DeChambeau broke everyone's beliefs and concepts with his bulked-up physique and power hitting, and on Sunday after the first few holes, didn’t even give a semblance of a chance to anyone to win his maiden major.
Matthew Wolff, 21, shot 5-under 65 to finish the third round at 5-under 205. Wolff is one round away from becoming the youngest US Open champion since Bobby Jones in 1923.
Justin Thomas took a one-shot lead over Patrick Reed, Thomas Pieters of Belgium and Matthew Wolff, the 21-year-old Californian making his US Open debut after the first round.
Morikawa had four birdies, including two in his first four holes as he got off to a hot start. But it was his eagle at 16 that separated him from the tight pack at the top of the leaderboard.
DeChambeau finished his round with three consecutive birdies to secure his sixth PGA Tour victory. The win marks the American's fourth straight PGA Tour season with a triumph
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