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As it happened | Louis Oosthuizen claims sixth runner-up Major finish as Jon Rahm wins US Open

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Louis Oosthuizen. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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21 June 02:43

Final round report

21 June 02:23

Really heartbreaking for Oosthuizen, who claims his sixth runner-up finish in a Major.

Oosthuizen posted an even-par final round to finish on 5-under - one shot behind US Open champion, Jon Rahm

21 June 02:20

Louis Oosthuizen doesn't win but birdies the 18th to end the tournament on 5-under. He will finish second and it'll be back-to-back runner-up finishes in Majors for the South African.

21 June 02:15

Oosthuizen doesn't make an eagle on 18th, which means Jon Rahm wins the 121st US Open!

21 June 02:02

Oosthuizen bogeys on the 17th - he needs an eagle to ensure a playoff with Jon Rahm.

He moves to 4-under

21 June 01:59

Oosthuizen takes a drop and makes the green but it'll be a tricky putt!

21 June 01:55

Oh no! Oosthuizen finds the bushes on his 17th tee drive... Trouble for the South African

21 June 01:53

Oosthuizen saves a massive par on the 16th with a six-foot putt.

21 June 01:46

Oosthuizen (5-under) hits the green on the par-3 16th, he'll have a long birdie putt but he'll be hoping to make a par to remain in reach of Rahm (6-under). 

21 June 01:42

Oosthuizen remains on 5-under as he pars the 15th.

Louis has three more holes to turn the tournament around and defeat Rahm.

21 June 01:40

Pressure on Louis, can he make a birdie in his last four holes? 

21 June 01:34

JON RAHM!!!!!

The Spaniard birdies on the final hole to take the lead at 6-under!

21 June 01:26

Oosthuizen is cool, calm and collected after an erratic 14th as he makes par to remain co-leader.

Three holes left for Oosthuizen!

21 June 01:19

Oosthuizen in trouble here on the 14th as his tee shot is near the cart path down the right.

Meanwhile, Jon Rahm birdies on 17th to join Oosthuizen at 5-under.

21 June 01:02

Only Oosthuizen (5-under), Rahm (4-under) and McIlroy (2-under) really in it as players finish off their final rounds.

American Harris English holds the clubhouse lead at 3-under.

21 June 01:00

Oosthuizen is on 5-under and holds a one-shot lead through 12.

Oosthuzien's Major finishes this year so far:

Masters - T26

PGA - T2

21 June 00:48

Oosthuizen survives the toughest hole!

The South African drains a 5-foot putt to par the 12th and hold a one-shot lead over Spaniard Jon Rahm.

21 June 00:30

Oh no! Oosthuizen bogeys on the 11th and moves to 5-under. He now holds a one-shot lead over Jon Rahm.

21 June 00:26

Oosthuizen looking to drop on the 11th as he needs to make a long putt to make par.

He currently is on 6-under and has a two-shot lead.

21 June 00:09

OOSTHUIZEN BIRDIES! TAKES A TWO-SHOT LEAD!

After DeChambeau bogeys the 11th, Oosthuizen sinks a long birdie putt on the 10th to go to 6-under!

20 June 23:57

Oosthuizen birdies on the 9th to co-lead the US Open!!

He makes his first birdie of the day and goes to 5-under to share the lead with DeChambeau.

20 June 23:46

The current US Open leaderboard:

1. Bryson DeChambeau (5-under, thru 9)

T2. Louis Oosthuizen (4-under, thru 8)

T2. Collin Morikawa (4-under, thru 11) 

T2. Rory McIlroy (4-under, thru 9)

T2. Jon Rahm (4-under, thru 10)

20 June 23:34

Oosthuizen's putter still fails him as he two putts once again to par the 8th and remain on 4-under - one behind DeChambeau.

20 June 23:26

Oosthuizen, who is currently one-over his round, is still looking for a birdie as he pars the seventh to remain on 4-under.

20 June 23:17

Louis Oosthuizen pars the sixth and is one behind the current leader Bryson DeChambeau.

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