San Francisco : CA : USA | Jun 17, 2012 at 10:57 PM PDT
Source: The Herald
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Webb Simpson, no relation to 1987 Olympic winner Scott Simpson except by comparable anonymity in Grand Slam competition, pulled out the 112th Open and the fifth at Olympic Sunday with a 13-hole surge that denied, among others, three former U.S...Simpson birdied the toughest hole on an incredibly... FULL ARTICLE AT The Herald
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  • Simpson stays cool to rise above

      Sydney Morning Herald
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  • Out of the fog, Simpson stands alone

      Sydney Morning Herald
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  • Simpson soars to 5th in world rankings

      The Bellingham Herald
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  • Webb Simpson wins US Open Championship

      The Christian Science Monitor
    Webb Simpson refused to think of himself as a U.S. Open champion until he sat with his nervous wife in a quiet corner of the locker room Sunday, staring in disbelief at a television as Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell tried to catch him.
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  • ‘I love the place,' USGA's Davis says of Chambers Bay

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