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US Open Golf 2023: Round 3 – Live Updates | US Open

important event

Patrick Cantley’s mysterious incident in the majors continues this week. Born and raised in California and with his previous knowledge of the course, this should have been a big opportunity, but he failed yet again. Cantlay is ranked No. 4 in the world, but since showing early promise in 2011 when he finished 21st as a low amateur, Cantlay has made only one top seven in 25 major attempts. US Open in Congress (which Rory won by eight points). He started with birdies and pars today but was hovering tied for 41st with 11 backs and another opportunity slipped through his fingers. As I write this, Sky Sports reports that Cantley birdied 20 feet on No. 2 and then caught the lip and refused to drop. Rather it sums things up.

Shane Lowry birdies on 2nd and 3rd And he would score a 40-footer at 4 for a red-number hat-trick. On this good start, he emerged at even par alongside Fox, who collected several pars on the fifth and sixth. Rahm hit 3 par after his first birdie and is still +1 over par for the tournament.

Sky Sports coverage kicks off, Nick Dougherty and Rich Beam set the scene in the sunshine. A national flag flutters in the background. Looking at the pin placement, Beam describes 5 as “brutal” and 7 as “diabolical,” while also saying 9 and 14 are “pretty simple” and 13 is “like a gift.” Early scoring is certainly good, but the greens are moist and dry out as the day goes on.

Head over to the course and see how the celebrities have already started. Jon Rahm ended a very frustrating figure yesterday as he basically retired from the tournament after hitting 73 to leave him two overs and 12 behind the leaders. He started in birdie par today and fell back to tie for 40th, but the Masters champion was too far back to challenge. Tommy Fleetwood and Shane Lowry did as well, returning to +1 with one birdie and one par from the start. An odd number of players qualified today (65) and dropped to +2, so Kiwi his Ryan Fox will be out alone. I don’t know if LA CC has its own version of masters marker Jeff Knox, but Fox has been enjoying himself so far with 2 birdies and 3 pars on the first four holes, tied for last. It has risen from 1 to 30th place tie.

Round 3 pin placement. File in items like “Tough”, “Wicked”, and “Brutal”.

Unlike Thursday and Friday when the sun came out around 1:00, it was sunny from around 7:00 this morning.

— Andy Luck (@adplacksports) June 17, 2023

Um, it’s the time zone.. Well, there’s no way around this, so let’s break the news to the UK time folks. The final two-ball of the day, Rickie Fowler and Windham Clark, departs at, uh, 11:40pm. It’s pretty late, isn’t it? Still, no pain, no gain. Tomorrow is Sunday. Those who work until maybe 4am will get a wake-up call at 7am and a nice Father’s Day card from the kids. smash. Here is the tea time.

Starts on the 1st hole (all BST)

17:33 Ryan Fox (New Zealand)
17:44 Adam Hadwin (Can), Jon Rahm (Spa)
17:55 Tommy Fleetwood (English), Shane Lowry (Ireland)
18:06 Ryo Ishikawa (Japan), David Puig (Spa)
18:17 Ben Kerr (USA), Sebastian Munoz (Col)
18:28 Patrick Cantley (USA), Russell Henry (USA)
18:39 Padraig Harrington (Ireland), Cameron Young (USA)
18:50 Abraham Unser (Mexico), Aldrich Pogeter (SA)
19:01 Samuel Stevens (USA), Maxwell Moldovan (USA)
19:17 Sergio Garcia (Spa), Patrick Reed (USA)
19:28 Tyrrell Hutton (Great Britain), Kevin Strielman (USA)
19:39 Jordan Smith (Great Britain), Adam Svenson (Canada)
19:50 Hideki Matsuyama (Japan), Jacob Solomon (USA)
20:01 Matthew Fitzpatrick (English), Juhyun Kim (Korean)
20:12 Colin Morikawa (USA), Gordon Sargent (USA)
20:23 Yuto Katsuragawa (Japan), Patrick Rogers (USA)
20:34 Mackenzie Hughes (Canada), Brooks Koepka (USA)
20:45 Billy Horschel (USA), Sahith Siegala (USA)
21:01 Victor Hovland (Nor), Joaquin Niemann (Chi)
21:12 Bryson DeChambeau (USA), Siwoo Kim (Korea)
21:23 Ryan Gerrard (USA), Keith Mitchell (USA)
21:34 Sam Barnes (USA), Austin Ekroth (USA)
21:45 Andrew Putnam (USA), Eric Cole (USA)
21:56 Nick Hardy (USA), Romain Langasque (France)
22:07 Denny McCarthy (USA), Gary Woodland (USA)
22:18 Ryutaro Nagano (Japan), Dylan Wu (USA)
22:29 Brian Harman (USA), Justin Hsu (USA)
22:45 Tony Finau (USA), Charlie Hoffman (USA)
22:56 Scotty Scheffler (USA), Cameron Smith (Australia)
23:07 Sam Bennett (USA), Minu Lee (Australia)
23:18 Harris English (USA), Dustin Johnson (USA)
23:29 Rory McIlroy (NI), Xander Schauffele (USA)
23:40 Windham Clark (USA), Rickie Fowler (USA)

preamble

The USGA was always going to fight back After Los Angeles Country Club posted two lowest scores, US Open First round history: A spectacular pair of 62 by Rickie Fowler and Xander Schauffele. Fowler made another birdie in the second round to become the only player to reach the halfway point at the 123rd U.S. Open with a double-digit under-par.

Scoring conditions are expected to get even tougher in the third round as Mother Nature gives the USGA more help than just shoving pins and pushing back tee boxes. The story is rich, but history shows that the top five on the leaderboard currently have a big advantage. What about this matter? We will show you until very early, so please look forward to it. let’s play!



Summarize this content to 100 words important eventShow only major eventsPlease turn on JavaScript to use this featurePatrick Cantley’s mysterious incident in the majors continues this week. Born and raised in California and with his previous knowledge of the course, this should have been a big opportunity, but he failed yet again. Cantlay is ranked No. 4 in the world, but since showing early promise in 2011 when he finished 21st as a low amateur, Cantlay has made only one top seven in 25 major attempts. US Open in Congress (which Rory won by eight points). He started with birdies and pars today but was hovering tied for 41st with 11 backs and another opportunity slipped through his fingers. As I write this, Sky Sports reports that Cantley birdied 20 feet on No. 2 and then caught the lip and refused to drop. Rather it sums things up.Shane Lowry birdies on 2nd and 3rd And he would score a 40-footer at 4 for a red-number hat-trick. On this good start, he emerged at even par alongside Fox, who collected several pars on the fifth and sixth. Rahm hit 3 par after his first birdie and is still +1 over par for the tournament.Sky Sports coverage kicks off, Nick Dougherty and Rich Beam set the scene in the sunshine. A national flag flutters in the background. Looking at the pin placement, Beam describes 5 as “brutal” and 7 as “diabolical,” while also saying 9 and 14 are “pretty simple” and 13 is “like a gift.” Early scoring is certainly good, but the greens are moist and dry out as the day goes on.Head over to the course and see how the celebrities have already started. Jon Rahm ended a very frustrating figure yesterday as he basically retired from the tournament after hitting 73 to leave him two overs and 12 behind the leaders. He started in birdie par today and fell back to tie for 40th, but the Masters champion was too far back to challenge. Tommy Fleetwood and Shane Lowry did as well, returning to +1 with one birdie and one par from the start. An odd number of players qualified today (65) and dropped to +2, so Kiwi his Ryan Fox will be out alone. I don’t know if LA CC has its own version of masters marker Jeff Knox, but Fox has been enjoying himself so far with 2 birdies and 3 pars on the first four holes, tied for last. It has risen from 1 to 30th place tie.Updated to 13.35 EDTRound 3 pin placement. File in items like “Tough”, “Wicked”, and “Brutal”.Unlike Thursday and Friday when the sun came out around 1:00, it was sunny from around 7:00 this morning.— Andy Luck (@adplacksports) June 17, 2023Updated to 13.20 EDTUm, it’s the time zone.. Well, there’s no way around this, so let’s break the news to the UK time folks. The final two-ball of the day, Rickie Fowler and Windham Clark, departs at, uh, 11:40pm. It’s pretty late, isn’t it? Still, no pain, no gain. Tomorrow is Sunday. Those who work until maybe 4am will get a wake-up call at 7am and a nice Father’s Day card from the kids. smash. Here is the tea time.Starts on the 1st hole (all BST)17:33 Ryan Fox (New Zealand)17:44 Adam Hadwin (Can), Jon Rahm (Spa)17:55 Tommy Fleetwood (English), Shane Lowry (Ireland)18:06 Ryo Ishikawa (Japan), David Puig (Spa)18:17 Ben Kerr (USA), Sebastian Munoz (Col)18:28 Patrick Cantley (USA), Russell Henry (USA)18:39 Padraig Harrington (Ireland), Cameron Young (USA)18:50 Abraham Unser (Mexico), Aldrich Pogeter (SA)19:01 Samuel Stevens (USA), Maxwell Moldovan (USA)19:17 Sergio Garcia (Spa), Patrick Reed (USA)19:28 Tyrrell Hutton (Great Britain), Kevin Strielman (USA)19:39 Jordan Smith (Great Britain), Adam Svenson (Canada)19:50 Hideki Matsuyama (Japan), Jacob Solomon (USA)20:01 Matthew Fitzpatrick (English), Juhyun Kim (Korean)20:12 Colin Morikawa (USA), Gordon Sargent (USA)20:23 Yuto Katsuragawa (Japan), Patrick Rogers (USA)20:34 Mackenzie Hughes (Canada), Brooks Koepka (USA)20:45 Billy Horschel (USA), Sahith Siegala (USA)21:01 Victor Hovland (Nor), Joaquin Niemann (Chi)21:12 Bryson DeChambeau (USA), Siwoo Kim (Korea)21:23 Ryan Gerrard (USA), Keith Mitchell (USA)21:34 Sam Barnes (USA), Austin Ekroth (USA)21:45 Andrew Putnam (USA), Eric Cole (USA)21:56 Nick Hardy (USA), Romain Langasque (France)22:07 Denny McCarthy (USA), Gary Woodland (USA)22:18 Ryutaro Nagano (Japan), Dylan Wu (USA)22:29 Brian Harman (USA), Justin Hsu (USA)22:45 Tony Finau (USA), Charlie Hoffman (USA)22:56 Scotty Scheffler (USA), Cameron Smith (Australia)23:07 Sam Bennett (USA), Minu Lee (Australia)23:18 Harris English (USA), Dustin Johnson (USA)23:29 Rory McIlroy (NI), Xander Schauffele (USA)23:40 Windham Clark (USA), Rickie Fowler (USA)preambleThe USGA was always going to fight back After Los Angeles Country Club posted two lowest scores, US Open First round history: A spectacular pair of 62 by Rickie Fowler and Xander Schauffele. Fowler made another birdie in the second round to become the only player to reach the halfway point at the 123rd U.S. Open with a double-digit under-par.Scoring conditions are expected to get even tougher in the third round as Mother Nature gives the USGA more help than just shoving pins and pushing back tee boxes. The story is rich, but history shows that the top five on the leaderboard currently have a big advantage. What about this matter? We will show you until very early, so please look forward to it. let’s play!
https://www.theguardian.com/sport/live/2023/jun/17/us-open-golf-2023-third-round-live-updates US Open Golf 2023: Round 3 – Live Updates | US Open

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