Get ready for a wild ride to the finish in the final round of the US Open with four major winners tied for the lead at 4 under and 11 others within three shots .
The leaders are defending champion Bryson DeChambeau, Rory McIlroy, Collin Morikawa and Luis Oosthuizen.
World No.3 Jon Rahm is a shot off the pace along with Russell Henley while the group at 2 under includes two-time US Open champion Brooks Koepka
South African Oosthuizen and Henley started Sunday at Torrey Pines sharing the lead with Canadian Mackenzie Hughes at 5 under with a star-studded field chasing them, with all three over over par before the turn.
McIlroy curled in a birdie putt from 35 feet on the fourth, while DeChambeau birdied the fifth after they started the day two shots off the pace.
Morikawa made birdies on the 2nd, 4th and 9th to be 3 under on Sunday.
Rahm made an early move opening with consecutive birdies before giving a shot back on the 4th.
Koepka is 2 under on Sunday with birdies on 2, 8 and 9 but a bogey on the 12th has stalled his charge.
Earlier in the day, Phil Mickelson closed out his week with a 40 on the back nine for a 75, putting him at 11-over 295.
Since the last of his six runner-up finishes at Merion in 2013, he has either missed the cut or finished over par in the US Open.
Adam Scott carded a 2-over 73 to be best of the Australian at 5 over, a shot ahead of Wade Ormsby (71) while Marc Leishman (77) and Matt Jones (75) finished at 12 over and 13 over respectively.