De Chambord’s second nine-hole at the US Open
San Diego (Associated Press)-Bryson DeChambeau went from leading the U.S. Open to an afterthought in the span of nine holes. Under Torrey Pine’s pressure, he is not the only player who has been sluggish.
At the beginning of the final round, the crowded leaderboard turned into a duel between Jon Rahm and Luis Oosthuizen, as one player after another fell in the brutal setting of Torrey Pines.
DeChambeau fell the fastest from the competition.
The defending U.S. Open champion took the lead by stopping one inch from the hole when he teeed off on the par-3. He was 5 under par, one shot ahead of Oosthuizen.