Kite looks back on windy final round at Pebble

Fowler grabs early lead with record-tying 7-under 65 at US Open

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While Justin Thomas was the headline act at Erin Hills on Saturday courtesy of a sensational nine-under 63, the lowest score to par in the tournament's history, it was Harman who ended round three at the top of the leaderboard.

Johnny Miller has poured cold water over Justin Thomas breaking his "low score in relation to par" record at the US Open during the third round at Erin Hills. Vijay Singh was the last player to accomplish the feat in 2003 at Olympia Fields.

In the history of the U.S. Open, only six players previously had ever gotten to double digits under par.

Thomas, Koepka and Fleetwood are one stroke behind Harman entering the final 18 holes, while Fowler looms two strokes back.

"I'm going to enjoy my time tonight with my little girl and my wife".

Scheffler birdied No. 18 for a 1-over 73 in the final round.

ERIN, Wis. - You can seemingly see for miles in all directions across the vast Erin Hills landscape, yet there isn't a major champion in sight.

Conditions for the final round are expected to be the windiest they have been all week and leader Harman, who posted a five-under-par 67 on Saturday, believes he is well-equipped to deal with the increased wind.

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The 26-year-old looked set to record his second bogey-free round of the week - nearly unheard of at the US Open - on Saturday until an unfortunate dropped shot at the last meant he fell one back of the lead.

-Thomas on the meaning of his record-setting 63.

"The majors have a different feel and sound to the roars and to hear the crowd go insane when I holed that putt on 18 was really cool", said Thomas, whose back-to-back wins in Hawaii in January included an opening 59 in the Sony Open. "I love this golf course; I think it's great". Harman, who missed the cut in his previous two U.S. Opens, is going for his first major title. "Just to hear all the people yelling my name and cheering me on between holes and in between shots is pretty special, so it's a lot of fun". The ball landed on the front of the green just soft enough that it rolled out 8 feet by the hole.

Fleetwood also looked free of nerves until the final hole, where two clumsy shots around the green resulted in his first dropped shot of the day. Yeah, it was the first time popping them back out in play.

But two-time major victor Jordan Spieth proved a good score was still possible, the 2015 champion carding five birdies and two bogeys in a 69 to finish one over par overall. "But I'm looking forward to getting the job done".

"Of course they were teeing me up to be a contractor, the architects were", Kubly said. "I will do my best", he said.

Then again, none of the top 16 on the leaderboard has ever won a major. That has never happened in the U.S. Open since Sony began keeping these stats, in 1988. On the 8th, I had a six foot birdie putt, jammed it going uphill, and had to make an six footer coming back for a bogy.

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