final round of 69 was capped off with a long birdie putt on 18 to put an exclamation point on a life-changing win.
On Monday, WTVN golf analyst, our "Mr. Golf," Ray Hustek joined me to talk about the Open and Woodland's triumph. You can check it out here: