We're in for a pretty thrilling final round of the 2019 U.S.Open tomorrow. There should be a very competitive group at the top of the field, including one extremely dangerous player: Brooks Koepka.
The back-to-back U.S. Open (and 2019 PGA Championship) champion has been very consistent, following up a pair of 69s with a 68 on Saturday. He enters Sunday four strokes off the lead.
Gary Woodland had a solid follow-up to his fantastic Friday round. He shot a 69 to remain one strong up at -11.
Woodland had a few spots where he looked bound to give up some strokes. Instead, he made some miraculous shots today.
The 35-year old Woodland is staring down his first major win if he can hold on, and just his fourth PGA tour win overall. His previous best major finish was a tie for sixth in last year's PGA Championship.
Right behind him is Justin Rose at -10. He was on fire Thursday, shooting a 65, and has followed it up with a 70 and 68.
Here is what the top of the U.S. Open leaderboard looks like heading into Sunday at Pebble Beach.
From the PGA:
Other notable players:
T-9. John Rahm: -4
T-17. Dustin Johnson: -2
T-17. Francesco Molinari: -2
T-27. Jason Day: E
T-27. Tiger Woods: E
T-33. Rickie Fowler: +1
T-33. Jordan Spieth: +1
T-33. Sergio Garcia: +1
T-48. Patrick Reed: +3
T-48. Phil Mickelson: +3
The final tee time for the top group is at 5:30 p.m. ET on Sunday.