US Open day 3: Dustin Johnson shot +7, in 4-way tie for lead

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Hot heads and high scores in round three of the U.S. Open as one player said, "They’ve lost control of the course."

The head of the USGA admitted the conditions were too tough Saturday afternoon.

Dustin Johnson paid the price. He had a four shot lead, but lost it shooting 7-over. 

Despite this, Johnson is still in the lead. It is a four-way tie at the top. Defending champion Brooks Koepka is also in that mix.

The president of Shinnecock Hills said, "The course has been and remains totally healthy. The club has no concerns whatsoever."

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