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Five memorable U.S. Open rounds by golfers with Utah ties

Published: Wednesday, June 13 2012 12:33 p.m. MDT

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In 1973 at Oakmont Country Club, 26-year-old Johnny Miller, just a few years out of BYU, came from way behind with a final-round 63 to win his first major. Miller hit all 18 greens in regulation and birdied the first four holes. He had nine birdies on the day to go with one bogey. The 8-under-par 63 remains the best final-round score ever in a major some four decades later.
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