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At the club in Northern Ireland where Rory McIlroy learned to play golf, they celebrated from the first birdie Sunday.
It was a hole that helped drown Phil Mickelson's weekend. Many golfers complained about it and how it didn't fit the rest of the course at Congressional Country Club.
As the man moved closer, so did the roar.
The final day at the U.S. Open was much the same as the first three: A Rory Runaway.
The U.S. Open's Rory Runaway still has 18 holes to go. Nevertheless, there's little reason to believe one of golf's burgeoning stars will fritter away a shot at his first career major.
Lee Westwood is so far behind the lead he's not even thinking about chasing Rory McIlroy on the weekend.
You can't hold these kids back any longer. In combined age, Rory McIlroy (22) and Jason Day (23) are barely older than Phil Mickelson (41), but they've been visible in enough majors to convince you that, soon enough, they're going to break through and win one — and probably a bunch more after that.
There's at least one notable absence from the players lining up to throw a ticker-tape parade for Rory McIlroy.
The golfers passed on the footbridge without a word.