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The U.S. Open is on the line for the 120th time on Sunday as final-round action begins at Winged Foot in southern New York. Through there will again be no crowd in attendance amid the COVID-19 pandemic, golfers have adapted to the surroundings well. That said, a number of star golfers were eliminated from contention after a second straight rough day of action, leaving only about a handful of players with an actual shot at taking the national championship.

Matthew Wolff opens Round 4 with the lowest 54-hole score in a U.S. Open at Winged Foot in 36 years. The 21-year-old is seeking to become the youngest major winner since Tiger Woods and the youngest to…

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