Amateur Scheffler plays with poise at US Open

Amateur Scheffler plays with poise at US Open

Open. Georgia's Harman shot a 5-under 67 to take the 54-hole lead at Erin Hills at 12-under ahead of the final round, emerging after a competitive day of golf that saw a slew of players nab a share of the lead at some point. He got that up-and-down for a bogey and a 68. He was 10 under. "I'm probably going to be six behind teeing off tomorrow, six or maybe even more", Oosthuizen said.

Top 3 miss US Open cut, leaving 4-way tie for lead

The cut has been made at +1 ahead of the final two days of action at Erin Hills, Wisconsin . The closest he's been to this sort of big-tournament pressure was in March, when he went toe-to-toe with Dustin Johnson at a World Golf Championship in Mexico.

Defending champion Johnson out of US Open

McIlroy entered the U.S. Open having not competed since last month's Players. Meanwhile, Leishman had raced up the leaderboard through his opening 10 holes before a double bogey at the par-4 12th. Open in his home state. This one he'd rather forget. Putting kept me in it early on and then I started hitting it great from seven onwards. But three costly bogeys on the back nine left Johnson needing to pick up strokes down the stretch which proved beyond him.

Fowler back in the thick of it at US Open

Even just trying to take my medicine is very, very hard. Paul Casey , of England, hits on the 14th hole during the second round of the U.S. Open golf tournament Friday, June 16, 2017, at Erin Hills in Erin, Wis . Big hitters Dustin Johnson , Rory McIlroy and Jason Day were expected to thrive on the wide open fairways of Erin Hills, hosting Wisconsin's first US Open .

Brian Harman looks for major breakthrough at US Open

Both players are looking for their first major major championship. He was 10 under, only two shots behind. "I've felt like my game has been good enough to compete in the majors this year". Not everyone was participating in the birdie binge. The US Open is set for a fascinating final day at a new venue that has yielded much lower scores than this tournament would usually allow - today being the lowest daily average score to par in the tournament's 117 years.

US Open at Erin Hills

And none of them was particularly close on a first-time major championship layout that has played soft. Johnson has missed just four PGA Tour cuts in the past 23 months - dating back to the 2016 PGA Championship - but it's now two straight since the Memorial two weeks ago and this week at the U.S.