19th Hole: Graeme McDowell - Last of a dying breed headed back to Pebble | Most great golfers have been humbled during a U.S. Open, but not many of them had it happen while sitting at home on the couch. Two years ago Graeme M

19th Hole: Graeme McDowell - Last of a dying breed headed back to Pebble

19th Hole: Graeme McDowell - Last of a dying breed headed back to Pebble

19th Hole: Graeme McDowell - Last of a dying breed headed back to Pebble

19th Hole: Graeme McDowell - Last of a dying breed headed back to Pebble

19th Hole: Graeme McDowell - Last of a dying breed headed back to Pebble
19th Hole: Graeme McDowell - Last of a dying breed headed back to Pebble
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Most great golfers have been humbled during a U.S. Open, but not many of them had it happen while sitting at home on the couch. Two years ago Graeme McDowell missed the cut at Erin Hills and was watching with his family in Orlando while Brooks Koepka strolled to victory. “You know, Daddy won that trophy too,” his wife, Kristin, said to their kids. “No he didn't!” the young girls replied skeptically. Their son, Wills, might have joined the chorus of disbelief too, but he was too young to speak. “I had to go dig it out of my office and show it to them,” McDowell says. It was a moment both humorous and poignant for the slumping 2010 champion, who found himself wondering if all he had to look forward