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Big names stumble at US Open

Two shots might separate the top 12 players - with just eight shots spread across the entire field - but the leaderboard is devoid of high-profile players and marquee names. Open. McIlroy took four of them, including a near ace on the finishing par-three ninth, to finish the tournament on five under, which will miss the cut by two or three shots.



US Open leaderboard crowded at the top

Open . At 6-under 138, he trails four players by a shot as he readies for 36 more holes at Erin Hills . Count former Taylor County and University of Kentucky star J.B. "So you've got to be very patient and stay in the moment", he said . Some of it nearly takes the bombers out of it. It's a nice comeback for Casey after he triple bogeyed the par-5 14th and shot 38 on the back nine.



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

But at 5-over 149, he'll have the weekend off, too. But there was no hope for Day and McIlroy . "It's been the best preparation going into a major", Day told reporters. coli bacteria have been found in a drinking water station at Erin Hills golf course where the U.S. Open is underway, but there have been no reports of illness.



The top 3 miss US Open cut, Fowler lurking

Open record set in 1990 at Medinah. Count former Taylor County and University of Kentucky star J.B. Holmes among those in the mix. Fowler, meanwhile, entered the round with a one-shot lead over Casey and Xander Schauffele , who is now in the group at 5 under.


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Leaderboard logjam at US Open as top names miss cut

Paul Casey of England reacts after finishing on the ninth green during the second round of the 2017 US Open at Erin Hills on 16 June 2017 in Hartford. "It is always cool to be part of some sort of history in golf", Fowler said. "You've got to make putts". "Some of it nearly takes the bombers out of it".