The first three days at the Broadmoor were special, but there's something about the final round.
For golfers, it's the final leg; the last chance to take the cake. Nothing beats day four of a U.S. Open.
Tournament officials say as many as 30,000 fans marched across the majestic fairways of the Broadmoor's east course on Sunday.
Despite the heat, fans wanted to catch a glimpse of their favorite players during the most tense of times. Some of golf's greatest had a final 18 holes to prove themselves. Fans didn't want to miss it.
"We get to see all the major players. Can they stay cool, and compete all the way to the last putt?" asked Lynn Wenger, who came from Denver to watch the final round.
Sunday marked quite the finish to a magical weekend.
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