Bryson DeChambeau takes control of US Open with glorious 67 as Rory McIlroy rues late bogeys

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  • DeChambeau shoots impressive 67 to enter final round -7 at Pinehurst
  • McIlroy rues late bogeys but third round 69 leaves him tied for second

Bryson DeChambeau shot a three-under-par 67 to seize control of the US Open on a sweltering Saturday afternoon in the North Carolina sand hills, breaking free of a tightly packed cluster of leaders atop the leaderboard with a blistering stretch of golf that held the teeming crowds at Pinehurst No 2 in his thrall.

Four years after lapping the Winged Foot field by six strokes to win America’s national championship for the first time, the 30-year-old American has found himself 18 holes from a second US Open trophy behind a reimagined game to match his remade personality.

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Written by Bryan Armen Graham at Pinehurst
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