2011 U.S. Open Leaderboard Update: Phil Mickelson Ends Tournament At 7-Over

Phil Mickelson's 2011 U.S. Open has come to an end and probably none too soon after finishing at 7-over. After experiencing a meltdown on the course Saturday afternoon with a 6-over, Mickelson came out looking for a rebound on Sunday. He shot 1-over on the front nine, bogeying the par-5 sixth hole.

Things continued to go well through the back nine when he made par on the first four holes. He followed that with three birdies in the next four holes to sit at 2-under for the round. But then the ghosts of Friday came around on the 18th hole again. Mickelson double-bogeyed the final hole of the day to finish at even-par.

He is currently tied for 55th, moving up two spots from where he started the day. In 2010, Mickelson finished tied for fourth with Tiger Woods at 3-over.

For the latest on the 2011 US Open, stay with this StoryStream throughout the day. For more on golf, head over to SB Nation's Waggle Room.

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