The water hoses were out early Sunday for the final round of the U.S. Open in its attempt to slightly soften Shinnecock Hills.
With his score Sunday, Fleetwood became only the second player to shoot 63 in a final round of the U.S. Open.
The victor? Nick Faldo, the best major championship player of his generation. "That's Jena Sims. They were all staying together this week".
But two-time PGA Tour victor Berger had seen the danger developing during his early round. "So I guess we got one for sure this week".
"We're good buddies", Johnson said Saturday, "but [Sunday] when we tee off, we'll be friends after the round, not during".
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Edwards, 30, now plays pro soccer in Sweden after playing for several teams in the USA during her career.
However, playing with the lead at the start of the final round meant that Koepka was under pressure. He topped a tie for sixth by St. George native Jay Don Blake in the 1992 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach in California. Sims won the Miss Georgia Teen USA competition in 2007 and later started charity called "Pageants for Hope", which organizes beauty pageants for children with cancer and other health issues.
Koepka follows sports (most pros do), but usually doesn't watch golf on TV (most don't).
Some great golfers, fortunate ones, discover that one of their sport's major championships suits their style of play and their temperament perfectly.
"So I'll spend a little time with Frankie and Clare", he said with a wide smile. "I enjoy being pushed to the limit". I grew up around golf; my dad is a huge golfer.
"I know the rules". "That's exciting. I wasn't up on that information". It's the same game I've been playing for 24 years now.
These results, living in the world of "collapse", are fascinating in golf.
Patrick then played audio of Buck's flub.
"To get that up and down was absolutely massive", caddie Elliott said.
"A 62 was more on my mind than where I was in the tournament coming down the last few holes", said the 27-year-old from Southport.
"I always feel like I'm overlooked".
"Watching them down the stretch, you've got nothing but respect for how well Brooks did, just to hole the putts at the right time", said Fleetwood, who could only watch and wait.
Finau was trying to become the first player with local ties to win a U.S. Open since ex-BYU golfer Johnny Miller won in 1973 at Oakmont, Pennsylvania. But only Koepka went low, and none of the other three co-leaders could mount a serious challenge. "He is thorough", Buck tweeted. But a amusing thing happened simultaneously: Koepka's desire went the other way, inflating until it was ready to burst. "It's just a game that I've been playing my entire life". We're just fine. It was an honest mistake.
"I had seven or eight putts that easily could have gone in the hole but didn't", said Johnson, who finished with 38 putts.