Kaymer closing in on title
Pinehurst, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - Martin Kaymer bogeyed the 10th on Sunday, but remained six strokes clear of the field at the 114th U.S. Open Championship.
The German followed with pars on 11 and 12, and he stands at 8-under par. The 2010 PGA Champion is looking to become the first player to ever win the Players Championship and the U.S. Open in the same year.
Erik Compton followed his birdie on 10 with bogeys on 11 and 12, and a par on 13. He fell back to 2-under par for the championship, where he shares second place with Dustin Johnson.
Johnson has one bogey and one birdie to go with 11 pars in his final round.
Rickie Fowler just birdied the 12th to get back to minus-1 for the championship. He is 2-over for his final round.
Former PGA Champion Keegan Bradley fired a 3-under 67 to end at 1-over 281. That was the seventh round under par in the final round. Jason Day shot 68 and stands alongside Bradley at plus-1. They are the leaders in the clubhouse.
World No. 1 Adam Scott carded a 1-under 69 to complete the year's second major at plus-2, Jim Furyk (67) ended at 3-over 283, Ian Poulter (70) was done the championship at plus-4, Steve Stricker (71) finished at 5-over, Rory McIlroy (73) was plus-6 and Phil Mickelson (72) came in a 7-over 287.
Daniel Berger fired a 4-under 66, the second-best round of the week to finish at 7-over 287.
Zach Johnson, a former Masters winner, had a hole-in-one on the ninth. He posted a 2-over 72 to end at 9-over 289.
06/15 18:31:46 ET