Justin Thomas Makes History With Lowest Round in US Open History: Would Pay $3500

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24-year-old Justin Thomas broke the record for the lowest score-to-par in any round at the U.S. Open with a 9-under 63, eagling the 18th hole to end the third round. He had the clubhouse lead at -11 as of late Saturday afternoon with a payout potential of $3500 on a $100 bet for those who got in on Thomas early should he ultimately go on to win this year’s U.S. Open come Sunday evening.  Odds will be updated after Saturday’s play.  Watch below.

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