The official film of the US Open 2000, held at Pebble Beach, California.
Pebble Beach, one of golf's most hallowed locations, was once again the site for a historic event. The 100th playing of the US Open may long be remembered as the definitive passage between eras - the 44th and probably final appearance of Jack Nicklaus, and the coronation of golf's new king, Tiger Woods.
While the rest of the field toiled and struggled amidst the difficult elements of Pebble Beach, Tiger Woods appeared completely relaxed and confident confident making unforgettable shots, and confident setting records.
At the end of the first round, Woods held a one stroke lead over his closest competitor. From that point on, it seemed only the weather could delay Woods' date with history. His march to victory was a record setting performance for the ages: largest 36-hole lead in an Open (6 strokes), largest 54-hole lead (10 strokes), and a 15-stroke victory that was the largest winning margin in any major championship.