In 2021, Omaha Country Club will become the seventh course to host the U.S. Senior Open Championship twice. Kenny Perry won 2013 U.S. Senior Open at the club and his 72-hole score of 13-under 267 was well ahead of runner-up Fred Funk (272). Corey Pavin and Rocco Mediate tied for third at 7-under 273. Perry shot 64-63 over the final two rounds and his 127 total shattered the U.S. Senior Open record by three strokes and his 10-stroke comeback over the final 36 holes remains the greatest in championship history. Perry became the third player to win the U.S. Senior Open and Senior Players in the same year, joining Gary Player (1987) and Orville Moody (1989).