U.S Open Lead in a Four-Way Tie; Mickelson Incurs Penalty

June 17, 2018 - 10:20 am
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By Mike Jafari @mjafariWGR

The U.S. Open is underway with plenty of stories going into the Final round on Father’s Day.

A four-way tie between Americans Brooks Koepka, Daniel Berger, Tony Finau and Dustin Johnson lead the clubhouse at +3.

English golfer Justin Rose right behind them at +5, followed by Swede Henrik Stenson at +5.

Perhaps overshadowing the U.S. Open, is the controversy surrounding Phil Mickelson.  On his 48th birthday, Mickelson hit a moving ball at the 13th hole. Mickelson received a two-stroke penalty for the action and sits in 15th place at +15 going into the final round.

The U.S. Open concludes on Sunday.  Stay Tuned to WGR for the latest.

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