The U.S. Open leaderboard got a massive overhaul after some insanely difficult conditions at Shinnecock.
Dustin Johnson’s four-stroke lead vanished in a matter of six holes, but he kept his game together enough to remain the favorite at +250 as part of a four-way tie for the lead entering Sunday.
Johnson is joined at the top by defending champion Brooks Koepka (+350), Daniel Berger (+800) and Tony Finau (+800). Berger and Finau, who will go off in the final pairing Sunday, shot rounds of 66 on Saturday and then watched the leaders collapse.
Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson are still lurking one and two shots back, respectively. Rose comes in at +500, and Stenson is available at +1000 on Bovada.