Washington's Pan totals 16-over par in U.S. Open, finishes 45th overall
ARDMORE, Pa. -- Husky stalwart Cheng-Tsung Pan wrapped up an excellent week at the U.S. Open by shooting 76 in the final round on Sunday to finish tied for 45th with some of the games top names.
The Huskies first team PING All-American ended with a four-day total of 295 (72-72-75-76) at Merion Golf Club -- tying at 16-over par with seven other golfers, including Sergio Garcia and 2013 Masters champion Adam Scott.
Pan was second among all amateurs in the field. Michael Kim tied for 17th at 10-over par to lead four amateurs that made the cut.
South African Justin Rose was the tournament's champion. He shot 70 in the final round to finish 1-over par overall and outdistancing tough-luck runner-up Phil Mickelson by two strokes.
Pan had a stellar start to his final round and made it through the first 10 holes even par. A double bogey on No. 11 and bogey on No. 12 were countered by a birdie on 13; Pan's second - and last -- of the day.
He finished with two more bogeys and a double on the 18th hole.