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Brooks Koepka has successfully defended his US Open title after carding a one-shot victory over Tommy Fleetwood at Shinnecock Hills.
The 2017 champion was cool, calm and collected in a final round of two-under-par 68 as he became the first back-to-back winner since Curtis Strange in 1988/89, and only the second since Ben Hogan way back in 1950/51.
Meanwhile, Fleetwood can look back on an incredible showing on Sunday, during which he had set the clubhouse lead and carded the joint lowest round (63) in US Open history.
Here's how the top of the leaderboard looks at the end of the tournament at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.
What a fighter Brooks Koepka is.
The defending champion is refusing to buckle under real pressure from the likes of Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, and Tony Finau, while Tommy Fleetwood remains the clubhouse leader on -2.
You can keep up-to-date with the closing stages of the final round right here: US Open Leaderboard
Here's how the top of the leaderboard looks at the end of the tournament at the Blythefield Country Club.
What a round from Tommy Fleetwood!
The English star has recorded a stunning 63 in his final round - which equals the lowest round in US Open history - to take the clubhouse lead at the tournament.
Meanwhile, defending champion Brooks Koepka remains ahead of the pack by a single shot.
Keep up-to-date right here: US Open Leaderboard
Brooks Koepka could become the first player to win back-to-back US Open trophies since Curtis Strange in 1988/89, with the American currently one shot clear at the top of the US Open Leaderboard.
However, hot on his tail is the Masters Champion Patrick Reed and 2016 US Open winner Dustin Johnson while Tony Finau, Tommy Fleetwood, Justin Rose and Matthew Fitzpatrick also in contention.
You may be one of the millions - or billions? - of people gripped by the World Cup, but here's a reminder that the US Open is also on at the moment with a host of players fighting it out for glory on the final day of the second major of the year.
The main contenders are all getting under way in the next hour and you can keep right up-to-date via our US Open Leaderboard.
Here's how the top of the leaderboard looks at the start of round 4 at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.
Here's how the top of the leaderboard looks at the start of round 4 at Blythefield Country Club.
The top 5 lowest rounds of the day at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club after round 3:
Here's how the top of the leaderboard looks at the end of the round at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club.
Henrik Stenson is the new US Open leader heading into the back-nine at Shinnecock Hills.
Overnight leader Dustin Johnson's woes continue, and having started the day on -4 he is now +2 and it means Stenson, who is currently level par, is now the outright leader.
You can follow all the action on our dedicated US Open leaderboard.