Found June 14, 2013 on
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Now Steve Stricker has to close the deal. A good supply of frozen yogurt might help get it done.
Running out of time to win a major, the 46-year-old's steady game - and family-first schedule - has him in the frame of mind to finally clear that hurdle. He's only one stroke off the lead after shooting an even-par 70 Saturday in the third round of the U.S. Open at Merion Golf...
The way it's going lately, it can't be a major championship unless someone calls in to report a rules violation.
This time, the USGA talked to the player before he signed his card. And unlike Tiger Woods at the Masters, it turns out Steve Stricker did nothing wrong on the par-3 third hole except for a bad tee shot that led to double bogey.
USGA vice president Thomas O&...
Saturday At Merion Golf Club (East Course) Ardmore, Pa. Yardage: 6,996; Par: 70 Third Round Par Out 453 544 443-36
Phil Mickelson 454 554 443-38
Hunter Mahan 453 554 443-37
Charl Schwartzel 462 444 343-34
Steve Stricker 453 544 445-38
Par In 444 344 434-34-70-210
Phil Mickelson 334 344 425-32-70-209
Hunter Mahan 343 244 345-32-69-210
Charl Schwartzel 344 344 445-35-69-210...