It takes a lot of clutch shots to win a major championship.
Dustin Johnson hit plenty of clutch shots on his way to overcoming a four-shot deficit to start the day to win the 116th U.S. Open at Oakmont on Sunday.
Here's a look at five of his best:
Johnson nearly drove the green on the 320-yard, par-4 second hole, setting up a stressfree two-putt from just of the green for his first birdie of the day:
A stellar approach to the ninth hole with a 7-iron from 169 yards out to grab a share of the lead at the time with Shane Lowry:
A strong bunker shot on the par-3 13th that set up a crucial par:
A clutch par save at the par-3 16th hole:
Finally, this laser-like 6-iron from the middle of the fairway on the par-4 18th hole, which set up a short birdie putt to finish in style. Johnson called this approach the shot of his life: