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got good positions on the top 4 of the leaderboard, what are your thoughts on the chances of others winning from further back, surely will be tougher today with tougher pins, firmer greens and possibly more wind.

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By:
kincsem
When: 16 Jun 19 14:29
Chesson Hadley -5 at 300s small money.
I doubt Gary Woodland and Justin Rose can keep a 3 to 4 shot lead on the pack for more than a few holes.
It must go to one of the eight players on -11 to -5.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 14:47
18 of the last 20 Champions were inside the TOP 5 through 54 holes.

Gary Woodland -11
Justin Rose -10
Brookes Koepka -7
Chez Reavie -7
Louis Oosthuizen -7
By:
sofiakenny
When: 16 Jun 19 14:52
Only one multiple major winner in that lot.Devil
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 14:55
Koepka is seeking a 2nd consecutive multiple-major win season. The only player to do that before? A guy called Tiger (2005-06)
Willie Anderson (only man to win 3 straight U.S. Opens) was in 2nd place entering the final round in 1905 when he won his 3rd in a row. Ben Hogan was also in 2nd in 1952 through 3 rounds when he was going for 3 straight, but finished 3rd.

ROSEY at 38yo would be the oldest US Open champion since Payne Stewart in 1999 (age 42) and IF he wins would become the first European player to win a second US Open title since Alex Smith in 1910.
By:
xmoneyx
When: 16 Jun 19 14:59
have willet top 10 for £300

hail mary bet on winner

haven't decided
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 15:07
TEE TIMES & Two-ball betting.....

15:32    Bernd Wiesberger Justin Walters    5/6    8/1    9/5   
15:43    Cameron Smith Chip McDaniel    8/13    8/1    21/10   
15:54    Charlie Danielson Luke Donald    17/10    8/1    3/4   
16:05    Kyle Stanley Zach Johnson    15/13    8/1    21/20   
16:16    Kevin Kisner Andy Pope    4/7    8/1    12/5   
16:27    Marcus Kinhult Brian Stuard    5/4    8/1    21/20   
16:38    Rafa Cabrera Bello Brandt Snedeker    6/4    83/10    10/11   
16:49    Clement Sordet Daniel Berger    15/8    8/1    13/18   
17:00    Andrew Putnam Adri Arnaus    5/6    8/1    7/4   
17:11    Tommy Fleetwood Aaron Wise    8/11    8/1    9/5   
17:22    Sepp Straka Harris English    6/4    8/1    1/1   
17:33    Phil Mickelson Charles Howell III    4/5    8/1    8/5   
17:44    Emiliano Grillo Rory Sabbatini    15/13    8/1    11/10   
17:55    Billy Hurley III Bryson DeChambeau    11/4    17/2    4/7   
18:06    Collin Morikawa Erik van Rooyen    8/5    8/1    11/13   
18:17    Patrick Reed Carlos Ortiz    10/11    8/1    2/1   
18:28    Paul Casey Webb Simpson    6/5    8/1    11/10   
18:39    Chandler Eaton Tom Hoge    8/5    15/2    10/11   
18:50    Martin Kaymer Rhys Enoch    4/7    17/2    11/4   
19:01    Sergio Garcia Jordan Spieth    13/8    83/10    4/5   
19:12    Jason Dufner Billy Horschel    13/10    83/10    21/20   
19:23    Rickie Fowler Alex Prugh    1/2    17/2    11/4   
19:34    Nick Taylor Shane Lowry    2/1    83/10    3/4   
19:45    Haotong Li Viktor Hovland    1/1    8/1    11/8   
19:56    Tiger Woods Marc Leishman    8/11    83/10    7/4   
20:07    Jason Day Tyrrell Hatton    3/4    83/10    9/5   
20:18    Jim Furyk Matthew Fitzpatrick    21/20    83/10    6/5   
20:29    Hideki Matsuyama Patrick Cantlay    6/4    83/10    19/20   
20:40    Scott Piercy Francesco Molinari    13/8    83/10    5/6   
20:51    Dustin Johnson Brandon Wu    7/17    9/1    4/1   
21:02    Nate Lashley Abraham Ancer    13/8    83/10    10/11   
21:13    Adam Scott Xander Schauffele    11/10    15/2    11/10   
21:24    Byeong-Hun An Matt Wallace    7/5    83/10    1/1   
21:35    Henrik Stenson Jon Rahm    11/8    8/1    1/1   
21:46    Graeme McDowell Danny Willett    1/1    83/10    13/10   
21:57    Chesson Hadley Matt Kuchar    5/2    83/10    8/13   
22:08    Rory McIlroy Louis Oosthuizen    4/6    83/10    2/1   
22:19    Chez Reavie Brooks Koepka    51/19    83/10    8/15   
22:30    Justin Rose Gary Woodland    5/6    83/10    17/10
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 15:08
SUNNY in a light westerly breeze
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 15:14
The winner of the 119th U.S. Open will take home $2.25 million.

Here's a full prize money payout for this week at Pebble Beach:
• 1. $2,250,000
• 2. $1,350,000
• 3. $830,466

• 4. $582,175
• 5. $484,896
• 6. $429,951
• 7. $387,617
• 8. $347,157
• 9. $314,190
• 10. $288,590

• 11. $263,365
• 12. $243,509
• 13. $226,901
• 14. $209,418
• 15. $194,433
• 16. $181,945
• 17. $171,955
• 18. $161,965
• 19. $151,975
• 20. $141,984

• 21. $133,368
• 22. $124,751
• 23. $116,385
• 24. $108,642
• 25. $101,899

• 26. $96,155
• 27. $91,784
• 28. $87,913
• 29. $84,167
• 30. $80,420
• 31. $76,674
• 32. $72,928
• 33. $69,181
• 34. $65,810
• 35. $63,062
• 36. $60,315
• 37. $57,693
• 38. $55,195
• 39. $52,698
• 40. $50,200
• 41. $47,702
• 42. $45,205
• 43. $42,707
• 44. $40,210
• 45. $37,712
• 46. $35,465
• 47. $33,217
• 48. $31,094

• 49. $29,845
• 50. $28,596
• 51. $27,847
• 52. $27,223
• 53. $26,723
• 54. $26,473
• 55. $26,224
• 56. $25,974
• 57. $25,724
• 58. $25,474
• 59. $25,225
• 60. $24,975
• 61. $24,725
• 62. $24,475
• 63. $24,226
• 64. $23,226
• 65. $23,726
• 66. $23,476
• 67. $23,227
• 68. $22,977
• 69. $22,727
• 70. $22,477
• 71. $22,228
• 72. $21,978
• 73. $21,728
• 74. $21,478
• 75. $21,229
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 15:33
THE chasers.....
Brooks Koepka is 4-for-5 at going sub-70 in the final round of the U.S. Open,
Chez Reavie has just the one win on the PGA Tour (but the best AT&T Pro-am finish of the top six – second last year),
Louis Oosthuizen still hasn’t won in the States,
and Rory McIlroy has only won a major (four of them) with a 54 hole lead.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 15:34
McIlroy – “It's definitely not a golf course or a golf tournament where you can go chasing. Even though I'm still a few off the lead, it's a wonderful opportunity for me to go out there and try to add to my major tally.”
By:
xmoneyx
When: 16 Jun 19 15:47
- 10

playoff?
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 15:55
WOODY's won a playoff before (against Reavie btw)...

https://www.golf.com/tour-news/2018/02/05/gary-woodlands-victory-came-special-surprise-18th-green
By:
Quincy
When: 16 Jun 19 15:59
Betting suspended, for whatever reason
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 16:35
If you want to make a move up the leaderboard at Pebble Beach, you need to do it on the first seven holes.
Through three rounds, the field is a combined 39-under-par on holes 1-7. They are a ridiculous 660-over-par on holes 8 through 18.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 16:38
The largest final round deficit overcome to win the US Open is seven shots by Arnie in 1960.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 16:52
The stats suggest a historic comeback probably isn’t in the cards Sunday BUT...
KOEPKA has been brilliant with his irons, leading the field in greens in regulation, proximity to the hole and strokes gained approach.....but he left several shots out there because of his inability to make putts. The back-to-back defending US Open champ may rank T-1 in greens hit in regulation but is 62nd in strokes gained: putting. "I feel like eventually these birdies have to come. I've hit so many good putts that just haven't gone in," Koepka said. "I feel like if I can just make a few putts, I feel like I could be right there, right next to Gary. And it's been very close. I'm pleased how I'm playing. I'm pleased how I'm striking the ball."
He went bogey-free Saturday, his eighth bogey-free round in a major since the beginning of 2015. That is the most of any player in that span in majors – Jordan Spieth and Francesco Molinari have seven apiece during that stretch.

Justin Rose 15/8
Gary Woodland 2
Brooks Koepka 5
Rory McIlroy 10
Louis Oosthuizen 14
Chez Reavie 33
Matt Kuchar 66
Jon Rahm 100
Henrik Stenson 150
Chesson Hadley 175
200's bar
By:
Puggy4
When: 16 Jun 19 16:53
Catch Me ifyoucan will now give us a list of how many times the betting reason was suspended without reason for the past five years
By:
ashleigh
When: 16 Jun 19 16:57
what happens if there is a play-off?
By:
Puggy4
When: 16 Jun 19 16:59
2 hole playoff then sudden death
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 18:08
Quincy • June 16, 2019 3:59 PM BST
Betting suspended, for whatever reason

Puggy4 • June 16, 2019 4:53 PM BST
Catch Me ifyoucan will now give us a list of how many times the betting reason was suspended without reason for the past five years


“We’re very sorry about the problems being experienced with our Exchange platform. We’re working as quick as we can to fix them.” - BFair Devil .....thought it was my whopping bet on KOEPKA Laugh
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 18:58
ROSEY's improved putting over the past two years is a big part of his success. He's in position to have 100 putts or less for the U.S. Open (needs 28), something that hasn't been done in last 40 years. Best during that stretch is 104, done 3 times.
Also hitting far less greens than you would expect for a contender in the US Open. Only Corey Pavin (35 of 72) in 1995 and Tom Kite (39 of 72) won with less than 40 greens in regulation over the past 40 years. If Rose hits 11 greens or less, he'll join them (28 of 54)
By:
jedi sophie
When: 16 Jun 19 19:34
Do you actually watch any of the ****g Golf?
By:
kincsem
When: 16 Jun 19 19:42
Marcus Kinhult is -5 after 15.
I have 80 at 1000.
Try to shoot the lights out in the first round next time.
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 19:58
IT's TIGER TIME
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 19:58
Now on the Tee: Tiger Woods and Marc Leishman
By:
Catch Me ifyoucan
When: 16 Jun 19 20:07
Return of the Jedi my man - US Open leaders don’t tee off for three more hours so Live LPGA finish on Golf Channel before Pebble...relax/chill out Cool
By:
Total Bosman
When: 16 Jun 19 20:49
Sea of red on the leaderboard, they've obviously given up even trying to make this a US Open.  The players have been unanimously praising the set-up all week, kind of tells you what you need to know - sod what the fans want to see.  If the USGA are more concerned about keeping the players happy than making them work for a major championship the US Open we knew and loved is gone.
By:
penzance
When: 16 Jun 19 20:57
question,top 5 mkt on here,do dead heat rules
apply?
cheers.
By:
xmoneyx
When: 16 Jun 19 21:07
why wouldn't they?
By:
penzance
When: 16 Jun 19 21:10
well do they or not?
By:
StillLearning
When: 16 Jun 19 21:15
tigers give up, playing like a big baby
By:
frames
When: 16 Jun 19 21:28
We see Cantlays approach putt on 4 when he has played his approach putt on 5 ,I know it's gone on for years but still a joke.
By:
Total Bosman
When: 16 Jun 19 21:29
Much as I'd love it tougher, this could make it more interesting.  Final group can't afford to just grind out the pars.
By:
Total Bosman
When: 16 Jun 19 21:32
Judging by the scoring the coverage is 4 months behind.
By:
Lufc86
When: 16 Jun 19 21:32
Laying woodland lads?
By:
Total Bosman
When: 16 Jun 19 21:35
Conditions probably play more into Woodland's hands than Rose's but tbh probably favour the chasers more.  Hoping for a bit of finalgroupitis to break out and we could have a fun one.
By:
GoBallistic
When: 16 Jun 19 22:07
Seen more shots on the range than on the course so far
By:
kincsem
When: 16 Jun 19 22:09
The prizemoney is about the same as a good poker tournament.
By:
GRANTCKING
When: 16 Jun 19 22:09
justin rose its your time
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