It wasn't your typical U.S. Open and he isn't your typical major winner, but in a tournament which saw dozens of players shoot under par, it was Gary Woodward clinging to the lead and winning by three strokes over two-time defending champ Brooks Koepka.

In this edition of 'Off The Tee', Joel Harrington from 4 Deep Golf blog and I discuss Woodland's triumph at Pebble Beach, which included some clutch shot-making down the stretch.

For just the fourth time since 2000, the winning score was in the double digits below par (-13).

Koepka shot in the 60's all four days in an attempt to become the first back-to-back-to-back winner at the U.S. Open since 1905.

Three-time champ Tiger Woods finished with a flurry in the final round with a blistering back nine, but he had to settle for a tie for 21st overall.

Norway's Viktor Hovland opened eyes with a top 12 finish. The 21-year old amateur broke Jack Nicklaus' amateur U.S. Open scoring record with a four-under-par finish.

Here's my conversation with Joel: