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The U.S. Open tries everyone's patience. Come Sunday, that patience can finally give. Such was the case for Grayson Murray in the final round at The Country Club.
Though the video below says Murray was putting for a double bogey, it was actually for a 7 at the par-4 seventh. He narrowly missed and tapped in for an 8. He then heaved his putter in anger.
After a triple bogey at the ninth, to turn in 7-over 42, Murray hit an errant approach shot at the par-4 10th and then snapped his iron.
He bogeyed Nos. 10 and 11 as well, on his way to a 10-over 80.