Matt Fitzpatrick The world's second-highest-ranked golfer, who had never won on the PGA Tour, finally did so on Sunday

while also breaking into golf's upper echelon with his first major championship. On Sunday, Matt Fitzpatrick

won the 2022 U.S. Open at The Country Club in Brookline, Massachusetts, with two birdies and no bogeys over

the final seven holes to finish at 6 under par. Fitzpatrick, 27, won by one stroke over his 54-hole co-leader Will Zalatoris

and 2022 Masters champion Scottie Scheffler. Fitzpatrick, who had previously won the 2013 U.S. Amateur

at The Country Club, added to his USGA total with a dramatic victory at the 122nd U.S. Open. In doing so, he

joined Jack Nicklaus and Juli Inkster as the only players to win both  majors at the same time, cementing his place in golf's

annals. Fitzpatrick, who is ranked No. 18 in the Official World Golf Rankings, finally broke through on Sunday following

a good season at major events. The Englishman finished T14 at the Masters in April and T5 at the PGA Championship

just a few weeks ago.Fitzpatrick's journey to this point had not been  simple, and his last round at The Country Club was