A closer look at Phil Mickelson's close calls at the U.S. Open

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A closer look at Phil Mickelson's close calls at the U.S. Open

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A closer look at Phil Mickelson's close calls at the U.S. Open

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2013

Phil Mickelson on the 18th green after putting out during the final round of the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion. (Eileen Blass/USA TODAY Sports)

COURSE: Merion Golf Club
SCORES: 67-72-70-74–283.
RESULT: Tied for second, two shots behind Justin Rose.
KEY MOMENT: Mickelson was one shot behind when he hit wedge over the green on the par-3 13th hole and made bogey. Still one shot behind in the 15th fairway, his wedge was so short that he used a wedge to chip from the putting green and made another bogey.
NOTEWORTHY: It was the first time Mickelson had the outright lead (one shot) going into the final round of a U.S. Open.

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