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US Open 3rd Round Live Updates, Leaderboard: Bryson DeChambeau escapes by 3 shots in dominant outing at Pinehurst

US Open 3rd Round Live Updates, Leaderboard: Bryson DeChambeau escapes by 3 shots in dominant outing at Pinehurst

We started the moving day with a US Open rookie leading the way.

By the time Pinehurst’s No. 2 team cleared for the night, Bryson DeChambeau had established a dominant lead over the rest of the field.

DeChambeau escaped with the third round on Saturday afternoon in North Carolina. He carded a 3-under 67 and held a ridiculous four-shot lead over the rest of the field at one point while everyone else slid away. He will enter Sunday’s final round with a three-shot lead while searching for his second US Open win.

DeChambeau will be out with Mathieu Pavone, who finished Saturday with a 1-under 69. Rory McIlroy, who hasn’t won a major in nearly a full decade now, is fourth on the week as well. He was briefly in the mix on Saturday, but bogeyed two of his final four holes to fall behind. He will partner Patrick Cantlay in the penultimate group, the first time they have played together since the Ryder Cup last fall.

Hideki Matsuyama is in fifth place with 2 under on the week. Ludvig Åberg, who started the day with a one-shot lead, had a brutal triple bogey on the back nine and ended up finishing the day 3 up. He’ll go with Matsuyama. Tyrrell Hatton and Tony Finau are tied at one point, and are the only other under par golfers heading into the final round.

Top-ranked Scottie Scheffler, on the other hand, struggled again. He said golf at the US Open is like a “mental torture chamber.”

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  • Leaderboard update

    With 18 holes remaining, here’s a look at the leaderboard at Pinehurst.

    Leaderboards

    1. Bryson DeChambeau (-7)

    T2. Matteo Pavone (-4)

    T2. Rory McIlroy

    T2. Patrick Cantlay

    T5. Hideki Matsuyama (-2)

    T5. Ludwig Aberg

    T7. Tyrell Hatton (-1)

    T7. Tony Finau

  • Bryson DeChambeau led by a hat-trick

    Bryson DeChambeau, suddenly a man of the people, dominated Pinehurst on Saturday.

    More Jay Busby on the ground in North Carolina.

    PINHURST, NORTH CAROLINA - JUNE 15: Bryson DeChambeau of the United States plays his shot on the 11th hole during the third round of the 2024 US Open on Course No. 2 at Pinehurst Resort on June 15, 2024 in Pinehurst, North Carolina.  (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)PINHURST, NORTH CAROLINA - JUNE 15: Bryson DeChambeau of the United States plays his shot on the 11th hole during the third round of the 2024 US Open on Course No. 2 at Pinehurst Resort on June 15, 2024 in Pinehurst, North Carolina.  (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)

    Click on the image to read more about Bryson DeChambeau’s leadership in North Carolina. (David Cannon/Getty Images)

  • Michael Campbell won in 2005, for what it’s worth.

  • Bryson DeChambeau finished with a 3-shot lead

    Bryson DeChambeau birdied the 18th, giving him a 3-under 67 on the day. He will enter Sunday at 7 below zero with a three-shot lead over the course.

  • McIlroy vs. Cantlay rematch

    Well, this should be a lot of fun peeling back on Sunday after the chaos in Rome.

  • Sprint to 18

    Bryson DeChambeau wasted no time. He booked it to the 18th tee, teed off almost immediately and sent his drive left of the fairway. We’ll see how this turns out.

  • Bryson keeps going again

    Bryson is totally cruising. He just bounced back with a birdie on the 17th, his sixth of the day, and he had a three-shot lead again heading to the final hole.

  • Bryson throws darts again

    Yep, that duo never rocked Bryson. He stuck his tee shot at No. 17 a few feet from the cup to make another birdie look. amazing.

  • Bryson brings back two

    Well, that changes things. Bryson DeChambeau, after a strong putt on No. 16, just made double bogey. His lead was suddenly just two shots away with two holes to go.

  • Rory’s day is over

    Rory McIlroy’s day is over, and it’s hard to believe he’s not disappointed. He made two bogeys on his final four holes, and missed a couple good birdie looks down the stretch, en route to a 1-under 69.

    As it stands, he’s four shots behind Bryson DeChambeau.

  • Bryson’s progress continues to grow

    Bryson’s progress continues to grow. Rory McIlroy was once again upset in front of him to drop to fourth place. So DeChambeau’s lead is now an incredible four shots as he tries to get up and down for par on the 15th.

  • Another Bryson bird

    Bryson DeChambeau is starting to run away with this thing. He just made another birdie putt after a tough drive, pushing his lead to three.

    The fans at Pinehurst love it, too.

  • Bryson’s lead was back to two and three abergs

    Bryson had a great look at the 13th, but barely missed the cup. He settled for an easy draw – but as Rory McIlroy was just ahead of him, Bryson’s lead was back to two.

    Ludwig Aberg, on the other hand, was now out of it. He just made a three-putt on No. 13, his fourth hole-in-the-hole today Five shots behind. harsh.

  • “Don’t blame me, I’m sorry.”

    Bryson couldn’t give the crowd what they wanted, so he fell into the dugout.

    Of course, it worked out for him.

  • Rory cuts the gap

    Rory McIlroy is now back at it again after a huge birdie putt on the 14th. We could be looking at the final pairing between Rory and Bryson on Sunday…

  • Rory’s not leaving

    Rory McIlroy is hanging in there. The big par save on 13th keeps him at 5 under this week, which is still two behind DeChambeau.

  • Bryson pushes his lead to 2

    Yes, Bryson DeChambeau is fine.

    After finishing work on his hip and completing the longest drive of the day, Bryson had just sunk his second plane in a row. Apply now 2.

  • Bryson DeChambeau gets the job done

    Meanwhile, Bryson DeChambeau had some work left to do before finishing 11th.

    Then he took a longer trip in the day, because of course he did.

  • Leaderboard updated (again) after Rory’s last bird

    It’s getting harder to keep up with this. Rory McIlroy just made a birdie putt on No. 12 to join the group at 5 under. It was his second birdie in the final four holes.

    Bryson DeChambeau may be ahead, but we have a lot of golf ahead of us on Saturday. Let’s look at the top of the leaderboard.

    Leaderboards

    1. Bryson DeChambeau -6 (10)

    T2. Matteo Pavone -5 (13)

    T2. Tony Finau (11)

    T2. Rory McIlroy (12)

    T2. Ludwig Aberg (10)

  • DeChambeau takes command solo

    Ludvig Åberg barely missed his eagle putt on the 10th, so he’ll settle for birdie. That gave him a share of the lead at 5 under…which lasted about 30 seconds.

    Bryson DeChambeau, who made a ridiculous approach of his own into the greenside bunker, went up and down to take the lead birdie single at 6 under.