Justin Rose wins U.S. Open

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ARDMORE, PA (TheSpread) – Justin Rose broke through and won his first major championship on Sunday, as he won the 2013 U.S. Open.

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In a round that saw a number of players look as if they were going to pull away, only to fall apart, Rose played steady, finishing with an even-par 70. Rose finished +1 for the tournament, two shots ahead of Jason Day and Phil Mickelson, who each went 3-over for the tournament.

According to oddsmakers from Bovada.lv, Rose had 25/1 odds to win this event coming into the week, which means a wager of $100 on him to prevail will pay out an additional $2,500.

Mickelson had a shot to force a playoff, but it was a tough chip that ran long of the hole on 18. He did land in an eagle on the par-4 10th, but it wasn’t enough to get the victory.

Tiger Woods ended up +13 for the tournament, which put him in a tie for 32nd place.

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2013 U.S. Open Top 5 Results

1 Justin Rose +1 (281)

T2 Phil Mickelson +3 (283)

T2 Jason Day +3 (283)

T4 Jason Dufner +5 (285)

T4 Ernie Els +5 (285)

T4 Billy Horschel +5 (285)

T4 Hunter Mahan +5 (285)

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