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US Open: Gary Woodland holds off Brooks Koepka to win first major

BBC News Monday, 17 June 2019
Gary Woodland holds off the challenge of world number one Brooks Koepka to claim his first major victory and win the US Open.
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News video: Gary Woodland Is The New U.S. Open Champion

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(CNN)He dreamed of starring in the NBA, but in Gary Woodland's first college game on a basketball scholarship, he realized he needed a plan B. Woodland acted quickly and switched universities to play golf, turned pro in 2007, and 12 years later held off world No. 1 Brooks Koepka to clinch his maiden...

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