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- Hit Greens Like Rose
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- Merion: The Spiritual Home Of American Golf
- Phil on his 'heartbreaking' loss
- Final Round Highlights
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- How To Finish Like Ben Hogan
- U.S. Open Round 3 Highlights
- Phil: Sunday Could Be 'Something Special'
- Tiger Stumbles Again at the U.S. Open
- Tiger Explains His Sore Elbow
- Mickelson Confident Heading Into Weekend
- Al Tielemans / Sports IllustratedJustin Rose displayed remarkable grit in surviving golf ’s ultimate test, but the other winner at the U.S. Open was historic Merion, which showed it still has the teeth to take a bite out of the world’s best, writes Michael Bamberger. Full Story
- Robert Beck / Sports IllustratedOn the 72nd hole, Phil Mickelson sprinted ahead to see if his improbable chip shot would drop for a birdie to force a Monday playoff with Justin Rose. See Sports Illustrated's best photos of Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Justin Rose and more from Merion. See Photos
- Robert Beck, Simon Bruty / Sports IllustratedDid Justin Rose win the U.S. Open or did Phil Mickelson lose it? Our panel debates the Open's thrilling finish, if this Open is Mickelson's worst heartbreak, what's wrong with Tiger at majors and whether the USGA should come back to Merion. Full Story
Features & Opinions More Golf.com Writers
John GarrityHeartbreak Kid Mickelson came up just short once again, and there's only one word for that.
Jeff RitterMajor Malfunction The stars were supposed to be aligned for Tiger, but he left another major empty-handed.
Peter KostisThe Odd Couple Daring Phil Mickelson and the vanilla U.S. Open make an improbable match.
Best Quotes Of Week Sergio Garcia on heckling from Philly fans and why Steve Stricker feels like a dork in our Top 10 U. S. Open quotes.