Watch: Brian Harman four-putts from 5 feet, plummets down U.S. Open board

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Brian Harman did well getting the ball in the hole at this U.S. Open until, well, he didn’t.

Harman was 1 under for the championship on Saturday afternoon when he blasted out of a bunker to 5 feet, 5 inches at the par-4 sixth hole. At the time, he probably figured he’d had a good chance to save par.

Instead, he walked off with a triple bogey.

Harman four-putted from that distance, hitting the lip twice before horseshoeing out a 1-footer. Harman’s triple dropped him to 2 over.