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Phil Mickelson finished second at a U.S. Open for a sixth time, coming up two strokes short of Justin Rose, after shooting a final-round 74 at Merion Golf Club. read more >>
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University of California-Berkeley rising junior Michael Kim continued his remarkable season by earning low-amateur honors at the 2013 U.S. Open. read more >>
Dustin Johnson encountered a bee hive while trying to play an unorthodox shot in Saturday's third round of the U.S. Open. How did the Rules of Golf cover this situation? read more >>
Chevron has increased its donation to the Eagles for Education Program to $50,000 for every eagle recorded in the final round of the U.S. Open and $100,000 for a double eagle. read more >>
What are the Rules regarding dropping in a bunker after a shot has been played? John Van der Borght from the USGA Rules department explains. read more >>
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09:48 p.m. EDT | Thank you for your support of the 2013 U.S. Open. We look forward to bringing you all the action next year from Pinehurst No. 2.
09:20 p.m. EDT | USGA Executive Director Mike Davis on this year's U.S. Open: "It was great to come back here to Merion because there have been so many great moments in time here, and it's clear that time hasn't passed Merion by."
09:06 p.m. EDT | Justin Rose on his father, Ken, who passed away in 2002, when Justin was 21: "The time we had together was quality not quantity. I have very fond memories of the way I grew up. I can look back at our life together with a lot of fondness. I thought today was a fitting time – I felt like I had done what I could out there – I felt like I had practiced a lot of the lessons he taught me and I had conducted myself in a way he would be proud of."
09:04 p.m. EDT | Justin Rose on his approach shot on the 18th hole, hit from near the Hogan plaque: "I feel like I did it justice and hit a shot that even Ben Hogan might have thought was a pretty good one.” Like Hogan in 1950, Rose made par on the 72nd hole.
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