Tiger Woods' 272 total matched the lowest score in U.S. Open history.

The rest of the field has to wonder what golf course Tiger Woods played. He opened with a 65 on Thursday and never looked back, finishing 12-under and winning by a record 15 shots. His wire-to-wire run left the Open and major championship record books in tatters. ESPN's Andy North was overwhelmed with Woods' performance, calling it as close to perfect as he has ever seen.
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Harig: Better than February
Tiger Woods scored better at Pebble Beach under U.S. Open conditions than he did during the regular tour stop, notes Bob Harig.
Ratto: Tiger's time warp
Tiger is so dominant he has people writing his future into the history books, writes ESPN.com's Ray Ratto.
Hole of the Day -- No. 12
The par-3 12th took its share of heat during the U.S. Open. But it yielded some magic on Sunday.
Ravech: Woods has changed the game
ESPN's Karl Ravech says even Tiger Woods' peers are in awe of his golf game.
Tiger's low scores add up to record ratings
There was not much suspense at the U.S. Open, but don't tell that to the record number of TV viewers.
Open romp shoots Tiger into status stratosphere
Those looking for the next Michael Jordan have found him on the fairway.
Station leaves viewers in the dark
While Tiger Woods was enjoying his record-breaking performance, a Florida TV station was giving a weather report.
Woods continues march toward history
Tiger Woods began the third round looking to build on his record start at Pebble Beach.
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