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Here are three videos that show how the 2014 US Open will end

By Kyle Porter | Golf Writer

More Golf: Leaderboard | Rankings | Schedule | Equipment | FedEx Cup | US Open

Here's a look at the closing holes at Pinehurst No. 2 this year for the US Open.

Nos. 16-17-18 will be filled with drama, surely, come Sunday and it will be the most skilled navigator of the three who hoists the trophy on Sunday night.

No. 16 is a total monster -- a 528-yard par-4 -- that doubles as the only hole on the entire course with water.

No. 17 is a par three that was home in 1999 to two of the more tremendous closing shots we've seen on a par-3 in Open history.

And 18, oh 18 will hold the keys to immortality. It is a 451-yard beast that demands your last gasps.

In 2005 Michael Campbell went bogey-birdie-bogey to clip Tiger Woods and in 1999 Payne Stewart went par-birdie-par to beat Phil Mickelson by one. Here's a look at that famous scorecard.

A good look at what should be a great finish.

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