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Four-way tie for U.S. Open lead

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UNIVERSITY PLACE, WA (TheSpread) – The U.S. Open Championship is down to its final round of action. Here is an updated look at the odds to win it all.

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According to the latest oddsmakers, Jordan Spieth is now a 7/4 favorite to win, while Dustin Johnson has 5/2 odds and Jason Day has 4/1 odds. The U.S. Open Championship concludes today from Chambers Bay.

There is currently a four-way tie for first place at the U.S. Open, with the three favorites tied with Branden Grace at -4 overall.  They all are three shots ahead of the rest of the field.

Spieth posted a 1-over 71 on Saturday to fall to -4 for the tournament. He is looking to claim the first two majors of the year with a win on Sunday.

Johnson shot an even-par 70 on Saturday to remain at -4 for the tournament. He is looking for his first major championship.

Day is the lone leader to have shot under par on Saturday, as he posted a 2-under 68 a day after collapsing on the final hole of the second round from vertigo. Day is looking to win his first major of his career.

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