Dustin Johnson blows US Open by three-putting on final hole (Video)
Dustin Johnson blew a great chance to win his first major by 3-putting on the final hole of the US Open at Chambers Bay on Sunday.
Johnson entered the final hole at -4 for the tournament, a shot behind Jordan Spieth, who birdied 18 to move to five under. Johnson had an eagle opportunity to win the tournament, but he missed. Then he had a birdie putt that would have tied him with Spieth and sent it to a playoff Monday, but he missed that.
Watch Dustin Johnson's missed putts to win and force a playoff pic.twitter.com/7tsIAGv9vG
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Johnson tapped in for par to remain four under, which left him tied for second with Louis Oosthuizen. It was a strong showing for Johnson, but he will be remembered for his choke job, unfortunately.
Aside from 3-putting on the final hole, DJ also bogeyed 10, 11, and 13, which really hurt his round.