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Patterson misses U.S. Open cut
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The fairy tale run for Brett Patterson at the U.S. Open came to an end Friday. After posting a 7-over 78, which followed a plus-6 77 on Thursday, Patterson failed to make the cut at the Congressional Country Club course in Bethesda, Maryland.Patterson, a McMinnville native and upcoming sophomore at Middle Tennessee State University, qualified for the Open with a course-record 62 round 10 days earlier at Hawks Ridge Golf Club in Ball Ground, Ga. Upon arriving in Maryland Monday, Patterson played three practice rounds before beginning the Open on the 10th hole Tuesday afternoon.Patterson’s first round began with a double bogey on the par-3, 10th hole. He would go on to shoot a 5-over 76, leaving him two strokes behind the cut line.Patterson took to the course Friday looking to make a move into the red, but his day got off to a similiar start as the day before.Patterson bogeyed the par-4 No.