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U.S. Open 2013: Justin Rose wins, Phil Mickelson settles for 2nd again at Merion Golf Club

On another brutal day at Merion, Justin Rose emerged as the winner of the 113th U.S. Open while Phil Mickelson settled for his sixth second-place finish at his country's national championship.

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Lefty criticizes ‘terrible’ par-3 set-up at Merion

Phil Mickelson loved Merion but he could do without the 274-yard, par-3 third hole -- and he shared his distaste with USGA officials.

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Another second place 'heartbreaking' for Lefty

Lefty and winner Justin Rose are overcome by emotions after the Englishman wins the 2013 U.S. Open.

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Justin Rose enjoys some new hardware

Not a bad acquisition for the Englishman.

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Rose wins, Mickelson settles for 6th runner-up

Merion was the big winner again on Sunday, with the winning score settling above par in the 113th U.S. Open.

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Justin Rose finally gets 1st major at U.S. Open

Justin Rose shot a final-round 70 to take the title at Merion.

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Rose wins $1.44 million

Rose held on to win the 2013 U.S. Open, and as a result will take home a check worth close to $1.5 million.

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Rose leads, Mickelson 1 back

There are only a few holes left in the U.S. Open, and Justin Rose is currently leading by one stroke.

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Phil takes wedge off the putting surface

Phil's creativity with his wedges even extends to the putting green.

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Mickelson jumps back into the lead

Phil Mickelson jumped back to the top of the leaderboard with an unlikely eagle, and he's now tied with Justin Rose for the lead.

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Phil sinks it to retake the lead

It's always an adventure with Phil.

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Rose leads by 1

The lead changes continue at Merion and it's now Justin Rose leading the way.

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Jason Day comes up juuuuust short

The Aussie's stay atop the leaderboard was a brief one after Merion's signature hole got the best of him.

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Tiger sets ‘Wrong kind of record' at U.S. Open

Tiger Woods ends a nightmarish week at Merion at 13-over.

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U.S. Open winner will pocket $1.44 million

There is a huge purse ready for distribution on Sunday at the U.S. Open as players compete for a piece of the $8 million pot.

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Mahan lead, Mickelson 2 back

A second double bogey dropped Phil Mickelson off the lead, which is currently held by Hunter Mahan.

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‘Not where we want [pace] to be,’ says USGA prez

USGA president Glen Nager wants you to know that he has heard your complaints about the creepy-crawlies at this week’s U.S. Open.

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Luke Donald goes for a dip in Cobb's Creek

It's been an eventful start for the Englishman.

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Mickelson still leading at 1-under

There has been some early action in the final round, but Phil Mickelson is still leading the way.

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Stricker off to a rough start

The second hole was not kind to Steve Stricker, who has now fallen well off the lead at the U.S. Open.

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Rory taking frustrations out on new Nike clubs

Rory McIlroy is not having a real good time.

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Tiger wrapping another ugly day, Phil readies

Tee times for the leaders at the U.S. Open are approaching and based on the early results, a low round may be attainable.

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‘Like any other day,’ Stricker says of Open Sunday

Unlike the rest of the golfing world, Steve Stricker is not obsessed with Phil Mickelson in the final round of the U.S. Open.

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A 16-shot swing in 24 hours at the U.S. Open

The U.S. Open is a cruel, unpredictable monster.

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Golf fans are the best

Divided by an ocean, united by a shared love of tight, patriotic costumes.

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Tiger’s Open can’t get much worse

Tiger Woods puts a sad exclamation mark on his wretched week at Merion by carding a triple-bogey 8 on the second hole.

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Ace!

No. 17 has been difficult all week but not for Shawn Stefani on Sunday who aced the hole.

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BillyHo dons ‘pretty sweet’ threads on Sunday

Ready or not, Billy Horschel's octopus pants will be front and center in Sunday’s final round of the U.S. Open.

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More birdies available on Sunday?

Merion hasn't yielded many birdies thus far, but players going off early are finding some success on Sunday.

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Ranking the top players' chances on Sunday

There are nine accomplished and proven players within four shots at the start of Sunday's final round. Let's handicap their chances at Merion.

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Mickelson leads, but how?

Phil Mickelson is playing the really hard holes really well and it's a big reason why he's leading the U.S. Open.

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Sunday's TV schedule and coverage

With a crowded and star-studded leaderboard, the U.S. Open is poised for an entertaining final round. Viewers will be able to watch all of the key action with extensive television coverage planned.

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Tiger’s ‘toast,’ says Johnny Miller

Tiger Woods heads into Sunday’s finale at Merion 10 shots back of Phil Mickelson.

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Phil Mickelson favored to win U.S. Open Sunday

Phil Mickelson's odds of winning the 2013 U.S. Open improved from Saturday to Sunday after Lefty carded a 70 to move to 1-under overall.

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Watch the final round online

The 2013 U.S. Open champion will be crowned on Sunday and viewers can watch the round online or on their mobile devices.

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A Sunday loaded at the top

The final hour of tee times for Sunday's final round at the U.S. Open is loaded with proven American and international talent, building the hype and anticipation for a memorable evening finish at Merion.

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U.S. Open final round, chance of rain.

Final round of the U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club will feature a chance of showers and storms both in the morning and again in the afternoon.

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Phil, Hunter Mahan anchor Sunday at Merion

For the second straight day, it will be Phil Mickelson in the final group as he attempts to capture the white whale of his career on Sunday.

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Mickelson leads through 3 rounds

After 54 holes of the U.S. Open, Phil Mickelson remains as the only player under par. He'll be in the final group on Sunday, playing for his first U.S. Open title.

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Tiger plays his way out of it

Tiger's chances at a 15th major are wiped away after his highest professional round at a U.S. Open.

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