A thrilling 2023 U.S. Open has flipped the golf world on its head, sending to the backburner much of the consternation that has surrounded the sport over the last few weeks while thrusting the game itself back into the spotlight. With the city of Los Angeles hosting a major championship for the first time in 75 years, plenty of history has already been made thanks in large part to 18-, 36- and 54-hole leader Rickie Fowler.
Fowler and Wyndham Clark remained atop the field at 10 under when their fourth rounds began Sunday. Fowler set the U.S. Open 36-hole scoring record at 130 entering the weekend and holds a 54-hole lead at a major for the first time in his career. His 62 on Thursday (matched by Xander Schauffele) was the lowest score in U.S. Open history and tied the lowest at any major. Simply put, Fowler’s career resurgence is extraordinary as he seeks to win that elusive first major.
Rory McIlroy, attempting to join the five-major club with his first such championship after a nine-year drought, began his round one shot off the lead. McIlroy has been fantastic all week and will have every opportunity to make a play for the crown. He’ll make that attempt alongside Scottie Scheffler, the No. 1 golfer in the world who closed 3 under across his last two holes Saturday to sit just three shots behind the leaders entering Sunday. If there is anyone in the field who can close out from that many strokes (or more) back at Los Angeles Country Club, it is Scheffler, who continues to blister shots all over the course.
Halfway through the fourth round, Clark pushed himself to the top of the leaderboard despite dealing with some unfortunate lies, while Fowler has fallen off significantly. McIlroy birdied the first but has missed numerous putts, settling for pars through the remainder of the front nine. Who will emerge from this triumvirate remains to be seen, but it will surely be exciting down the stretch.
While attending the U.S. Open can be a ton of fun, simply being able to watch golf on the game’s grandest stages is an incredible treat each year. We here at CBS Sports are thrilled to bring you wall-to-wall coverage of the U.S. Open as the third major of the year wraps Sunday.
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All times Eastern
Round 4 — Sunday, June 18
Round 4 start time: 11:23 a.m. 
U.S. Open live stream: 12 p.m.
- Round 4 coverage — 12-1 p.m. on Peacock
- Featured Groups — 12:40 p.m. on USOpen.com, U.S. Open mobile app
12:40 p.m. — Yuto Katsuragawa, Gordon Sargent
12:40 p.m. — Abraham Ancer, Adam Hadwin
4:35 p.m. — Hideki Matsuyama, Cameron Smith
4:46 p.m. — Bryson DeChambeau, Tom Kim
- Featured Holes (6, 14-15) — 2 p.m. on USOpen.com, U.S. Open mobile app
TV coverage: 1-10 p.m. on NBC, fuboTV (Try for free)