DUPLICATE*** Bradley Dredge, of Wales,*** Brad Dalke, of the United States,*** Bryson DeChambeau, of the United States, reacts after sinking a putt for par on the 18th hole to win the US Open Golf Championship, Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020, in Mamaroneck, N.Y. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

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Matthew Wolff held a two-stroke lead entering the final round at Winged Foot Golf Club, but Bryson DeChambeau shot a 67 to win the 2020 U.S. Open in Mamaroneck, New York.

Other than a bogey on the eighth hole, DeChambeau avoided the mistakes that crushed his counterpart. DeChambeau carded a single bogey and enjoyed a six-shot victory.

Wolff (-2) finished as the only other player not above par, though the 21-year-old still had a frustrating afternoon. He managed one eagle and zero birdies with five bogeys and one double, fading from contention well before the final holes.

Yes, he would’ve preferred to stand atop the leaderboard. But this payday should be a decent consolation for Wolff as DeChambeau celebrates his first career major.

        

2020 U.S. Open Leaderboard and Payouts

1. Bryson DeChambeau (-6): $2.25 million

2. Matthew Wolff (E): $1.35 million

3. Louis Oosthuizen (+2): $861,457

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Opportunity-adjusted fantasy points (OFP) strips away player talent and efficiency and focuses solely on opportunity.

FORP — fantasy points over replacement player — is the difference between a player’s actual fantasy point total (FF points) and his OFP (or expected total).

Wide receiver adjustments are made as follows:

Rushing attempts: No change

Rushing yardage: Rush attempts multiplied by a rusher’s expected yardage based on position and rush direction

Rushing touchdowns: Rushing OTD

Targets: No change

Receptions: Targets multiplied by a receiver’s expected catch rate based on depth of throw, location and position

Receiving yardage: Targets multiplied by a receiver’s expected yardage based on depth of throw, location and position

Receiving touchdowns: Receiving OTD

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Opportunity-adjusted fantasy points (OFP) strip away player talent and efficiency and focus solely on opportunity.

FORP — fantasy points over replacement player — is the difference between a player’s actual fantasy point total (FF pts) and his OFP (expected total).

Tight-end adjustments are made as follows:

Rushing attempts: No change

Rushing yardage: Rush attempts multiplied by a rusher’s expected yardage based on position and rush direction

Rushing touchdowns: Rushing OTD

Targets: No change

Receptions: Targets multiplied by a receiver’s expected catch rate based on depth of throw, location and position

Receiving yardage: Targets multiplied by a receiver’s expected yardage based on depth of throw, location and position

Receiving touchdowns: Receiving OTD

Two-point conversions:

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Opportunity-adjusted fantasy points (OFP) strip away player talent and efficiency and focus solely on opportunity.

FORP — fantasy points over replacement player — is the difference between a player’s actual fantasy point total (FF Pts) and his OFP (expected total).

Quarterback adjustments are made as follows:

Pass attempts: No change

Pass completions: Pass attempts multiplied by a passer’s expected completion percentage based on depth of throw, location and target position

Passing yardage: Pass attempts multiplied by a passer’s expected yardage based on depth of throw, location and target position

Passing touchdowns: Passing OTD

Interceptions: Pass attempts multiplied by a passer’s expected interceptions based on depth of throw, location and target position

Rushing attempts:

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Opportunity-adjusted fantasy points (OFP) strip away player talent and efficiency and focus solely on opportunity.

FORP — fantasy points over replacement player — is the difference between a player’s actual fantasy point total (FF points) and his OFP (expected total).

Running back adjustments are made as follows:

Rushing attempts: No change

Rushing yardage: Rush attempts multiplied by a rusher’s expected yardage based on position, in-box defenders and rush direction

Rushing touchdowns: Rushing OTD

Targets: No change

Receptions: Targets multiplied by a receiver’s expected catch rate based on depth of throw, location and position

Receiving yardage: Targets multiplied by a receiver’s expected yardage based on depth of throw, location and position

Receiving touchdowns: Receiving

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