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Justin Rose ends a 43-year English drought by winning the U.S. Open. Phil Mickelson celebrates his birthday with a second-place finish. Shawn Stefani hits a hole-in-one on the 17th hole. These are just a few of the highlights from this year's tournament at the Merion Golf Club.
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Dan Gelston (AP)
ARDMORE, Pennsylvania -- LaRue Temple has to take off Sunday from working behind the bar.
He's needed on the bag of a U.S. Open contender.
Amateur Michael Kim should be one of those feel-good stories at Merion Golf Club as he makes his charge up the leaderboard.
But it's his caddie who was feeling the Philly love on Saturday.
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ARDMORE, Pennsylvania -- Considering the history of bad pants in golf, Billy Horschel had to go a long way to stand out.
But the Octopus-print pair he donned for Sunday's final round at the U.S. Open did the trick. Somewhere, John Daly, long considered golf's leader in the clubhouse for bad fashion, is rummaging through his closet for a response.
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Doug Ferguson (AP)
ARDMORE, Pennsylvania -- This isn't the kind of record Tiger Woods had in mind at the U.S. Open.
Woods went out-of-bounds on his second tee shot of the final round at Merion and closed with a 4-over 74. That gave him his worst 72-hole score as a pro in the U.S. Open, and it tied for his high score in any major.
"I did a lot of things right," Woods said. "Unfortunately, I did a few things wrong, as well."
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Dan Gelston (AP)
ARDMORE, Pennsylvanian -- Rory McIlroy started the U.S. Open with a run up the Rocky steps.
He ended it going a few rounds with one of his clubs.
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