At the end of play Saturday, many questions began to be thrown around en route to Sunday's final round of the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.
Does Tiger have everyone right where they want him?
Can Dustin Johnson continue his incredible young story?
Will Lefty win his first U.S. Open?
And then there was an unknown that everyone knew nothing about: Who is Graeme McDowell?
Now, McDowell may be the most talked about golfer—at least until the next major —after becoming the first European to win the U.S. Open in some 40 years with his triumph at Pebble Beach.
Coming into Sunday, McDowell was three strokes off the lead, but was he considered even a contender at that point or just a pretender?
He proved that he was a contender, and if he continues his praiseworthy career, people may have more and more to rave about as it goes on.
So, who is this Graeme McDowell? Why haven't we ever heard of him?
Here's something that may help all of us get to know the 2010 U.S. Open winner a little better, Graeme McDowell.