Here are three videos that show how the 2014 US Open will end
The drama on the 72nd hole at Pinehurst has been great in the past two US Opens, will it be again this year?
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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