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OSU Sports

June 16, 2014

Oklahoma State alum ties for 2nd at US Open

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US Open final leaderboard

At Pinehurst Resort and Country Club, No. 2 Course

Martin Kaymer (600), $1,620,000    65-65-72-69—271    -9

Erik Compton (270), $789,330    72-68-67-72—279    -1

Rickie Fowler (270), $789,330    70-70-67-72—279    -1

Keegan Bradley (115), $326,310    69-69-76-67—281    +1

Jason Day (115), $326,310    73-68-72-68—281    +1

Dustin Johnson (115), $326,310    69-69-70-73—281    +1

Brooks Koepka, $326,310    70-68-72-71—281    +1

Henrik Stenson (115), $326,310    69-69-70-73—281    +1

Adam Scott (82), $211,715    73-67-73-69—282    +2

Brandt Snedeker (82), $211,715    69-68-72-73—282    +2

Jimmy Walker (82), $211,715    70-72-71-69—282    +2

Jim Furyk (65), $156,679    73-70-73-67—283    +3

Matt Kuchar (65), $156,679    69-70-71-73—283    +3

Kevin Na (65), $156,679    68-69-73-73—283    +3

Justin Rose (65), $156,679    72-69-70-72—283    +3

Marcel Siem, $156,679    70-71-72-70—283    +3

J.B. Holmes (54), $118,234    70-71-72-71—284    +4

Ian Poulter (54), $118,234    70-70-74-70—284    +4

Jordan Spieth (54), $118,234    69-70-72-73—284    +4

Brendon Todd (54), $118,234    69-67-79-69—284    +4

Cody Gribble, $98,598    72-72-72-69—285    +5

Steve Stricker (50), $98,598    70-71-73-71—285    +5

Aaron Baddeley (46), $79,968    70-71-73-72—286    +6

Billy Horschel (46), $79,968    75-68-73-70—286    +6

Shiv Kapur, $79,968    73-70-71-72—286    +6

Rory McIlroy (46), $79,968    71-68-74-73—286    +6

Francesco Molinari, $79,968    69-71-72-74—286    +6

Daniel Berger, $59,588    72-71-78-66—287    +7

Brendon de Jonge (40), $59,588    68-70-73-76—287    +7

Victor Dubuisson, $59,588    70-72-70-75—287    +7

Chris Kirk (40), $59,588    71-68-72-76—287    +7

Graeme McDowell (40), $59,588    68-74-75-70—287    +7

Phil Mickelson (40), $59,588    70-73-72-72—287    +7

Kenny Perry (40), $59,588    74-69-74-70—287    +7

Ernie Els (34), $46,803    74-70-72-72—288    +8

Sergio Garcia (34), $46,803    73-71-72-72—288    +8

Bill Haas (34), $46,803    72-72-71-73—288    +8

Hideki Matsuyama (34), $46,803    69-71-74-74—288    +8

Patrick Reed (34), $46,803    71-72-73-72—288    +8

Lucas Bjerregaard, $37,754    70-72-72-75—289    +9

Zac Blair, $37,754    71-74-73-71—289    +9

Zach Johnson (29), $37,754    71-74-72-72—289    +9

Garth Mulroy, $37,754    71-72-70-76—289    +9

Louis Oosthuizen (29), $37,754    71-73-78-67—289    +9

Retief Goosen (25), $30,828    73-71-71-75—290    +10

Webb Simpson (25), $30,828    71-72-73-74—290    +10

Danny Willett, $30,828    70-71-78-71—290    +10

Harris English (22), $26,504    69-75-75-72—291    +11

Billy Hurley III (22), $26,504    71-74-75-71—291    +11

Ryan Moore (22), $26,504    76-68-71-76—291    +11

a-Matthew Fitzpatrick, $0    71-73-78-69—291    +11

Seung-Yul Noh (19), $24,514    70-72-76-74—292    +12

Gary Woodland (19), $24,514    72-71-75-74—292    +12

Stewart Cink (17), $23,535    72-72-74-75—293    +13

Scott Langley (17), $23,535    72-71-75-75—293    +13

Paul Casey (14), $22,649    70-75-74-75—294    +14

Nicholas Lindheim, $22,649    72-73-72-77—294    +14

Fran Quinn, $22,649    68-74-79-73—294    +14

Justin Leonard (12), $22,090    75-70-75-75—295    +15

Alex Cejka (10), $21,564    73-71-77-76—297    +17

Russell Henley (10), $21,564    70-74-82-71—297    +17

Kevin Tway (10), $21,564    72-72-81-72—297    +17

Clayton Rask, $20,775    73-71-77-77—298    +18

Kevin Stadler (7), $20,775    77-68-78-75—298    +18

Bo Van Pelt (7), $20,775    72-72-75-79—298    +18

Boo Weekley (5), $20,249    71-73-80-75—299    +19

Toru Taniguchi, $19,980    72-73-88-76—309    +29

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