U.S. Open: The Last Time It Happened July 23, 2018

Last foreign winner: Martin Kaymer, Germany, 2014

Last to defend title successfully: Brooks Koepka, 2018

Last to win three consecutive U.S. Opens: Willie Anderson, 1903-05

Last winner to win the U.S. Open on first attempt: Francis Ouimet, 1913 

Last winner to win the U.S. Open on second attempt: Webb Simpson, T14 in 2011, winner in 2012

Last amateur to win U.S. Open: John Goodman, 1933

Last start-to-finish winner (no ties): Rory McIlroy, 2011

Last winner to win money title in same year: Dustin Johnson, 2016

Last winner to birdie the 72nd hole: Dustin Johnson, 2016

Last winner to birdie the 72nd hole to force a playoff: Tiger Woods, 2008

Last winner to birdie the 72nd hole to win by one stroke: Jordan Spieth, 2015

Last winner to birdie the 72nd hole to win by two strokes: Lee Janzen, 1993

Last to win without a round in the 60s: Geoff Ogilvy, Australia, 2006

Last to win with all rounds in the 60s: Rory McIlroy, 2011

Last to win with a round in the 80s: John McDermott, 80, in playoff, 1911

Last to win with a round of 77: Sam Parks Jr., in first round, 1935

Last to win with a round of 76: Angel Cabrera, in third round, 2007

Last to win with a round of 75: Brooks Koepka, in first round, 2018

Last to win after being in sectional qualifying: Lucas Glover, 2009

Last to win after being in local and sectional qualifying: Orville Moody, 1969 

Last winner between age 20-29: Brooks Koepka, 28, 2018

Last winner between age 30-39: Dustin Johnson, 31, 2016

Last winner over age 40: Payne Stewart, 42, 1999 (sixth-oldest in history)

Last winner who received a special exemption: Hale Irwin, 1990

Last defending champion to miss the cut: Dustin Johnson, 2017

Last to win without a sub-par round: Geoff Ogilvy, 2006