US Open live golf scores, results, highlights from Sunday’s Round 4 leaderboard

The 2020 U.S. Open all comes down to this.

Sunday stands to be the toughest day yet of the tournament; golfers will make a final dash for the top of the leaderboard, but the greens at Winged Foot Golf Club should be especially perilous after three days of competition. Only seven players recorded an under-par score during Saturday’s Round 3, and the greens only stand to be slicker and faster in Round 4.

Perhaps the biggest story to come out of the U.S. Open is second-year pro Matthew Wolff, who carded an incredible 5-under 65 on Saturday to take sole possession of the tournament lead heading into the final round. If Wolff can finish strong, then he can earn not only his second professional win but also his first golf major. But look for Byrson DeChambeau (3 under) and Louis Oosthuizen (1 under), the only other players under par after three rounds, to be strong as well.

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U.S. Open updates, highlights from Sunday’s Round 4

3:56 p.m.: Wolff misses his par-saving attempt, giving an extra stroke to DeChambeau after he makes par. This could be the turning point of the tournament.

3:52 p.m.: Interesting situation over on the par-3 10th; Wolff’s tee lands in the rough right by the bunker. He has to choke up on his club and stand in the bunker to get the ball back onto the green, and very nearly sinks a birdie on the attempt. He’ll have a 7-foot par attempt, but DeChambeau can gain another stroke or two here depending on how thinks play out (he has a 15-foot birdie attempt).

3:43 p.m.: Unbelievable — both Wolff and DeChambeau hit their respective eagle attempts; if there were crowds here, the place would be roaring. They head into the back nine at 5-under and 4-under, respectively.

DeChambeau’s eagle:

And Wolff’s:

3:38 p.m.: DeChambeau and Wolff both find the green on the par-5 ninth, but Wolff has a 10-foot look at eagle compared to DeChambeau’s 38-foot attempt; if Wolff can sink that (assuming DeChambeau misses and hits birdie), then both golfers will head into the back nine tied for the lead at 4-under.

3:29 p.m.: DeChambeau’s 10-foot par attempt breaks too soon, and he’ll have to settle for the tap-in bogey. Lucky for him, Wolff’s 8-foot par attempt just missed to the left, so he remains in sole possession of first place. They move to the ninth hole at 3-under and 2-under, respectively.

3:26 p.m.: Wolff and DeChambeau both looking at long-ish putts to save par on the eighth hole — this could be an impactful hole.

3:23 p.m.: Xander Schauffele notches consecutive birdies on Holes 8 and 9 to go to even for the tournament; he has a chance to make up some ground on the back nine too.

3:20 p.m.: Wolff and DeChambeau both score par on the seventh.

3 p.m.: Wolff and DeChambeau both go for par on the sixth. Onward.

2:46 p.m.: DeChambeau takes the outright lead after sinking a 7-foot putt to save par on Hole 5; Wolff, meanwhile, can’t sink the 10-foot par attempt and settles for the bogey. He’s now in second at 3-under after two bogeys in three holes.

2:30 p.m.: DeChambeau showing he’s more than just a power golfer. He ended up scoring a birdie here to pull even with Wolff at 4-under!

2:18 p.m.: Wolff bogies on his third hole of the day, putting him 1-over for the round and giving him just a stroke lead over DeChambeau.

1:48 p.m.: A bunker birdie. Excellent stuff from Daniel Berger.

1:45 p.m.: DeChambeau isn’t going to just settle for the second-place finish.

1:08 p.m.: That’s about as perfect a shot as you can make, Justin Thomas.

12:44 p.m.: More excellent short game from the Winged Foot Golf Club:

12:43 p.m.: That’s a beautiful up-and-down from Daniel Berger to save par.

11:31 a.m.: An amazing tee shot sets up an easy birdie for Tyler Duncan on the 10th:

9:54 a.m.: Michael Thompson is just showing off on this masterful 26-foot birdie.

9:42 a.m.: John Pak scores the first eagle of the day — a little late, all told, but still impressive.

9:24 a.m.: Jason Day is looking good early on the third hole.

U.S. Open tee times 2020

Round 4: Sunday, Sept. 20

Hole No. 1

Tee time (ET) Pairing
8 a.m. Abraham Ancer
8:11 a.m. John Pak, Troy Merritt
8:22 a.m. Rory Sabbatini, Shugo Imahira
8:33 a.m. Chesson Hadley, Shane Lowry
8:44 a.m. Cameron Smith, Sebastián Muñoz
8:55 a.m. Jason Day, Patrick Cantlay
9:06 a.m. Robert MacIntyre, Tyler Duncan
9:17 a.m. Bernd Wiesberger, Brian Harman
9:28 a.m. Stephan Jaeger, Erik van Rooyen
9:39 a.m. Taylor Pendrith, Michael Thompson
9:50 a.m. Romain Langasque, Lucas Herbert
10:01 a.m. Adam Scott, Ryo Ishikawa
10:12 a.m. Adam Hadwin, Sungjae Im
10:23 a.m. Matt Wallace, Rickie Fowler
10:34 a.m. Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Jon Rahm
10:45 a.m. Daniel Berger, Charles Howell III
10:56 a.m. Jason Kokrak, Renato Paratore
11:07 a.m. Thomas Detry, Lanto Griffin
11:18 a.m. Brendon Todd, Bubba Watson
11:29 a.m. Tony Finau, Lee Westwood
11:40 a.m. Dustin Johnson, Paul Casey
11:51 a.m. Justin Thomas, Billy Horschel
12:02 p.m. Will Zalatoris, Adam Long
12:13 p.m. Patrick Reed, Thomas Pieters
12:24 p.m. Joaquin Niemann, Webb Simpson
12:35 p.m. Lucas Glover, Alex Noren
12:46 p.m. Rafa Cabrera Bello, Viktor Hovland
12:57 p.m. Zach Johnson, Rory McIlroy
1:08 p.m. Harris English, Xander Schauffele
1:19 p.m. Hideki Matsuyama, Louis Oosthuizen
1:30 p.m. Bryson DeChambeau, Matthew Wolff

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