$7,500,000 U.S. Open Championship Leaderboard Scores
Location: Bethesda, Maryland
Club: Congressional Country Club (Blue Course) (Par 71 - 7,574 Yards)
Sunday's fourth round - (Complete)

Rory McIlroy earned his first major championship and, at 22 years, one month, is the youngest U.S. Open champion since Bobby Jones in 1923...He became the first player ever to get to 17-under par at the U.S. Open and his total of 268 smashed the previous tournament record of 272...It wasn`t two months ago that McIlroy shot an 80 in the final round at Augusta National and blew a four-shot lead at the Masters.
Player Score Money Hole
Rory McIlroy -16 1,440,000 F
Jason Day -8 865,000 F
Y.E. Yang -6 364,241 F
Lee Westwood -6 364,241 F
Robert Garrigus -6 364,241 F
Kevin Chappell -6 364,241 F
Peter Hanson -5 228,416 F
Sergio Garcia -5 228,416 F
Louis Oosthuizen -4 192,962 F
Charl Schwartzel -4 192,962 F
Davis Love III -3 163,083 F
Heath Slocum -3 163,083 F
Brandt Snedeker -3 163,083 F
Matt Kuchar -2 129,517 F
Bo Van Pelt -2 129,517 F
Webb Simpson -2 129,517 F
Graeme McDowell -2 129,517 F
Fredrik Jacobson -2 129,517 F
Steve Stricker -1 105,905 F
Johan Edfors -1 105,905 F
Ryan Palmer E 97,242 F
Patrick Cantlay (a) E F
Brandt Jobe +1 76,455 F
Henrik Stenson +1 76,455 F
Bill Haas +1 76,455 F
Dustin Johnson +1 76,455 F
Retief Goosen +1 76,455 F
Robert Rock +1 76,455 F
Gary Woodland +1 76,455 F
Ryo Ishikawa +2 50,436 F
Gregory Havret +2 50,436 F
Seung-yul Noh +2 50,436 F
Rory Sabbatini +2 50,436 F
John Senden +2 50,436 F
Do-hoon Kim +2 50,436 F
Zach Johnson +2 50,436 F
Harrison Frazar +2 50,436 F
Kyung-Tae Kim +2 50,436 F
Martin Kaymer +3 41,154 F
Adam Hadwin +3 41,154 F
Sunghoon Kang +3 41,154 F
Sang-Moon Bae +4 37,351 F
Lucas Glover +4 37,351 F
Russell Henley (a) +4 F
Michael Putnam +5 31,264 F
Luke Donald +5 31,264 F
Charley Hoffman +5 31,264 F
Chez Reavie +5 31,264 F
Robert Karlsson +5 31,264 F
Padraig Harrington +5 31,264 F
Alexander Noren +6 24,708 F
Scott Piercy +6 24,708 F
Marc Leishman +6 24,708 F
Phil Mickelson +7 21,792 F
Anthony Kim +7 21,792 F
J.J. Henry +7 21,792 F
Matteo Manassero +7 21,792 F
Edoardo Molinari +7 21,792 F
Alvaro Quiros +7 21,792 F
Marcel Siem +8 19,763 F
Justin Hicks +8 19,763 F
Todd Hamilton +8 19,763 F
Bubba Watson +9 18,620 F
Jeff Overton +9 18,620 F
Brian Gay +9 18,620 F
Bud Cauley +9 18,620 F
Kevin Streelman +11 17,819 F
Alexandre Rocha +13 17,178 F
Kenichi Kuboya +13 17,178 F
Christo Greyling +13 17,178 F
Wes Heffernan +19 16,539 F
Brad Benjamin (a) +21 F
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