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American Webb Simpson Wins 112th U.S. Open

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 American golfer Webb Simpson was struggling with his swing as he entered the 112th U.S. Open last Thursday. Now, he’s struggling to believe just how good his entire game was over the last 4 days on his way to a U.S. Open championship.

A deeply Spiritual man who earned a degree in Religion from Wake Forest on his Arnold Palmer scholarship, Simpson thanked God when he hit 4 birdies in 5 holes Sunday, on his way to a 1 over par for the tournament. The win marks his first ever Major championship.

Simpson’s victory marks 15 straight years at the U.S. Open with 15 different winners.

Click here for a full recap of the U.S. Open from the AP, courtesy of espn.com.

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