Brooks Koepka made three straight birdies down the stretch to win his first major championship with a four stroke victory at the US Open Championship at Erin Hills, WI.

Koepka becomes the seventh straight player to win his first major championship.

Koepka finished at -16, tying Rory McElroy for the lowest score to par in US Open history.

Brian Harmon and Hideki Matsuyama tied for second place, four strokes back.

Koepka made consecutive birdies on the 14th, 15th and 16th holes, while Harmon had back to back bogeys at the end.

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