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2018 US Open: final-round tee times, TV details and betting odds

Dustin Johnson shares the lead at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club

World No.1 Dustin Johnson is one of four Americans tied for the lead going into the final round of the US Open golf major at Shinnecock Hills.

It was tough going for Johnson yesterday when he dropped seven shots in his third round score of 77, but despite the setback he joins defending champion Brooks Koepka, Daniel Berger and Tony Finau as the ones to beat today.

England’s Justin Rose, the US Open winner in 2013, is one shot off the lead while Sweden’s Henrik Stenson remains in the mix. Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat, US Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk and Patrick Reed, the Masters champion, are three shots behind the leaders.

The BBC says there was “a moment of madness” on Saturday when Phil Mickelson stopped his ball from rolling off the 13th green and incurred a two-shot penalty. After his round he said: “If someone is offended I apologise, but toughen up. Knowing the rules is never a bad thing. You always want to use them in your favour.”

ESPN has called on Mickelson to withdraw from the final round at Shinnecock Hills. ESPN writer Ian O’Connor says: “Mickelson made a mockery of his sport’s national championship on his 48th birthday, and he should now do the honourable thing and remove himself from the tournament.”  

Johnson remains the bookies’ favourite to win his second US Open major after victory in 2016. See the betting odds below.

2018 US Open leaderboard after three rounds
  • T1. Daniel Berger (USA) + 3 
  • T1. Tony Finau (USA) +3 
  • T1. Brooks Koepka (USA) +3 
  • T1. Dustin Johnson (USA) +3 
  • 5. Justin Rose (Eng) +4 
  • 6. Henrik Stenson (Swe) +5 
  • T7. Jim Furyk (USA) +6 
  • T7. Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Tha) +6 
  • T7. Patrick Reed (USA) +6

118th US Open

  • What: the second golf major of the year 
  • When: 14-17 June 2018 
  • Where: Shinnecock Hills, Southampton, New York 
  • Official website:
How to watch on TV

Sky Sports Golf will broadcast live from Shinnecock Hills. Coverage of the final round starts at 4.30pm. 

US Open betting odds

Latest prices according to Oddschecker, as of 17 June.

To win the 2018 US Open:

  • Dustin Johnson: 13/5 
  • Brooks Koepka: 4/1 
  • Justin Rose: 9/2 
  • Tony Finau: 8/1 
  • Henrik Stenson: 12/1 
  • Patrick Reed: 25/1 
  • Justin Thomas: 66/1 
  • Kiradech Aphibarnrat: 70/1

US Open fourth-round tee times

All times UK, players are US unless stated and (a) is for amateurs.

  • 1.21pm: Andrew Johnston (Eng) 
  • 1.32pm: Byeong Hun An (Kor), Patrick Rodgers 
  • 1.43pm: Phil Mickelson, Rickie Fowler 
  • 1.54pm: Ross Fisher (Eng), Tim Wilkinson (NZl) 
  • 2.05pm: Tyler Duncan, Calum Hill (Sco) 
  • 2.16pm: Kevin Chappell, Mickey DeMorat 
  • 2.27pm: Jimmy Walker, Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn) 
  • 2.38pm: Cameron Wilson, Jason Dufner 
  • 2.49pm: Will Grimmer (a), Aaron Baddeley (Aus) 
  • 3pm: Dean Burmester (Rsa), Brian Harman 
  • 3.11pm: Patrick Cantlay, Sam Burns 
  • 3.22pm: Peter Uihlein, Luis Gagne (Crc) (a) 
  • 3.33pm: Matthieu Pavon (Fra), Bill Haas 
  • 3.44pm: Marc Leishman (Aus), Alex Noren (Swe) 
  • 3.55pm: Pat Perez, Louis Oosthuizen (Rsa) 
  • 4.06pm: Chirs Naegel, Haotong Li (Chn) 
  • 4.17pm: Matt Parziale (a), Steve Stricker 
  • 4.28pm: Brandt Snedeker, Jhonattan Vegas (Ven) 
  • 4.39pm: Charles Howell, Rafa Cabrera Bello (Esp) 
  • 4.50pm: Brendan Steele, Scott Piercy 
  • 5.01pm: Tommy Fleetwood (Eng), Russell Henley 
  • 5.12pm: Russell Knox (Sco), Ryan Fox (NZL) 
  • 5.23pm: Paul Casey (Eng), Francesco Molinari (Ita) 
  • 5.34pm: Matthew Fitzpatrick (Eng), Justin Thomas 
  • 5.45pm: Bryson DeChambeau, Xander Schauffele 
  • 5.56pm: Zach Johnson, Webb Simpson 
  • 6.07pm: Gary Woodland, Charley Hoffman 
  • 6.18pm: Ian Poulter (Eng), Branden Grace (Rsa) 
  • 6.29pm: Tyrrell Hatton (Eng), Dylan Meyer 
  • 6.40pm: Brian Gay, Jim Furyk 
  • 6.51pm: Patrick Reed, Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Tha) 
  • 7.02pm: Henrik Stenson (Swe), Justin Rose (Eng) 
  • 7.13pm: Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka 
  • 7.24pm: Tony Finau, Daniel Berger


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