Ardmore, PA – Justin Rose parred the 72nd hole at the U.S. Open on Sunday, now he has to wait and see if Phil Mickelson can catch him.
Rose bogeyed 16 to slip to plus-1, but his par at the last sealed a round of even-par 70. He finished at 1-over 281.
Mickelson has two holes to go and is one back at plus-2.
Jason Day is alone in third place at plus-3.
Jason Dufner and Hideki Matsuyama matched the low round of the week on Sunday as they closed with 67s. Dufner and British Open champion Ernie Els (69) are in the clubhouse at 5-over 285.
Among others that have finished are Brandt Snedeker (plus-10), Padraig Harrington (plus-11) and Matt Kuchar (plus-12). Last year's champion Webb Simpson and Tiger Woods both finished at 13-over, while Sergio Garcia and Masters winner Adam Scott both ended at plus-15.