US Open filled with limitless possibilities, few stars

US Open filled with limitless possibilities, few stars

The four-way tie was the most after two rounds in a U.S. Open since Winged Foot in 1974, back when the names were more familiar for a major - Raymond Floyd, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Hale Irwin, who went on to win his first major.

"It was a good display, all my own fault, of what can happen if you get out of position on this golf course, which is what I did on 14", Casey said.

He added: "It doesn't matter how good you hit it, if you struggle on the greens, there's nothing you can do".

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

Justin Thomas managed to stand out in a U.S. Open where par is going out of style. He bogeyed the 11th, 12th and 13th holes and missed a short birdie putt on the par-five 14th.

Jason Day and Adam Scott are among several high profile players who missed the cut at the US Open, while fellow Australian Marc Leishman is in contention following the second round at Erin Hills in Wisconsin.

The course wasn't easy for the top-three ranked players in the world as Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, and Jason Day head home after missing the cut. "But as we all know - this game is all about putting". I've just got to keep going. But I don't let it bother me. I feel like I'm playing good.

"Well, it would change my life", he said.

Day and McIlroy never had much of a chance, both out of the picture before Johnson even teed off.

"I was sticking to the same game plan, I was doing the same things", Hadwin said. In the Sony Open he became the seventh player to shoot a sub-60 round with a 59.

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All it took was a 9-under 63, the lowest round to par in a major long known as the toughest test in golf.

South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen had looked like being the early pacesetter, the former Open champion going to the turn in 32 and picking up shots on the 11th and 15th, only to run up a double bogey on the 17th. Willett had a bad opening round, shooting 9-over 81.

But there was no hope for Day and McIlroy. The course played to a par of 71 that day, meaning Miller was 8-under.

The 26-year-old needed to birdie the 18th to equal the lowest score in relation to par in US Open history, but missed from five feet. McIlroy chalked his poor play up to rust and lack of competitive rounds. He's twice been sidelined this year due to a rib injury, and had played just the Players Championship since the Masters. I've been there a handful of times and had some good finishes. "He's upstairs and I'm down in the basement area, so it shouldn't get too physical". McIlroy is headed for the Travelers Championship next week in CT, and he has three straight tournaments starting with the Irish Open through the British Open.

Stricker next week will host his PGA Champions Tour event in Madison, the American Family Insurance Championship.

That's eight of the next 10 weeks after just seven starts in 2017.

"It's been the best preparation going into a major, I felt like, in my career", he said.

Fellow Englishman Andrew Johnston mixed three birdies with four bogeys as he slipped back to one under with a 73.

"I usually love places like this. You can have a really fast start and just get up the leaderboard, and you never know what can happen".

American Patrick Reed also flirted with the U.S. Open record, signing for a seven-under 65 to headline a pack of five at eight-under.