Sunday’s front nine was much more of a struggle for Bryson DeChambeau following an electrifying Saturday 67 that saw him seize a three-shot lead. Heck, he had to change drivers before even teeing off. But he still managed to pull off an all-time par save—and unleash a furious celebration.

Dechambeau looked absolutely dead in the trees right after an errant drive on the par-4 eighth at Pinehurst No. 2. But he played this daring shot through the pines:

Still, that left him in another seemingly impossible spot for his third shot. But after playing another bold shot, a high flop that playing partner Matthieu Pavon applauded—that left him with this 15-footer for par. And, well, bang.

What a par. And what a reaction. It looks like all that work in the gym practicing fist pumps paid off.

@brysondechambeau Last one is my favorite #golf #golfworkouts ♬ original sound – Bryson DeChambeau

DeChambeau might be sputtering a bit during this final round as he attempts to hang onto the lead and win a second U.S. Open, but the Bryson Show continues to entertain.

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