Gary Woodland Won The 119th U.S Open Golf Championship On Father’s Day At Pebble Beach.

Gary Woodland got the job done in the 119th U.S Open Golf Championship on Father’s Day in Pebble Beach. -13 was the winning score in this National Championship in 2019. Sociology Degree help him out as well. Played College Golf for the Kansas Jayhawks in Lawrence, KS. They are known for there Basketball. He was born & raise in Kansas. Gary played unbelievable all week long. Made shots he was suppose to be doing out there in this major tournament. U.S Open is the hardest major to win on the PGA Tour. Gary did all those things right to win his 1st major tournament in his PGA Tour Career on Father’s Day in Pebble Beach, CA. Made clutch shots in clutch times gotta do that to win a major championship. Did that one. Hold off the 2-Time U.S Open Champion Brooks Koepka in the Final Round. Kept on believing in his self to doing the right this time around. He came closed to doing it before. This time is his to win it. Did it for sure. Saw the St. Louis Blues win there 1st Stanley Cup Title on Wednesday Night against the Boston Bruins on the road in Game 7 of the deciding Stanley Cup Finals. They got it done just like Gary Woodland did in the 119th U.S Open Golf Championship in Pebble Beach on Father’s Day. He was wearing a St. Louis Blues Logo on his shirt all U.S Open Golf Championship Week.

Congratulations On Your 1st Major Title On The PGA Tour At The Hardest Major To Win On The U.S Open Golf Championship. Being A National Champion As Well. Hold 2-Time Defending U.S Open Champion Brooks Koepka On Father’s Day In Pebble Beach, CA.

Rock Chalk Jayhawk Gary Woodland….. Proud Of Him Anyways…..

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