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Woods Brought to His Knees

It took 19 extra holes of a grueling, drama-filled playoff against a game Rocco Mediate, but Tiger Woods claims his third U.S. Open title.

» A Dramatic Duel | Playoff Photos

PHOTO GALLERIES

COLUMNS

Boswell

The Legend Grows

» Thomas Boswell | Seldom has the sublime degenerated into the merely magnificent -- with a dash of the miraculous -- and yet left no one dissatisfied.  » More From Boswell

Shapiro

Perez on Familiar Ground

» Teeing Off | Though Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods played in quite a few junior events at Torrey Pines, neither one has played more rounds on the course than Pat Perez.  » More From Shapiro

MORE HEADLINES

In the End, Woods Gets Even

(Post, Monday, June 16, 2008; Page E01)

Unfazed, Close, but Just Short

(Post, Monday, June 16, 2008; Page E10)

Mickelson Ends With Success

(Post, Monday, June 16, 2008; Page E10)

Something to Shout About

(Post, Sunday, June 15, 2008; Page D01)

No. 13 Is Unlucky for Mickelson

(Post, Sunday, June 15, 2008; Page D11)

Casey Comes to the Defense of British Players

(Post, Sunday, June 15, 2008; Page D11)

Late Surge Has Woods 1 Shot Back

(Post, Saturday, June 14, 2008; Page E01)

On One Hole, Streelman's Solid Gain Is Lost in Sand

(Post, Saturday, June 14, 2008; Page E10)

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FLASHBACK

Cabrera Rises Above

Cabrera Angel Cabrera holds off Tiger Woods at Oakmont Country Club.

MULTIMEDIA

 Video:  John Feinstein discusses the tournament's "dated" playoff scenario.


 Audio:  Leonard Shapiro recaps the sudden-death finale.

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