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Two former FSU golfers are tied for the lead entering the final round of the 2018 US Open

Daniel Berger and Brooks Koepka are in the hunt at the U.S. Open.

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Brooks Koepka fired a respectable round of 72, two over par on Saturday and is tied with a group of four players at +3 entering the fourth round of the 118th U.S. Open. Daniel Berger, shot a four under 66 on Saturday, tied for the lowest third round which placed him in the final pairing for Sunday. Dustin Johnson who held a four shot lead entering the third round shot a 77 to drop him to +3 for the tournament and Tony Finau played a third round at four under par to give him a share of the lead entering the final round.

Brooks Koepka was a three-time All-American at Florida State and is the defending champion at the U.S. Open. In 2017 he tied a tournament score record of sixteen under par as he cruised to a four stroke victory. He is paired with Dustin Johnson in the second to last group and is set to tee off at 2:13 PM.

Daniel Berger earned All-American status at Florida State in his freshman and sophomore season and he tied for second at the 2013 NCAA Golf Championship as a sophomore before turning professional. His best finish in a major was a tie for tenth at the 2016 Masters and his best finish at a U.S. Open was a tie for 28th in 2014 at Pinehurst. Berger is in the final pairing with Tony Finau and are scheduled to tee off at 2:24 PM.

All final pairings and tee times can be found here. You can follow along via live stream starting at 11 AM on with TV coverage beginning at 10 AM on FOX.