The 2016 U.S. Open is still playing catch0=-up after Thursday's first round was shortened due to inclement weather that rolled over Oakmont in waves causing three separate delays. Saturday saw the second round and the majority of the third round completed.
There are still a number of players, including the leaders, that still must finish third round play on Sunday morning, returning to the course at 7 a.m. ET.
Despite the third round still being in progress, the ever diligent oddsmakers at Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas have a fresh batch of U.S. Open odds for us going into Sunday.
Shane Lowry (5-2): Lowry has a two-shot lead with four holes left in his third round. His short game has been tremendous this week, and his ball-striking and driving was excellent on Saturday, allowing him to vault into the lead.
Dustin Johnson (3-1): Johnson is three strokes back of Lowry. He's striking the ball well still, despite a few loose shots on Saturday, but the putter kept him from running away with this tournament. If the putter works on Sunday, he should win, but there's not a ton of reason to believe that will happen. That said, he's avoiding bogeys and if the course gets tougher, two-putt pars and quality ball striking could be enough for him.
Sergio Garcia (6-1): Garcia is tied with Johnson at 2 under, and like Johnson, his ball-striking has been better than his score indicates. I think Garcia will be there all the way to the end and I don't hate this play.
Branden Grace (15-2): Grace was in contention last year until he found train tracks on 16 at Chambers Bay. He's four back at 1 under going into Sunday after a third round 66 and has the advantage of rest before the final round rather than playing in the morning.
Lee Westwood (9-1): Westwood was at 5 under with the lead alone early in the second round, but, as has been the case before, his putter let him down. He leads the field with two hole out eagles this week, and he might need another one on Sunday if he's going to make up the ground needed to earn his first major.
Jason Day (12-1): Day posted a 66 on Saturday afternoon that could have been even lower, but he was still able to move to 1 over, just six behind Lowry. If you had to pick anyone with the game to shoot a mid-60s score in the final round on Sunday at Oakmont to come back and win the U.S. Open, it'd be Day. He showed early in his third round what he can do when his putter gets hot and if it happens at the right time on Sunday he'll be dangerous.
Andrew Landry (15-1): No one believed in Landry coming into Saturday, but he was impressive in the second and third round to hang around the top of the leaderboard. He's second alone and showed no signs of the moment being too much for him on Saturday. Sunday is different, but I don't see him completely imploding.
Zach Johnson (40-1)
Scott Piercy (50-1)
Adam Scott (60-1)
Bryson DeChambeau (60-1)
Daniel Summerhays (80-1)
Louis Oosthuizen (100-1)
Daniel Berger (100-1)