The first players placed in the Top Ten, Joel Dahmen (-1) and Nick Hardy (Even), begin their journey. Then it will be the turn of Sam Burns and Rory McIlroy (20.12). At 8:23 p.m. Adam Hadwin and Scottie Scheffler will leave. At 8:34 p.m. Jon Rahm and Keegan Bradley will start. Finally, the departure of Will Zalatoris and Matt Fitzpatrick is scheduled for 8:45 p.m.
Among the candidates for the final victory also counts Rory McIlroy. The Northern Irishman played superbly in the opening two rounds, and although he fell a bit behind yesterday (73), he is still at -1, just three shots off the leaders. McIlroy, a four-time major winner, won the US Open in 2011.
Rahm’s departure is scheduled for 8:34 p.m. (2:34 p.m. in Boston). The Spaniard will come out in the penultimate match alongside the American Keegan Bradley. For now, the wind continues to play a vital role on the course. So far only nine players out of the 50 already in play are going below par.
Rahm he saved that day with a more than worthy 71 strokes (+1), despite the fact that he was harmed by an error on the 18th hole that led him to sign a double bogey after not being able to get the ball out of a bunker at first. Before, the one from Barrika had chained three birdies on holes 14, 15 and 17 that had put him provisional leader.
Something similar happened to Collin Morikawawho started with five under par and finished two above after a horrendous day of 77 strokes, with two double bogeys and four bogeys.
Yesterday, on the third day, the strong wind was the protagonist and caused some historic setbacks. Scottie Schefflerworld number one and world champion Augusta Masters, promised them very happy at the end of his first nine holes, when he led alone with -6. He then chained a double bogey and three consecutive bogeys, and will start this final round with -2, two shots off the lead.
Rahmcurrent champion of the tournament, could reissue his title if he maintains the level of the three previous rounds, where he showed that he is one of the most solid players on the circuit, just what the infernal demands
The Country Clubscene of this ‘major’.
Greetings, good afternoon! Welcome to the storytelling last day of the US Golf Open. The third big of this season will be resolved in this final round to which the Spaniard arrives with all the options John Rahmthird in the standings just one stroke behind the leaders, the American Will Zalatoris and English Matt Fitzpatrick.