Reported: The highest ratings for the U.S. Open since Fox started televising the national championship in 2015, according to the Nielsen ratings service. Sunday’s final round averaged 7.31 million viewers, peaking at 10.17 million from 9:15 p.m.-9:30 p.m. EDT as Gary Woodland won his first major championship. Final-round viewership jumped 44 percent from last year. The four rounds from Pebble Beach (Calif.) Golf Links that were shown on Fox and FS1 averaged 3.67 million viewers, a 28-percent increase from last year. West Palm Beach, Fla., emerged as the top market in the country, with an 8.4 rating. Kansas City, Mo., near Woodland’s hometown of Topeka, Kan., logged a 7.8 rating.