Mondays US Open action foxsports Oct 20, 2016 at 5:01p ET Golden moment for Glover Lucas Glover celebrates with the winner's trophy after his two-stroke victory at the 109th U.S. Open. Gotta love it Lucas Glover celebrates his two-stroke victory with his wife Jennifer. Losing his way Ricky Barnes, the third-round leader, battled Bethpage on the final day of the U.S. Open and shot a 76 to finish at two-under 278, two shots behind Lucas Glover. Mickelson's mad dash Phil Mickelson made one heck of a Monday charge -- an eagle on No. 13 gave him a share of the lead at 4-under. Tough day for Tiger Tiger Woods reacts after a poor shot on the tenth hole as the final round of the U.S. Open resumed Monday. Duval's feeling it too Phil Mickelson isn't the only fan favorite at Bethpage. David Duval is getting a lot of love from the gallery too as he made his own Monday charge. Woods watching Tiger Woods watches his tee shot on the 11th hole Monday. He remained in the hunt despite a disastrous end to his first round on Friday. Welcome to Bethpage, Ricky Third-round leader Ricky Barnes is learning what Bethpage Black is really all about as he lets his lead slip away during Monday's play. Just not quite enough Phil Mickelson made a nice run at the U.S. Open on Monday, but had to settle for a three-way tie for second. Bubba from the bunker Bubba Watson chips out of a bunker on the fifth fairway. No wonder the scores have been all over the place the last few days. Unhappy ending Mike Weir was in contention until a bogey on the 15th and a double bogey on the 16th dropped him to 2-over par. Garcia in the grass Sergio Garcia kept it steady throughout, but was never really a threat at Bethpage. Fisher's angling for a win Ross Fisher was one of the few who still had a shot to win on Monday. He wound up in fifth place, three shots behind the winner. Going for a Monday drive Lucas Glover watches his tee shot on the fourth hole. Back in the hunt David Duval, who has struggled for years, finished tied for second at 2-under par. Making his point Hunter Mahan takes aim on the seventh tee. He finished tied for sixth at even par after shooting a 72 in the final round. Not feeling chipper Ricky Barnes watches his pitch shot on the fifth hole. The third-round leader shot a 76 Monday and finished tied for second at 2-under. Grip it and rip it Stephen Ames of Canada tees off at the 12th tee. He shot a 72 to finish at 2-over for the tourney. Having a ball Lucas Glover waits on the 10th green. After shooting 3-over on the front nine, he steadied himself and played even-par the rest of the way to win the tournament by two strokes. Making a charge Phil Mickelson celebrates his eagle putt on the 13th green that put him at 4-under for the tourney. But Mickelson stumbled down the stretch to finish tied for second at 2-under. Did they call in sick at work Monday? Fans watch play during the continuation of the final round. Lining it up David Duval lines up a putt with the help of his caddie Jeff Weber. Make some, miss some Phil Mickelson hit some big putts in the U.S. Open but just missed a few down the stretch that may have helped him force a playoff. Tossing away his last chance Ricky Barnes flips his putter after barely missing a putt on the 18th green. He finished tied for second. Unlikely last pair Lucas Glover, right, is congratulated by Ricky Barnes after winning the U.S. Open championship.