For the first time since 2002, a player has won the first two majors of the season.
Tiger Woods turned the trick 13 years ago and, after his win in April at the Masters and his win on Sunday in the U.S. Open, Jordan Spieth has a chance to make it three majors in a row at the Open Championship in a few weeks at St. Andrews.
A win is a win, but surely Spieth didn't want to win like this.
Dustin Johnson smoked a 350-yard drive on the par-5 18th hole right down the middle. He needed a birdie to force an 18-hole Monday playoff and an eagle for the outright win.
With his second shot from 247 yards away, Johnson ripped a 5-iron to within 10 feet for what would have been a winning eagle putt.
Johnson sent the eagle try a few feet past the hole and was left with a knee-knocker for birdie.
Here's what happened:
You hate to see a player lose a tournament like that.