SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sport's Steve DiMeglio dissects the historic course last hosted by the US Open 2004.
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It's Dustin Johnson's tournament, and we're just a part of the trip.
World No. 1, starting Saturday, starts at 3:10 ET, holds a commanding four-shot leader at the 2018 US Open at Shinnecock Hills over player partner Scott Piercy and Charley Hoffman (even pair).
The US Open is known to be the hardest in the four major championships of the Gulf, and this week has not been different. The banana on Long Island has humiliated some of the world's best players, as Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson, Jason Day, Sergio Garcia, John Rahm and Tiger Woods all missed the week's cut.
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Berger flirting with history
Daniel Berger runs a round on the business day! A two-winner on the PGA Tour, Berger is one of six players below par on Saturday. He is currently 5 under 16 holes and shows that there are birdies to be done on the course today. @DanielBerger is ??? The #USOpen The record at Shinnecock is 5-under 65. Berger is 5 under 16 ? pic.twitter.com/Vp2rT8qm8d
– US Open (USGA) (@usopengolf) June 16, 2018