Justin Rose shot an even-par 70 to win his first major championship by two strokes over Jason Day and Phil Mickelson.
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''I couldn't help but look up at the heavens and think my old man Ken had something to do with it,'' Rose said.
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Rose nearly closed out with a birdie on 18.
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Mickelson finished second at the U.S. Open for the sixth time in his career.
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Mickelson got back into the lead after he holed out for eagle on the par-4 10th.
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''This is tough to swallow after coming so close," Mickelson said. "This was my best chance of all of them. I had a golf course I really liked. I felt this was as good an opportunity as you could ask for. It really hurts.''
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Mickelson needed to hole a pitch shot from off the green on 18 to force a playoff, but he missed.
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Mickelson nearly holed his bunker shot for eagle on No. 2.
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Mickelson started the day with a one-shot lead, but he came up short once again.
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Day made three bogeys on the back nine to fall out of the hunt.
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Rose's drive on 18 landed about eight yards behind Ben Hogan's plaque in the fairway.
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Hunter Mahan made a double and two bogeys in his last four holes to finish tied for fourth.
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Luke Donald made a double bogey, five bogeys and a birdie on the front nine and finished tied for eighth.
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One of Donald's errant shots struck a standard bearer.
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Tiger Woods shot a four-over 74 to finish at 13 over par.
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Steve Stricker could have become the oldest U.S. Open champion on Sunday, but he wound up tied for eighth.
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There was no doubt who these two fans were rooting for.
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Rory McIlroy made a quad, a double, two birdies and two bogeys for a 76.
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Rickie Fowler bogeyed three of the last four holes to tie for 10th.
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Shawn Stefani made an ace on the par-3 17th.
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Sergio Garcia shot a four-over 74.
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Ian Poulter made three bogeys and a triple for a 76.
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Henrik Stenson shot a six-over 76.
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Michael Kim finished as the low amateur.
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