The 2015 U.S. Open Championship has come to an end. There has been plenty to talk about from this year’s Open. Players complaining about the course conditions, Dustin Johnson’s three-putt par on 18 that cost him his first career Major, and Jordan Speith becoming the first golfer since Tiger Woods in 2002 to win The Masters and U.S. Open in the same year.
Quietly, New Jersey native Morgan Hoffmann, played a solid tournament, finishing at +5 (T-27), and posting a 4-under, 66, in his final round at Chamber’s Bay on Sunday. Hoffmann’s 2-day score was just enough to get him into the weekend as he finished Friday on the cut line. Hoffmann shot 74-66 on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
Hoffmann was satisfied with his performance, but, like many other golfers this week, was not happy with the course conditions. “ It’s unfortunate how the greens were this week. 9 green had crazy broccoli action.”
Hoffmann has moved up to 88th in the Official World Golf Rankings and 81st in the Fed Ex Cup standings.