Top Three Miss Cut At US Open As Four Others Share Lead

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Henrik Stenson. Alex Noren.

Fleetwood loved the way he salvaged a bogey from the mess he was making at the last hole of the day. He didn't make a birdie the rest of the way and had to settle for a 70.

Of them all, Fleetwood - who bogeyed the last - will feel as if he should at least have finished alongside Harman.

"Showed up for the last six holes, anyway", said the four-times major victor, who made four birdies on his second nine, including his finishing hole, the par-three ninth.

Casey said he would not change his approach as he pursues his first major in his 53rd attempt.

Big names to collapse on day three included former US Open winners Jordan Spieth and Martin Kaymer.

"This is my first time in contention in a major, so whatever happens I'll be doing my best and seeing how well I can finish", he said.

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Harman won the 2003 U.S. Junior Amateur, putting him position to become the fourth player to win both the Junior Amateur and U.S. Open titles.

"Even though it's very disappointing to not be here on the weekend, I think these last two rounds will serve me well going into the summer", McIlroy said. That's the lowest differential after 36 holes in the U.S. Open, mainly because until 2012, everyone within 10 shots of the lead made the cut at the U.S. Open.

Patrick Reed has joined the 65 club at Erin Hills.

Well, you could devalue it by saying it was shot on probably the widest golf course to yield the low score, and among the softest. But he missed a pair of 10-foot birdie chances in that stretch, and one of the birdies he made was a two-putt from 20 feet on the par-5 seventh.

Watch the US Open throughout the weekend live on Sky Sports 4 - your home of golf. Thomas doesn't want to get ahead of himself, but clearly the U.S. Open record that he collected on Saturday isn't the biggest thing he traveled to Wisconsin to procure.

The cut-line for the top 60 players and fell at one-over.

Koepka also reached the green in two on the 667-yard closing hole for a two-putt birdie and a 68.

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Leishman is in a share of 13th place, three shots off the pace. "I can see the guys in the afternoon shooting that score easily", Oosthuizen said. "I couldn't possibly shoot any higher than I did".

"If you look at the golf course and you even talk to me, Jason or Rory, this course sets up ideal for us".

But that was met with a swift response from McIlroy who wrote "More like 200mil... not bad for a "bored" 28 year old... plenty more where that came from" and posted a screenshot of his Wikipedia entry which lists some of his achievements in the game. Harman made a 30-foot birdie putt on the final hole to hold off Dustin Johnson and Pat Perez by a stroke.

Fowler has the best chance, even though he lost so much ground over the final two hours.

"It was definitely a lot more like a US Open today than yesterday", Leishman said. "I'm looking forward to my shot at it. Really a solid day, though, all the way around", Stricker said. Moments later, he began a run of five straight birdies that put him right where he wanted to be going into the weekend.

"It's been the best preparation going into a major, I felt like, in my career, which is playing in majors and knowing what I needed to do to prep for a tournament such as this", Day said. "It was a bit of a roller coaster". "I guess it's rare you get through a U.S. Open or any major without some kind of a hiccup".

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