Key hole at the US Open

MAMORANECK, N.Y. (AP) — A look at the key hole Sunday in the final round of the U.S. Open:

HOLE: 11.

YARDAGE: 365.

PAR: 4.

STROKE AVERAGE: 3.92.

RANK: 15.

KEY FACT: Matthew Wolff was two shots behind and in the fairway when he hit a poor wedge to the right rough and had to scramble for par. Bryson DeChambeau was in the right rough, didn’t quite reach the green with a front pin and used putter from 15 feet away for a birdie and a three-shot lead. Wolff never got closer.

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