Gary Woodland wins a 2019 US Open, initial career vital during Pebble Beach
Fox News sports researcher Jim Gray interviews a 2019 U.S. Open champion.
Gary Woodland received some certain appetite from Arizona before a golfer sank a 30-foot birdie putt to constraint his first-ever vital pretension during a U.S. Open in California on Sunday.
The certain appetite came from an Arizona teen named Amy Bockerstette.
The dual had met months before during a 16th hole during TPC Scottsdale in January. He handed her an iron in a use turn for a Waste Management Phoenix Open and a subsequent impulse would go viral.
Amy, who has Down Syndrome and has done dual appearances during a Arizona state high propagandize championships, strike her initial shot into a fort and afterwards got a turn onto a green. Woodland gave her a small recommendation as she done her proceed to a hole.
GARY WOODLAND HOLDS OFF BROOKS KOEPKA TO WIN US OPEN
“What do we think? Going a small left?” asked Woodland. “Why don’t we go forward and make that?”
Amy replied: “OK,” Amy replied. “I got this.”
She sunk a putt and was being cheered on by clapping fans.
“They adore me!” she said. “Awesome.”
Amy was entertaining Woodland on from home as he hold off Brooks Koepka from winning his third true U.S. Open title. He afterwards face-timed with her on a lectern after receiving his trophy.
“I used your certain energy,” he told Amy. “You were awesome!”
“Thank you,” Amy replied.
Amy’s father, Joe Bokerstette, told a Associated Press that his daughter was examination Woodland’s each moment.
“She lived and died each shot during a round,” he said. “I can’t demonstrate how vehement Amy was. She kept seeking me all day when Gary was going to tee off.”
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Woodland’s 13-under 271 was 3 shots improved than Koepka and 6 shots improved than Justin Rose (74), who matched Koepka shot-for-shot for many of a final 36 holes before vanishing badly with a widen of 3 bogeys in 4 holes on a behind 9 Sunday. Xander Schauffele (67), Jon Rahm (68) and Chez Reavie (71) assimilated Rose in a four-way tie for third during 7-under par.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.