Bryson DeChambeau
Bryson DeChambeau

US Open final round: LIVE leaderboard, updates from Pinehurst No.2

Welcome to live golf scores, updates and commentary from the fourth and final round of the 2024 US Open at Pinehurst No.2.

Bryson DeChambeau claims a second US Open title with a stunning up and down on the 18th hole to beat Rory McIlroy by one shot. 

The dramatic finish at Pinehurst No.2 saw DeChambeau needing a par coming down the final hole to secure victory.

Having hit a wayward tee shot, the LIV Golf star was forced to punch out from the left rough, with his ball finding its way into a greenside bunker.

From there, DeChambeau was faced with a difficult 50-yard bunker shot, which he expertly navigated to about five feet.

With a short putt standing between him and a second US Open title, DeChambeau confidently stroked his par putt home, and victory was his. 

While DeChambeau's victory was well deserved, it will be a day to forget for Rory Mcilroy, who had victory snatched away from him by two short missed putts.

Bryson DeChambeau
Bryson DeChambeau

Heartbreak for McIlroy

McIlroy came into the final round three shots back from DeChambeau, but some superb shot-making saw him chase down the American and overtake him on the back nine.

Unfortunately, McIlroy's putter went cold down the closing stretch, and three bogeys in his last four holes condemned him to another heartbreaking major finish. 

Two missed short putts will leave plenty of scar tissue for the Northern Irishman as his search for a fifth major goes on. 

Rory McIlroy
Rory McIlroy
Here's the final leaderboard
US Open leaderboard after 72 holes

Bryson DeChambeau


Rory McIlroy


Patrick Cantlay


Tony Finau


Matthieu Pavon


Hideki Matsuyama


Russell Henley 


Xander Schauffele


Sam Burns


Corey Conners


Davis Thompson


16 Jun 2024
Final leaderboard
1stB. DeChambeau-6
2ndR. McIlroy-5
T3P. Cantlay-4
T3T. Finau-4
5thM. Pavon-3
Bryson DeChambeau 2024 US open Champion!

Bryson DeChambeau is your 2024 US Open champion!

A simply sensational up and down on 18 secures the par that wins him his second major title. 

Heartbreak for McIlroy but a sublime finish for the long hitting American. 

What a shot

That is simply sublime from DeChambeau.

The bunker shot looked tough, and he's knocked it to about five feet.

One more putt, and he will be a two-time US Open champion.

DeChambeau has his work cut out for par

DeChambeau was forced to pitch out from the left rough, and his ball ended up in a bunker short of the green. 

He's got about 50 yards to the pin.

This is make or break for Bryson.

Up and down and the US Open is his. 

Bogey finish for McIlroy

McIlroy -5 (18)

That could haunt McIlroy for quite some time.

The Northern Irishman had a two-and-a-half footer to save par on the 18th, and his ball has just drifted past the right side of the cup. 

A bogey means DeChambeau just needs to make par on the 18th to secure his second US Open title. 

Par for DeChambeau on 17

DeChambeau -6 (17)

DeChambeau's birdie putt comes up just short, so he has to settle for a par on the 17th.

He's just stood up on the 18th tee and blasted it left into the rough.

It looks like he will need to get a ruling, as there are plenty of obstacles over there. 

It's all action at Pinehurst No.2.

McIlroy out of position on 18

McIlroy -6 (17)

McIlroy made the bold decision to take driver on the 18th, and he's paid the price.

His ball landed in the rough, and he's now got his work cut out to save par. 

Magnificent tee shot on 17 from DeChambeau

The pressure is mounting and DeChambeau has produced an absolute beauty on the 220-yard par three 17th.

He's knocked it to about ten feet and has an excellent chance to take a one-shot lead. 

Pars all round for the leaders

McIlroy -6 (17), DeChambeau -6 (16)

It's tight at the top and pars for both McIlroy and DeChambeau means it's locked and level at the top. 

Both players sit at six under and we are running out of holes.

Tough reading for Rory McIlroy fans
Three putt bogey for McIlroy on 16

McIlroy -6 (16)

A shocker for McIlroy. Having navigated the 16th with relative ease, he's missed a two-footer for par.

DeChambeau's miss was bad, but McIlroy's was worse. 

The pressure looks to be getting to them both. 

Unforced error from DeChambeau

DeChambeau -6 (15)

A costly three-putt on the par three 15th sees DeChambeau drop an unexpected shot. 

He only had 20 feet for birdie but was heavy-handed with his first putt, rolling it five feet past. 

He's been solid from short range all day but sees his par putt lip out and has to walk off with a bogey. 

That could be the putt that costs him the US Open. 

A bad time to make your first three putt of the tournament. 

McIlroy bogeys the 15th

McIlroy -7 (15)

McIlroy produced a solid chip from the rough on 15 but couldn't get it close enough for a one-putt.

He's had to walk off with a bogey and now sits joint for the lead with DeChambeau at seven under. 

Cantlay waiting in the wings

Cantlay -5 (15)

A solid par sees Cantlay sat just two shots back from McIlroy and DeChambeau.

The American is ticking along nicely, but he will need the birdie putts to start dropping if he wants to make any sort of charge. 

Par save for DeChambeau

DeChambeau -7 (14)

DeChambeau gets away with another dodgy tee shot.

Having found the rough off the tee, he managed to muscle the ball onto the green and then held his nerve to two-putt from long range. 

He doesn't look happy with his putter, though; something is clearly troubling him. 

McIlroy in trouble on 15

McIlroy -8, Cantlay  (14)

A seven iron was too much club for McIlroy on the par three 15th and he's now got a very tricky chip if he wants to save par.

His ball landed hard and shot straight over the back into the thick stuff. 

It looks like he's got some tall grass behind his ball, which could be very difficult to work around or through. 

Straight in the middle for McIlroy

McIlroy -8 (14)

Another hole safely navigated for McIlroy as he gets up and down from the left side of the green on the 14th hole. 

A very confident putt from the Northern Irishman, he's looking very solid at the moment. 

DeChambeau is living dangerously

Another tee shot finds the thick stuff for DeChambeau. 

Surely, he can't keep getting away with this. His ball looks like it landed in a clear patch but we will have to wait for a closer look. 

Birdie for DeChambeau

DeChambeau -7 (13)

And just like the lead is cut to one.

DeChambeau's putt had the line, but just came up short, leaving an easy tap in for Birdie. 

DeChambeau is dancing on 13

DeChambeau -6 (12)

Bryson has hit a near-perfect tee shot on the 13th hole to leave himself with a lengthy eagle putt. 

We could see him rejoin McIlroy at the top in mere minutes. 

If the eagle doesn't drop, you would have to think he's looking at an easy birdie to half the deficit. 

McIlroy moves two clear

McIlroy -8, Cantlay -5 (13)

McIlroy is on a roll, and following his booming tee shot on 13, he gets up and down for birdie to move to eight under, two strokes clear of DeChambeau. 

We're in for a wild ride, folks. Strap in. 

DeChambeau drops a shot

DeChambeau -6 (12)

DeChambeau's errant tee shots have finally caught up with him. Following a chip out from the thick stuff, he's had to walk off with a bogey on the 12th hole to leave McIlroy with the solo lead. 

McIlroy goes for the green on 13

McIlroy decided to go for the green in one on the short par-four 13th, and he absolutely smashed it, airmailing the green by about 15 yards. 

Thankfully, his ball took a nice bounce off the stands and rolled back to a low area. 

Finau made birdie from the exact same spot mere minutes ago, and McIlroy will fancy his chances of getting it close. 

Cantlay also went for driver, and despite pitching it on the putting surface, his ball finished in a similar spot to his playing partner. 

Big birdie for McIlroy

McIlroy -7, Cantlay -4 (12)

McIlroy holes another long putt on the 12th hole, and now he's tied for the lead with DeChambeau at seven under. 

Meanwhile, Cantlay misses a six-footer for par and drops back to four under. 

It's really heating up on this back nine. 

Rory McIlroy
Rory McIlroy
Big par save for Bryson

DeChambeau -7, Pavon -2 (11)

A big sigh of relief for DeChambeau as he holes a seven-footer for par on the 11th.

His driver hasn't been playing ball today, but his putter has been red hot, especially from mid-range.