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5 things from U.S. Open Saturday: Bryson DeChambeau's turning-point physio session, Ludvig Aberg's one bad hole

5 things from U.S. Open Saturday: Bryson DeChambeau's turning-point physio session, Ludvig Aberg's one bad hole

PINEHURST, N.C. — Maybe there was a time when Bryson DeChambeau felt like an afterthought. When he made the jump to LIV Golf, slowed his mad milkshake routine, stopped streaming his workouts and started looking more like the player who won both the NCAA Division I championship and the U.S. Amateur in the same stretch, DeChambeau’s profile waned.

After yet another impressive showing on Saturday at Pinehurst No. 2, however, DeChambeau’s star appears to be burning as bright as ever.

In a day filled with drama, including a mysterious physio treatment in the woods, DeChambeau showed he’s still a horse, pulling out of the third turn of the 2024 U.S. Open with a sizable lead. In the process, he posted his seventh consecutive round of 69 or lower in major championship play, and if he ties the record of eight (held by Rickie Fowler and Greg Norman), he’ll almost certainly hoist yet another trophy.

DeChambeau’s big day was just one of five things you should know after the third round of the U.S. Open.

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