US Open 2019 Leaderboard: Sunday Live Updates, Scores and Results for Round 4

2:25pm UTC Jun 16, 2019Pebble Beach, California
David Kenyon

Gary Woodland capped the 2019 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links with a 30-foot birdie to win his first career major championship. Woodland's strong final round prevented a torrid start from two-time defending winner Brooks Koepka from turning into a dramatic comeback story. Koepka birdied four of the five holes, clawing within one shot of Woodland multiple times on the day. However, a few errant drives and missed putts on the back nine cost Koepka a chance to complete a stunner. Xander Schauffele, Jon Rahm, Chez Reavie and Justin Rose all tied for third place.

  1. June 17, 2019
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    Gary Woodland Wins US Open 🏆

    Woodland (-12) edges defending champ Koepka to win first career major

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    US Open Round 4 2019-06-16

    Gary Woodland Wins US Open 🏆

    Woodland (-12) edges defending champ Koepka to win first career major

    Scott Polacek
    via Bleacher Report
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    No Shame, Koepka

    Even though he came up short, another fantastic performance in a major for Koepka.

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    Crushed It

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  6. June 17, 2019
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    Who Needs 3?!

    Sensational putt! Woodland drills a long birdie putt for an emphatic victory!

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    Woodland Nearing a Win

    He's playing the 18th conservatively, as you can understand, and has three putts from about 35 feet away to win.

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    Koepka Misses Birdie on 18

    Woodland, meanwhile, makes par on 17 and holds a two-shot advantage entering the par-5 18th. All he needs is a bogey to become the 2019 U.S. Open champion.

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    Perfect Chip from Woodland!

    That doesn't seal a U.S. open victory, but it sure comes close.

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    Woodland with Work to Do

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    But Is It Enough?

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    Woodland Maintains Lead

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    Koepka Pars 16

    Woodland could always give back a shot or two, but Brooks is running out of time to catch the leader.

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    🐦for Woodland!

    That birdie gives him a two-shot advantage with four holes remaining; Koepka has three left.

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    What a Shot!

    Woodland pulls out the 3 wood and hammers a 263-yard shot, now sitting just off the fringe on the par-five 14th. This is massive birdie opportunity for the leader.

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    Koepka Scrambling Well

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    Leaderboard Update

    1. Gary Woodland -11 (12) 2. Brooks Koepka -10 (13) 3. Justin Rose -9 (12) T4. Xander Schauffele -7 (17) T4. Chez Reavie -7 (13)

  25. June 16, 2019
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    Woodland's Lead Back to 2

    Koepka bogeys No. 12, dropping to a tie with Rose at 10 under.

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    IT'S HAPPENING

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    Woodland Gives One Back

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    Three-Man Race at Pebble

    Scott and Oosthuizen recently carded double bogeys, and Chez Reavie played the front nine even. They'll need birdie-filled finishes to challenge Woodland, Rose and Koepka.

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  34. June 17, 2019
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    Tiger Woods Finishes -2 at US Open with Final-Round 69

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    US Open Round 4 2019-06-16

    Tiger Woods Finishes -2 at US Open with Final-Round 69

    Rob Goldberg
    via Bleacher Report
  36. June 16, 2019
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    Tiger Ends 2 Under

    Remarkable finish for Tiger, who somehow clawed his way to a potential top-20 spot thanks to that scorching 12-hole stretch.

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    Great Day for Scott

    If he can drop in a couple more birdies and shoot a 63 today, he'll set a course record while putting some decent pressure on the leaders.

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    Rory Spins It Close

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    Hovland Sets a Record

    In his final round as an amateur, Hovland makes history. Pretty decent way to announce his soon-to-be official presence as a professional.

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    Good Luck in 2020

    The widespread scoring is entertaining, but the USGA will likely have a much tougher course at Wingfoot next year.

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    Par? Gross

    Woodland does the same on the fifth, maintaining his two-shot advantage on Koepka and three-shot lead on Rose.

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    Leaderboard Update

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    Tiger Is Under Par!

    Fifth birdie for Woods since that dismal start, and he's barely even getting attention on the broadcast. How often could you say that?

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    Koepka Again!

    Another lovely putt has trimmed the lead to two; Woodland has back-to-back birdies heading onto the fourth hole.

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    Koepka's Charge Continues

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    Tiger Back to Even

    Really an impressive finish to what seemed a miserable day, one that opened with four bogeys on six holes.

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    It's Brooks' World

    Quite the three-hole stretch for Koepka, who sits three shots behind Woodland after the leader birdies the second hole.

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    That'll Work, Tiger

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    Koepka's Shot Is Unreal 👏

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    Rose Evens Woodland!

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    Great Scott, Indeed

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    Goodbye for Now, Rory

    Disastrous second hole. McIlroy is suddenly a non-contender.

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    Oh, Let's Do This

    Koepka making an immediate charge along with Oosthuizen could inject some much-needed life into this long Sunday at Pebble Beach.

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    Hello to You, Louie

    Gorgeous putt for birdie on his first hole. Oosthuizen jumps to eight under, now trailing Gary Woodland by three shots.

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    Prugh Back on Track

    After a double on nine and bogey on 10, Prugh dropped below even. Nothing that a tidy chip-in can't help!

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    Molinari Making a Move

    Three birdies in five holes has lifted Molinari to five under par.

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    Hovland Stays Hot

    Last round as an amateur for the Oklahoma State product.

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    Tiger Inching Up

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    Eh-ppy Birthday

    Mickelson finishes the tournament at four over par and will be outside the top 25 for the fifth straight U.S. Open.