I thinks it was good, but there have been better. Tiger 2000 at Pebble Beach. He was -4 in the final round and beat the field by 15 strokes. And that’s just off the top of my head.
Here are some others.
Ranking the 10 Greatest Performances in US Open History
Ranking U.S. Open performances is a bit like ranking Michael Jordan dunks or Mariano Rivera saves. They are all great—it’s the U.S. Open, for goodness' sake...
Yeah, I agree. I may be partial because I'm not a fan of his, and yes, I know everyone else played the same course in the same condition but I just didn't feel it wasn't one of the most phenomenal rounds ever. It was very anti-climactic at the end which somewhat also turned me off to it.