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Dustin Johnson Is Imploding At The U.S. Open

Dustin Johnson leaves the golf course in disappointment.

The 2018 U.S. Open is in its third round. The tournament, being played from Shinnecock Hills in Long Island, has been called the hardest major in golf.

It's living up to that name after three rounds. Not a single player is under par on Saturday.

That includes 36-hole leader Dustin Johnson who sat at four-under par entering Saturday's round. Johnson is through eight holes today and he's six-over par.

He started Saturday with a four-shot lead and now sits two strokes behind leader Henrik Stenson who is at even par.

Johnson's card is...rough.

Dustin Johnson's scorecard at the U.S. Open.

Johnson is in serious danger of losing control of his round.

If he can find a way to settle down and start making pars he should be okay. The course is playing more difficult today than the first two days of the tournament, and the scores are reflective of that fact.

Can the World No. 1 hang on?