It was a slightly strange day on the practice putting green today. Not bad strange, just different strange. Minutes before the final groups were about to tee off on Sunday at the U.S. Open, the practice green at Pinehurst was full of LPGA Tour players preparing for their U.S. Women's Open next week.
Zach Johnson aced the ninth hole Sunday -- just the second hole-in-one in a U.S. Open at Pinehurst. But his celebration was even better: he took off into the crowd and high fived basically everyone. Let's hope Zach makes a few more hole-in-ones soon.
Special thanks to Adam Sarson for this GIF, and our condolences to Sergio Garcia for this terrible, terrible stroke of bad luck. U.S. Open greens are tough, especially when you have nasty sprinkler heads out to get you.
As a present to his Dad on Father's Day, Zac Blair let him caddie on the 18th hole. But judging by the way he trudges off with the bag, it looks more like a punishment in disguise.
And finally, Kaymer (and his arms) might have stolen the show with his unflappable play, but one of the more touching moments of the tournament came from amateur Matt Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick shot a one-under 69 in his last round as an amateur, and walked off the 18th green sharing this moment with his caddie.