Frustrating day shakes up leaderboard at U.S. Open

Justin Rose reacts after missing a putt on the 12th hole during the third round of the U.S. Open on Saturday in Southampton, N.Y. Rose shot a 3-over-par 73 and was fifth, one shot out of the lead.

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. - Dustin Johnson gets at least one more round to try to redeem himself in the U.S. Open.

So does the United States Golf Association.

The best players in the world were no match for a Shinnecock Hills course that even the USGA conceded got out of hand Saturday. Putts were rolling some 50 feet by the hole and over the green. No one from the final 22 groups could match par. Phil Mickelson intentionally broke a rule on the 13th when he trotted to his ball rolling by the cup and swatted it with his putter as the ball was still moving.

"It was a very tough test, but probably too tough this afternoon," said Mike Davis, the USGA's chief executive. "We must slow the courses down tonight, and we will."

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