SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. – World No. 1 Dustin Johnson put up a 77 Saturday at the U.S. Open and was almost proud of it.
That’s how brutal Shinnecock Hills became in the third round.
Johnson was 7 over on the day.
He made six bogeys, a double bogey and a lone birdie but didn’t completely blow his four-shot lead. He enters Sunday in a four-way tie for the top spot.
“I’m in a good position, in the lead tomorrow,” Johnson said. “Today’s round, I didn’t feel like I played badly at all. Seven over is usually a terribl…
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