After Day 3, Shane Lowry leads the way at U.S. Open


Day 3 of the U.S. Open was suspended on Saturday due to darkness which put a halt on Shane Lowry's terrific day.

Lowry shot -3 through 14 holes before play was suspended and leads by two strokes heading into Sunday's final round. He birdied holes 4, 6, 7, 9 and 12.

Other Notables

Andrew Landry sits in second place with Lee Westwood, Sergio Garcia and Dustin Johnson all tied for third place. Johnson had a rough outing shoot +2 on Saturday.

Jason Day put him back into contention shooting 4 under but still trails by five strokes heading into tomorrow final round.

Rory Mcllroy, Phil Mickelson and Ricky Fowler all missed the cut.

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