Matt Fitzpatrick won his first major triumph at the US Open after overcoming a final-round battle with Will Zalatoris and world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler.

Fitzpatrick blended five birdies with three bogeys on the final day at The Country Club, shooting a two-under 68 to finish on six under and celebrate his first professional victory on American soil.

The 27-year-old golfer finished one shot ahead of his playing partner Zalatoris and Scott Scheffler, who came up just short in their bid for a second major and fifth PGA Tour title of the year, with Hideki Matsuyama finishing three strokes behind the leader in fourth place. The 27-year-old golfer birdied two of his last five holes to earn the victory.

Fitzpatrick’s triumph makes him just the fourth English player in the previous century to win the US Open, and it comes at the same site where he won the US Amateur in 2013.

Scheffler began the day two strokes behind the leaders but swiftly caught up when he birdied the first and added another from 15 feet on the par-three second, while Zalatoris scrambled an opening par but bogeyed his next two holes.

Scheffler’s 25-foot birdie at the fourth was matched by Fitzpatrick’s eight-foot birdie at the third, moving the duo ahead of the pursuing group, only for the American to score his fourth birdie of the day at the sixth to move to six under.

Fitzpatrick momentarily reclaimed a share of the lead with a two-putt birdie at the driveable fifth, but three-putted the seventh while Scheffler watched his ball bounce back to his feet before holing a dramatic par-save at the par-five eighth.

Fitzpatrick went to six under with Scheffler after a two-putt birdie on the same hole, while Zalatoris hit his tee shot at the sixth to tap-in range and almost holed-out from the seventh to make back-to-back birdies and close the gap to two.


Scheffler started his back nine with a bogey and then lost a five-footer at the next, putting him two adrift, while Zalatoris rolled in from 20 feet on the ninth to make the turn within one of Fitzpatrick.

Zalatoris birdied the 16th after a bogey on the 15th to move back within one shot of Scheffler, who birdied the 17th and then two-putted the 18th to set the clubhouse goal at five under.

Fitzpatrick rebounded from finding a fairway bunker off the last tee to reach the green with an unbelievable second and two-putt for a winning par, sparking wild celebrations on the final green, with Zalatoris failing to get the birdie to force extra holes.

Matsuyama had a final-round 65 to go to three under and fourth place, while Collin Morikawa shot a four-under 66 to tie for fifth with Rory McIlroy.

McIlroy toyed with a late final-round push but finished with four bogeys in a one-under 69, while reigning winner Jon Rahm labored to a four-over 74.

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