Louisville's Justin Thomas Sets A US Open Record

Louisville's Justin Thomas Sets A US Open Record

And two-time victor Ernie Els, who was two under after round one, dropped five shots in his opening six holes on Saturday.

Kubly was first approached about Erin Hills by Lang and Nebraska grad and Golf Digest architecture editor Ron Whitten when they played together at a Canadian tournament hosted by architects Dana Fry and Michael Hurdzan.

Of the five other players who shot a 63 in the third round at a major, none went on to win.

Johnson, who had bullishly expected to do well on a course he believed to be perfectly suited to his game, admitted he was surprised to be out after only 36 holes. "I'll just rely on confidence", said Harman, who won his second PGA Tour event at the Wells Fargo Championship in May.

"Someone could get out early and shoot a low score", Harman said.

Reed, who beat Rory McIlroy in the first singles contest at Hazeltine previous year and was wearing the pants from his Ryder Cup uniform, said: "You always can take that fire from Ryder Cup and use it in other events".

Thomas was one of those, in a three-way tie for second, along with Brooks Koepka and England's Tommy Fleetwood, just a shot behind Harman.

Jamie Lovemark, Rickie Fowler and JB Holmes featured in a three-way tie at six under.

Thirty-two players had sub-par rounds on Saturday, the most ever for the third round.

"Let me make it very clear that (when) we came here, this was all about coming to a great golf course to play the greatest championship in women's golf", Davis told The Washington Post last month.

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Conditions for the final day in Wisconsin are expected to be more blustery, but Fleetwood added: "I'll be happy if it blows, I don't mind either way".

"Regardless, I'm going to have to play a good round tomorrow", Thomas said.

Casey laid up in the rough, took two chops to get out of more rough behind the 14th green, and staggered away with a triple-bogey 8 that might have ruined his day at Erin Hills.

Westwood had bogeyed the third and fifth before a superb tee shot on the 239-yard sixth - which played as the most hard hole on Thursday - set up a birdie from 18 feet.

Thomas broke the U.S. Open record for low round in relation to par. "Yeah, it was a bit of a roller coaster".

But while Casey was relieved after his gutsy fightback, it was back at the drawing board for McIlroy and Day after their disappointing exits. He recovered from one on Friday but not this time, and the joint leader at halfway is now well back after a disappointing 75.

"I'll take exactly where I'm at", Fowler said. "I felt like I've been playing pretty well all week and didn't have quite the numbers to show for it".

Spieth missed the cut at The Players Championship and the AT&T Byron Nelson before tying for second after shooting a 65 in the final round at the Colonial.

"Bad shots make bogeys and 18 was a good example". He says he wouldn't know. "It was downwind to where I knew if I hit it solid, I could definitely get it there".

"I think the biggest thing is not getting ahead of yourself".