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Sunday's Birdies and Bogeys

Who were the winners and losers on Day 4 at Pinehurst? It's time to take a closer look with another edition of birdies and bogeys.

June 15, 2014
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Bogey: Final-Round Drama

If you were looking for abrupt momentum shifts, this was not the U.S. Open for you. In fact, if you were looking for any momentum shifts, this was not the U.S. Open for you. With a five-shot advantage to enter the final round, Kaymer's lead never got to less than four on Sunday, meaning you could get up from your seat, walk the dog, go for a jog, and even take a nap, and still be able to come back to find Kaymer pretty much where you left him. With this U.S. Open already missing Tiger Woods and contending with the World Cup, it's no surprise that the final round ended up being a tough sell to casual fans. -- S.W.
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