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Former OU Golfer Gas Lowest Final Round At U.S. Open

OAKMONT, Pa. (AP) _ Former University of Oklahoma golfer Anthony Kim shot the lowest round on the final day of the U.S. Open in Oakmont, Pennsylvania.

Kim fired a 3-under, 67, and finished in a tie for 20th overall at 14-over.

Former Oklahoma State golfer Scott Verplank had the best finish among Oklahomans in the event. Verplank ended in a tie for seventh at 10-over.

Former Cowboy Hunter Mahan tied for 13th at 12-over.

Angel Cabrera won the tournament at 5-over, 285.
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