U.S. Open

  • June 16 - 19, 2011
  • Congressional CC (Blue) - Bethesda, MD
  • Par 71
    Yards 7,574
  • Purse $7,500,000
    2011 Champion Rory McIlroy

Final

POSMOVECTRYPLAYERTO PARTODAYTHRUR1R2R3R4TOTEARNINGSFEDEX PTSTEE TIME
1-Rory McIlroyR. McIlroy-16-2F65666869268$1,440,000.000-
2-Jason DayJ. Day-8-3F71726568276$865,000.00330-
T3-Y.E. YangY.E. Yang-6EF68697071278$364,241.00148-
T3-Lee WestwoodL. Westwood-6-1F75686570278$364,241.000-
T3-Robert GarrigusR. Garrigus-6-1F70706870278$364,241.00148-
T3-Kevin ChappellK. Chappell-6-5F76676966278$364,241.00148-
T7-Peter HansonP. Hanson-5-4F72716967279$228,416.000-
T7-Sergio GarciaS. Garcia-5-1F69716970279$228,416.0097-
T9-Louis OosthuizenL. Oosthuizen-4-4F69737167280$192,962.0085-
T9-Charl SchwartzelC. Schwartzel-4-5F68747266280$192,962.0085-
T11-Heath SlocumH. Slocum-3-1F71707070281$163,083.0072-
T11-Davis Love IIID. Love III-3-1F70717070281$163,083.0072-
T11-Brandt SnedekerB. Snedeker-3-2F70707269281$163,083.0072-
T14-Matt KucharM. Kuchar-2+2F72686973282$129,517.0059-
T14-Graeme McDowellG. McDowell-2-2F70746969282$129,517.0059-
T14-Freddie JacobsonF. Jacobson-2+2F74696673282$129,517.0059-
T14-Webb SimpsonW. Simpson-2-1F75716670282$129,517.0059-
T14-Bo Van PeltB. Van Pelt-2EF76676871282$129,517.0059-
T19-Johan EdforsJ. Edfors-1-4F70727467283$105,905.000-
T19-Steve StrickerS. Stricker-1-1F75696970283$105,905.0052-
T21-Ryan PalmerR. PalmerE-1F69727370284$97,242.0050-
T21-Patrick CantlayP. CantlayE+1F75677072284$00-
T23-Henrik StensonH. Stenson+1+3F70726974285$76,455.0045-
T23-Bill HaasB. Haas+1EF73736871285$76,455.0045-
T23-Gary WoodlandG. Woodland+1-3F73717368285$76,455.0045-
T23-Brandt JobeB. Jobe+1+3F71707074285$76,455.0045-
T23-Retief GoosenR. Goosen+1-3F73737168285$76,455.0045-
T23-Dustin JohnsonD. Johnson+1-1F75716970285$76,455.0045-
T23-Robert RockR. Rock+1-3F70717668285$76,455.000-
T30-Harrison FrazarH. Frazar+2+2F72736873286$50,436.0037-
T30-Gregory HavretG. Havret+2-2F77697169286$50,436.000-
T30-Ryo IshikawaR. Ishikawa+2-3F74707468286$50,436.000-
T30-Kyung KimK. Kim+2+5F69726976286$50,436.000-
T30-John SendenJ. Senden+2+1F70727272286$50,436.0037-
T30-Seung-yul NohS. Noh+2EF72707371286$50,436.000-
T30-Zach JohnsonZ. Johnson+2+3F71697274286$50,436.0037-
T30-Rory SabbatiniR. Sabbatini+2EF72737071286$50,436.0037-
T30-Do-Hoon KimD. Kim+2+1F73717072286$50,436.000-
T39-Sung-hoon KangS. Kang+3EF74727071287$41,154.0031-
T39-Martin KaymerM. Kaymer+3EF74707271287$41,154.000-
T39-Adam HadwinA. Hadwin+3-3F75717368287$41,154.000-
T42-Russell HenleyR. Henley+4+4F73697175288$00-
T42-Lucas GloverL. Glover+4-1F76697370288$37,351.0028-
T42-Sang-Moon BaeS. Bae+4-4F75717567288$37,351.000-
T45-Chez ReavieC. Reavie+5+1F70757272289$31,264.0024-
T45-Padraig HarringtonP. Harrington+5+2F71737273289$31,264.0024-
T45-Luke DonaldL. Donald+5-2F74727469289$31,264.0024-
T45-Robert KarlssonR. Karlsson+5+1F79677172289$31,264.0024-
T45-Michael PutnamM. Putnam+5EF74717371289$31,264.0024-
T45-Charley HoffmanC. Hoffman+5-2F71747569289$31,264.0024-
T51-Marc LeishmanM. Leishman+6+5F73697276290$24,708.0019-
T51-Scott PiercyS. Piercy+6-1F73717670290$24,708.0019-
T51-Alexander NorenA. Noren+6+3F75677474290$24,708.000-
T54-Anthony KimA. Kim+7-1F74727570291$21,792.0015-
T54-J.J. HenryJ.J. Henry+7-1F72737670291$21,792.0015-
T54-Alvaro QuirosA. Quiros+7+7F70717278291$21,792.000-
T54-Matteo ManasseroM. Manassero+7+1F74727372291$21,792.000-
T54-Edoardo MolinariE. Molinari+7+2F74707473291$21,792.000-
T54-Phil MickelsonP. Mickelson+7EF74697771291$21,792.0015-
T60-Justin HicksJ. Hicks+8EF74717671292$19,763.0010-
T60-Marcel SiemM. Siem+8+2F79667473292$19,763.000-
T60-Todd HamiltonT. Hamilton+8-1F73727770292$19,763.0010-
T63-Brian GayB. Gay+9+4F73717475293$18,620.007-
T63-Bubba WatsonB. Watson+9+2F71757473293$18,620.007-
T63-Jeff OvertonJ. Overton+9+4F72727475293$18,620.006-
T63-Bud CauleyB. Cauley+9+5F71727476293$18,620.000-
67-Kevin StreelmanK. Streelman+11+4F73737475295$17,819.004-
T68-Christo GreylingC. Greyling+13+5F72747576297$17,178.000-
T68-Alexandre RochaA. Rocha+13+5F69767676297$17,178.002-
T68-Kenichi KuboyaK. Kuboya+13+6F73737477297$17,178.000-
71-Wes HeffernanW. Heffernan+19+7F75717978303$16,539.000-
72-Brad BenjaminB. Benjamin+21+9F72738080305$00-
--Chad CampbellC. CampbellCUT---7671----147$00-
--Stewart CinkS. CinkCUT---7077----147$00-
--Adam ScottA. ScottCUT---7473----147$00-
--John EllisJ. EllisCUT---7473----147$00-
--Scott HendS. HendCUT---6978----147$00-
--Stephen GallacherS. GallacherCUT---7374----147$00-
--David MayD. MayCUT---7176----147$00-
--Paul CaseyP. CaseyCUT---7374----147$00-
--Justin RoseJ. RoseCUT---7473----147$00-
--Nick O'HernN. O'HernCUT---7770----147$00-
--Jesse HutchinsJ. HutchinsCUT---7671----147$00-
--Martin LairdM. LairdCUT---7374----147$00-
--Hunter MahanH. MahanCUT---7473----147$00-
--Rickie FowlerR. FowlerCUT---7473----147$00-
--Christopher DeforestC. DeforestCUT---7176----147$00-
--Nick WatneyN. WatneyCUT---7573----148$00-
--Shane LowryS. LowryCUT---7276----148$00-
--Ernie ElsE. ElsCUT---7375----148$00-
--Ben CraneB. CraneCUT---7771----148$00-
--Mark WilsonM. WilsonCUT---7870----148$00-
--Ian PoulterI. PoulterCUT---7573----148$00-
--Aaron BaddeleyA. BaddeleyCUT---7177----148$00-
--Elliot GealyE. GealyCUT---7771----148$00-
--Marc TurnesaM. TurnesaCUT---7673----149$00-
--Sam SaundersS. SaundersCUT---7475----149$00-
--Andres GonzalesA. GonzalesCUT---7970----149$00-
--Jason DufnerJ. DufnerCUT---7574----149$00-
--David TomsD. TomsCUT---7475----149$00-
--Trevor ImmelmanT. ImmelmanCUT---7574----149$00-
--Briny BairdB. BairdCUT---7574----149$00-
--Bennett BlakemanB. BlakemanCUT---7673----149$00-
--Greg ChalmersG. ChalmersCUT---7673----149$00-
--Alex CejkaA. CejkaCUT---7574----149$00-
--Jim FurykJ. FurykCUT---7475----149$00-
--D.A. PointsD.A. PointsCUT---7475----149$00-
--Michael Tobiason, Jr.M. Tobiason, Jr.CUT---7574----149$00-
--Francesco MolinariF. MolinariCUT---7574----149$00-
--Camilo VillegasC. VillegasCUT---7772----149$00-
--Jon MillsJ. MillsCUT---7673----149$00-
--Chris WilliamsC. WilliamsCUT---7673----149$00-
--Nicolas ColsaertsN. ColsaertsCUT---7674----150$00-
--Angel CabreraA. CabreraCUT---7179----150$00-
--Matthew EdwardsM. EdwardsCUT---7575----150$00-
--Ryan MooreR. MooreCUT---7377----150$00-
--Fred FunkF. FunkCUT---7575----150$00-
--K.J. ChoiK.J. ChoiCUT---7773----150$00-
--Peter UihleinP. UihleinCUT---7278----150$00-
--Scott BarrS. BarrCUT---7575----150$00-
--Miguel JimenezM. JimenezCUT---7773----150$00-
--Thomas LevetT. LevetCUT---7576----151$00-
--Bubba DickersonB. DickersonCUT---7081----151$00-
--Geoff OgilvyG. OgilvyCUT---7576----151$00-
--Robert AllenbyR. AllenbyCUT---7378----151$00-
--Kirk TriplettK. TriplettCUT---7675----151$00-
--Joey LamielleJ. LamielleCUT---7675----151$00-
--Jonathan ByrdJ. ByrdCUT---7577----152$00-
--Zack ByrdZ. ByrdCUT---7775----152$00-
--Michael WhiteheadM. WhiteheadCUT---7775----152$00-
--Robert DinwiddieR. DinwiddieCUT---7874----152$00-
--David HowellD. HowellCUT---7874----152$00-
--Chris WilsonC. WilsonCUT---7478----152$00-
--Michael CampbellM. CampbellCUT---7577----152$00-
--Michael D. SmithM. D. SmithCUT---7676----152$00-
--Cheng Tsung PanC. Tsung PanCUT---7478----152$00-
--Hiroyuki FujitaH. FujitaCUT---7973----152$00-
--Adam LongA. LongCUT---7677----153$00-
--Brian LockeB. LockeCUT---7578----153$00-
--Beau HosslerB. HosslerCUT---7677----153$00-
--Dae-hyun KimD. KimCUT---7974----153$00-
--Brad AdamonisB. AdamonisCUT---7776----153$00-
--Maarten LafeberM. LafeberCUT---7974----153$00-
--Ryan NelsonR. NelsonCUT---7578----153$00-
--Scott PinckneyS. PinckneyCUT---7975----154$00-
--Andreas HartoeA. HartoeCUT---7876----154$00-
--Will WilcoxW. WilcoxCUT---7976----155$00-
--Brett PattersonB. PattersonCUT---7778----155$00-
--Geoffrey SiskG. SiskCUT---7778----155$00-
--Kevin NaK. NaCUT---8075----155$00-
--Steve IrwinS. IrwinCUT---7877----155$00-
--David ChungD. ChungCUT---8275----157$00-
--Ty TryonT. TryonCUT---8473----157$00-
--Matthew RichardsonM. RichardsonCUT---7781----158$00-
--Michael BarbosaM. BarbosaCUT---8383----166$00-
--Tim PetrovicT. PetrovicWD---7574----149$00-

Now

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

So much for that six-hole, no-bogey start for Jordan Spieth. He just posted a double-bogey on the seventh, quickly dropping to 2-over.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

Six holes down and six pars for Jordan Spieth so far. Playing with Bubba Watson and Sergio Garcia, Spieth has yet to post a birdie, though on a day when Baltusrol is showing its teeth, simply minimizing the mistakes is beneficial.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Michael Block, head pro at Arroyo Trabuco GC in Mission Viejo, Calif., is 2-under through 11 holes. Love it when a club pro makes a run.

Jason Sobel ESPN Senior Writer 

One of the coolest things about the PGA Championship -- the thing that most separates it from the other three majors -- is that because the event is run by the PGA of America, there are 20 PGA professionals included in the field amongst the world's best players. Right now, Michael Block, the head pro at Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club in Mission Viejo, Calif., is playing like one of those players. Through 11 holes, he's 2-under, in a share of eighth place.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

The only player currently on the course making a serious run at the lead? Australian John Senden, who shot a bogey-free back nine (his front nine) to stand at 3 under, 2 shots off Jimmy Walker's early pace at the 98th PGA Championship.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

With a birdie on his final hole on the front nine, Andrew "Beef" Johnston makes the turn at 1 over. The PGA Championship is just his fourth career major, which includes a T-8 in The Open less than two weeks ago at Royal Troon.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

Dustin Johnson found a bit of trouble on the 500-yard, par-4 third hole at Baltusrol. After a wayward drive found the left trees, he had to punch out. Add a 3-putt to the mix and that double-bogey drops the reigning U.S. Open champion to 2 over, 7 shots behind PGA Championship clubhouse leader Jimmy Walker.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

After a birdie putt slides by the cup on the par-3 fourth hole at the PGA Championship, that's four straight pars to start the day for world No. 3 Jordan Spieth.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

The pairing of Anirban Lahiri, Tony Finau and Matthew Fitzpatrick have played a combined 15 holes so far on Thursday and are collectively +7 with no birdies. Yes, conditions are getting warmer and more difficult this afternoon at the PGA Championship.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

The only guy who can win back-to-back majors this week -- Henrik Stenson -- nearly holed his approach shot on the second hole at Baltusrol. The Swede, who won the Claret Jug all of 11 days ago, will have a kick-in birdie to get to 1 under par at the PGA Championship.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

Does good form carry over from one tournament to another, even at a major? Apparently it does for Jhonny Vegas at the PGA Championship. He finished T-4 at the Barbasol Championship (with a second-round 60), then won last week at the RBC Canadian Open. He shot a 2-under-par 68 and is currently tied for seventh at Baltusrol.

Kevin Maguire Golf 

Bubba Watson gets into red figures at the PGA Championship with a birdie putt that hangs on the lip on the par-4 second hole, then decides it would be better off in the bottom of the cup. And playing partner Sergio Garcia does the same. Both are 1 under through two holes at Baltusrol on Thursday.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

The headline number here might look like that temperature of 92. But the number that will matter more to this afternoon's golfers during the opening round of the PGA Championship is that 9 mph wind—hardly a zephyr, but enough of a breeze to render the late rounds more of a challenge than the early ones.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Me and Jason Sobel just spoke to Wyatt Worthington II after his first round of the PGA Championship. Asked about the support he's had this week, he showed me his phone... That's says it all

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

World No. 1 Jason Day pars out his final four holes to finish at –2 on the first round of the PGA Championship; pretty good for a guy who hadn't seen the course prior to yesterday.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Phil Mickelson closes with pars on his final two holes to finish his first round at the PGA Championship at +1. Considering that he was sitting at +4 through 11 and sporting the look of a man fighting a ferret, that's a fancy turnaround.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Hey look, Rich Beem is partying like it's 1999! (OK, technically he's partying like it's 2002, when he won the PGA Championship, his only major, and his last PGA Tour win.) Beem has opened with birdies on his first two holes. Not for nuthin, but calling up Lloyds of London and dropping the kids' college fund on him winning this PGA is non-recommended.

Bob Harig ESPN Senior Writer 

Sergio Garcia is about to tee off in his 70th consecutive major championship, a streak that dates to the 1999 Open at Carnoustie. Garcia has never won a major but he does have 22 top-10 finishes, including T5s at the U.S. Open and Open in the last several weeks. He's got a ways to go however to match Jack Nicklaus' consecutive major streak of 146, which started at the 1962 Masters and went through the 1998 U.S.Open.

Ty Wenger ESPN Editor 

Is your favorite golfer struggling early during his first round of the PGA Championship? Take heart: the three easiest holes at Baltusrol today (including the only two par-fives, the two closing holes) are found in the final five holes. Much like life itself, redemption can come at the end.