Tacoma - Four players will share the lead going into the final round of the 115th US Open at Chambers Bay on Sunday, equalling the all-time most set at Oakmont in 1973.
Here is what the leading quartet are saying:
JORDAN SPIETH (USA)
I think we're all peers tomorrow, and there's four of us tied for a lead. There's a lot of guys that can play a good, solid round from tomorrow and shoot two or three under and come from behind. I think we're going to have to shoot a good round tomorrow and that's all we're focused on.
BRANDEN GRACE (RSA)
I think I'm in a good frame of mind after today going into tomorrow. Tomorrow is just going to be another tough grind. I'm stoked. I can't wait. Tomorrow is going to be a good one. Like I said, this is what we play golf for.
DUSTIN JOHNSON (USA)
I've been in the situation a few times so I know how to handle myself. I know what it takes to get it done. And tomorrow just need to go out there and focus one shot at a time. And we'll see what happens.
JASON DAY (AUS)
Last year I didn't play the round after I had vertigo and this one was worse. I think the goal was just to go through today and see how it goes.