England's Tommy Fleetwood is one shot off Brian Harman's lead going into Sunday's final round of the US Open.
Tommy Fleetwood is backed to win the US Open by coach Norman Marshall, who first taught him as a six-year-old.
Ernie Els has parred the first. The South African was looking good on Thursday when skipping round the front nine in 32, but has since tumbled well back. It would be nice to see Theodore (yes, that's his real name) with a smile back on his…
Fleetwood, Harman trade birdies at 15, tie for lead at U.S. Open as 3rd round winds down.
Tommy Fleetwood salvaged a final-hole bogey to stay within one shot of leader Brian Harman heading in to the final round of the US Open.
24-year-old Thomas' score surpasses the eight-under 63 carded by Johnny Miller to win at Oakmont in 1973.
Third round leader Brian Harman faded on the back nine, while two bogeys in four holes cost home favourite Rickie Fowler
TOMMY FLEETWOOD'S resolve to become the second English golfer in four years to capture the U.S. Open was far from dampened despite letting slip a share of the lead with a final hole bogey on day three at Erin Hills in Wisconsin.