Taylor Pendrith birdied his final hole of the U.S. Open to finish the fourth round at Winged Foot with an even par 70 on Sunday.
After a birdie and two bogeys on the front nine, Pendrith birdied the 11th, then bogeyed the 17th, before his final birdie brought him back to even par.
At 10 over through all four rounds, Pendrith, who has been playing this season on the Korn Ferry Tour, tied for 23rd and left Winged Foot as the top Canadian among the four who started the tournament.
Adam Hadwin, the only other Canadian to play the weekend, double bogeyed his first hole of the day on Sunday and added a couple of bogeys to make the turn at four over. On the back nine, he had four more bogeys and another double to finish the day with an 80.
Hadwin finished at 19 over.
The final leaderboard is here.
Canadian Golf Hall of Fame member and former PGA Tour player Richard Zokol gave his final thoughts on the U.S. Open here.