The 2016 U.S. Open champion succumbed to Shinnecock Hills' awful terrain of unevenness, from bunkered fairways to up-and-down greens.
The US Open, one of golf's four majors, had become a farce.
The return to Shinnecock Hills was supposed to make the U.S. Open feel like a traditional test that felt more like survival. "Look, I don't mean disrespect by anybody".
Mickelson said he knew the action would bring a two-shot penalty, and that he had hit the ball to prevent it from rolling off the green. And to finally do it, it's much more gratifying the second time.
Woods hasn't won a major title since 2008 when he bagged the US Open.
When the US Open was held at Shinnecock Hills back in 2004, the USGA had to water the seventh green all day long during the final round.
His bogey putt from above the hole ran by the cup and was headed down a slope when he trotted over and swatted it back toward the hole with the ball still in motion.
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So it made sense when Austin shrugged and said, "What good is yelling and getting mad at the USGA gonna do? I feel like you got to kind of take it from me, to be honest with you". There was a buzz around him, with fist pumps and cheers beginning to follow him around the golf course. I don't mind it being tough.
Mike Davis, chief executive officer of the USGA, conceded that the greens got away from the course setup people. Choking with immortality right there in front of him has to be the most embarrassing.
Johnson entered the third round with a four-stroke lead.
Officials watered the greens overnight and on Sunday morning in an effort to avoid a repeat of Saturday's fiasco.
"Hell of a job", odd said to him. It moves him back up to 11th in the world rankings. The course after round 3 gave up 362 double bogeys or worse.
Koepka pulled a pitching wedge to the left, down the slope and into thick grass.
Players faced constantly changing wind speeds on Thursday, and the combination of the strong wind and bright sunshine dried out the greens.
"If I hit it any harder", he muttered, "I go down the f-- hill".
It's Dustin Johnson's tournament, and we're all just along for the ride. He noted that there were 6-7 putts that he could have holed but didn't (thus the regression). Two holes later, after another drive into grass so thick he wasn't sure he could get it out, Koepka rolled in an 8-footer for another par save. Koepka played the last seven holes at 3 over.
"I'm trying to choose my words because they play a fine line between guys teeing off in the morning being able to be really aggressive - a couple of 66s - and then making the course hard but just about on the edge (for the later starters)", said the Woburn attached golfer. "He kept it together, and he's a world player".
After all, he was the lone survivor of Saturday's chaos, posting the best score of any player to tee off after noon at 1-over. "It wasn't great for me, but it was great as a golfer to watch how he did it". Johnson was one shot behind at the turn until three-putting three times on the back nine.
Koepka's birdie at the par-5 16th stretched his lead to two shots over Tommy Fleetwood, who tied the U.S. Open single-round record with a 63. As Johnson staggered toward the scoring area, the group cheered lustily and awkwardly, apparently oblivious to the carnage of the past seven hours. "We will admit there were some aspects of the set-up where we went too far in that well-executed shots were not rewarded and in some cases penalised". "He was busy grinding his tail off and I was busy grinding mine". It's unfortunate because in my opinion this is one of the best venues in all of golf.
Only one of them did. Johnson took the lead but struggled.
Despite the tough outing, Fox went from a nine-way share of 26 to a tie for 23. Next year: Pebble Beach. Anderson won his third straight in 1905.
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That provided the space Argentina needed to whip in the cross that led to the penalty that was expected to be the match-winner. Within the opening 15 minutes, we got to see more chances than in probably the entirety of the game which preceded it.
Osorio survived calls for his head after his team were thrashed 7-0 by Chile at the Copa America Centenario two years ago. The goal decided the match - a match Germany didn't expect to lose. "The game was close and I just wanted to do my job".
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On 17 minutes France 'keeper Hugo Lloris turned a unsafe deflection from Corentin Tolisso around his far post. Australia did a brilliant job of making life hard for Didier Deschamps' more fancied outfit.
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They weren't the only favourite to struggle, with Brazil drawing with Switzerland while Germany lost to Mexico . With this disappointing start by the Germans, it is yet to be seen if they can match Brazil's long-held record.
Russian Federation selected 11 host cities to be the venues for the matches of the 2018 World Cup and they are Moscow , St. Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan, Saransk, Kaliningrad, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Nizhny Novgorod, Yekaterinburg and Samara.
Germany struggled to break down the El Tri defense, too often settling for crosses against a well-set defense. Germany , meanwhile, face an uphill task to become the first team to win back-to-back World Cups in 56 years.
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