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Paul Casey fights back after nightmare start to second round

17 Juin 2017

So it only makes sense that winning the U.S. Open is high on Patrick Reed's bucket list.

For the first time since the Official World Golf Ranking began in 1986, Nos.

But his stay was short-lived, giving the stroke right back with a bogey at the next hole followed by a triple bogey at par-five 14th.

He three-putted on No. 13.

The course was set up at 7,845 yards, the longest of any major.

"I watched some of the coverage earlier on and saw what Rickie (Fowler) did and Brooks Koepka and some of those guys", he said.

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Shane Lowry looks like he will just make that cut after his two-over round of 74 on day two.

He won the US Open with a record 16-under-par total in 2011, but missed the cut at Oakmont past year following rounds of 77 and 71.

Dustin Johnson is 1 over, on the cut line with six holes left.

Just like that, Casey is 4 over for the day and now five shots out of the lead.

The U.S. Open is known for putting a premium on par, even as the USGA tries to convince golf fans that it's not preoccupied with par.

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" If we can't hit it within that avenue, you might as well pack your bags and go home".

The last six majors have been won by first-timers, and that cycle has a good chance to continue.

"I made two bad swings on the front nine".

He never would have guessed it.

"I've done a good job of getting myself in position to win some golf tournaments", said Hadwin. I just struggled on the greens.

It didn't for McIlroy, either.

Playing just his seventh tournament of the year due to a rib injury, McIlroy bounced back with a birdie from 12 feet on the 13th, but at six over par he remained five shots outside the projected cut mark. He loved Erin Hills, a course with wide fairways between the knee-high fescue that he figured would allow him to attack. This time, Spieth took a lob wedge and hit that as hard as he could to the collar of rough on the left side of the fairway.

McIlroy at least improved his position in round two, nearly holing his tee shot at his final hole - the par-three ninth - as he completed a 71 with four late birdies.

After four pars to start the day, he birdied the fifth hole to move into a tie with Fowler. His errant driving, for one; two triple bogeys he encountered on Thursday, the first time that has happened as a pro; and failing to scramble well when he missed greens.

McIlroy won the US Open with a record 16-under-par total in 2011, but was a combined 50 over par for his seven other appearances before this week and missed the cut at Oakmont past year following rounds of 77 and 71.

McIlroy dismissed the notion of being rusty before the tournament, but conceded on his way out of Wisconsin that he hasn't played almost enough.