Justin Thomas had a round for the ages Saturday at the U.S. Open.
The up-and-coming golf star hasn’t quite reached household name status, but he sure is close. And that was before his record-breaking third round at Erin Hills in Erin, Wisc. Thomas broke Johnny Miller’s record for best U.S. Open round by shooting a 9-under 63, which moved him to 11-under-par. Miller held the previous single-round U.S. Open scoring record at 8 under par.
And it was pretty obvious Thomas was on the verge of a special round when he sank this remarkable putt.
But that was just one of many highlights for Thomas.
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