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The last time it happened at the U.S. Open:

Retief Goosen — the last foreign winner (2001).

Curtis Strange — the last to defend title successfully (1989).

Francis Ouimet — the last winner who won the open on his first try (1913).

Jerry Pate — the last winner to win the open on his second try (1976).

Tiger Woods — the last start-to-finish winner with no ties (2002).

Lee Janzen — the last winner to birdie the 72nd. hole (1993).

Hale Irwin — the last winner to birdie the 72nd. hole to force a playoff (1990).

Tom Kite — the last winner without a round in the 60s (1992).

Lee Janzen — the last winner with all rounds in the 60s (1993).

Tiger Woods — the last winner between ages 20-29 (was 26 in 2002).

Jim Furyk — the last winner between ages 30-39 (was 33 in 2003).

Payne Stewart — the last winner over age 40 (was 42 in 1999, sixth oldest winner).

Retief Goosen — the last defending champion to miss the cut (2002).

Hale Irwin — the last winner after receiving a special exemption (1990).

Steve Jones — the last winner to come through sectional qualifying (1996).

Orville Moody — the last winner to be in local and sectional qualifying (1969).