The 2018 US Open at Shinnecock Hills will go down as one of the most memorable in history - and not just because Brooks Koepka landed consecutive US Open titles and Tommy Fleetwood finished runner-up after tying the low US Open score of 63.
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The round that most people will remember was day three, all thanks to a number of controversial pin positions on a golf course that quite simply got out of hand quickly.
Oh, and Phil Mickelson's decision to hit a moving ball.
Golf Channel analyst and one-time PGA Tour winner Brandel Chamblee typically loves to speak his mind, and he didn't hold back over the weekend claiming the USGA has "no obvious leadership."
Watch his interview below: