Bryson Dechambeau wins US Open as McIlroy implodes

Rory McIlroy made three bogeys in his final four holes to blow the chance to end his 10-year wait for a major and allow Bryson DeChambeau to snatch the US Open. The Northern Irishman had overhauled a three-shot overnight deficit to the American to lead by two strokes with five to play but missed par putts within four feet at the 16th and 18th derailed his chances in devastating fashion. DeChambeau clinched his second major title with a nerveless four-foot putt.

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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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Brian Harman cruises to Open title at Hoylake

Brian Harman overcame an early wobble to stroll serenely to his first major title with a six-shot victory at the 151st Open Championship in Hoylake. A one-under 70 proved more than enough for the American, who finished on 13 under at a rain-soaked Royal Liverpool. World number three Jon Rahm finished joint second on seven under with Sepp Straka, Tom Kim and Jason Day.

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Harman remains five ahead as Young and Rahm make moves – The Open

Brian Harman responded superbly to Jon Rahm’s Royal Liverpool Open course-record 63 to maintain his stranglehold on the championship in Hoylake. He takes a five-shot lead into Sunday’s last round over fellow American Cameron Young, who is seven under after a 66.

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Brian Harman five clear of Fleetwood heading into weekend – The Open

England’s Tommy Fleetwood is Brian Harman’s closest challenger after the American hit a sensational six-under-par 65 to lead The Open by five shots. Harman holed four successive birdies from the second and a 15-foot eagle putt on the 18th to move to 10 under after two rounds at Royal Liverpool.

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