DeChambeau moves three clear ahead of final round – US Open

Bryson DeChambeau takes a three-shot lead over Rory McIlroy, Patrick Cantlay and Matthieu Pavon into the final round of the US Open after a captivating third day at Pinehurst, North Carolina. The 2020 champion was paired in the final group with overnight leader Ludvig Aberg but left the Swede behind with a thrilling three-under-par 67 to improve to seven under.

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Åberg one clear of pack after round 2 – US Open

Swedish sensation Ludvig Aberg leads the US Open by one shot on five under after a fine display on a challenging second day at Pinehurst, North Carolina. The Ryder Cup star, who only turned professional 12 months ago, carded a one-under 69 to leapfrog overnight leaders Patrick Cantlay and Rory McIlroy.

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Patrick Cantlay and Rory McIlroy share lead following opening round – US Open

Rory McIlroy is the joint leader of the US Open alongside Patrick Cantlay after an intriguing first day at Pinehurst, North Carolina. American Cantlay was superb in the early wave shooting a five-under 65 to lead by one from Sweden’s Ludvig Aberg. Going out late, McIlroy plotted his way round a difficult golf course, looking unruffled as he matched Cantlay’s score with a bogey-free round.

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Tiger Woods named on entry list for The Masters

Tiger Woods has been included in an 85-man field for the Masters published on the tournament’s official website. Woods has not competed since withdrawing from February’s Genesis Invitational due to illness after six holes of his second round. It was the 48-year-old’s first PGA Tour event of the season and just his second tournament since undergoing ankle surgery in April last year after withdrawing from the Masters during the third round.

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Rory McIlroy resigns from PGA Tour policy board

Rory McIlroy has resigned from the PGA Tour’s Policy Board with the American circuit embroiled in high level negotiations over how to fund its future. McIlroy’s shock decision was revealed in a memo to the tour’s players issued by commissioner Jay Monahan, who thanked the golfer “for his dedication and commitment to the tour”.

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