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Justin Rose comes painfully close to holing out back-to-back bunker shots

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Thanks to some gnarly wind conditions, the start to the 2018 U.S. Open has been brutal for scoring. Only a handful of players have stayed at even or under-par during the morning wave.

Justin Rose has had an up-and-down opening round but it's his bunker game that has helped keep his scorecard healthy compared to many in the field.

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On the 13th hole, Rose masterfully used the speed of the green and the amount of green he had to work with to put this shot to tap-in range for par.

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And then his next bunker shot on the 15th hole, he came painfully close to putting this delicate bunker shot in the bottom of the cup.

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Par is a quality score today, and shots like these will be crucial for those players looking to stay toward the top of the leaderboard.

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