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US Open 2015: Adam Scott Shoots Final-Round 64 at Chambers Bay

US Open 2015: Joe Passov Evaluates Chambers Bay Criticism 
GOLF Magazine's Travelin' Joe Passov joins Ryan Asselta to talk about Chambers Bay and all that encompasses the site of the 2015 U.S. Open; the course criticism, the course itself and the fan experience.

Adam Scott matched the second-best final round in U.S. Open history on Sunday, a bogey-free 64 that allowed him to claw his way into the fray at rugged Chambers Bay.

The lowest score remains Johnny Miller's memorable 63 at Oakmont in 1973. Peter Jacobson shot 64 at The Country Club in 1988, and Tom Kite and Vijay Singh did it at Southern Hills in 2001.

Jacobsen's round of 64 came on a course that was a par-71. Like Chambers Bay, Southern Hills played to par 70.

Scott shot 70-71 over the first two rounds to make the cut, but was 2 over on Saturday as others made their moves. He was never in trouble Sunday, making birdie on his final hole as the 6,000 fans in the grandstand roared.

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Adam Scott fired a 6-under 64 during his final round of the U.S Open.

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