Five way tie at top of US Open leaderboard; Fowler one back

Five way tie at top of US Open leaderboard; Fowler one back

Five way tie at top of US Open leaderboard; Fowler one back

The most impressive shot of his round was a insane sideways birdie putt from the fringe on the par-4 No. 5 hole.

Oosthuizen, whose sole major title to date came at St Andrews in 2010, birdied the first, fourth, seventh and eighth to move to four under par, while 2015 victor Spieth had covered his first 11 holes in level par.

He won two majors among 25 PGA Tour events over his career, including the 1973 U.S. Open (where he shot a 8-under 63), and is now the lead golf analyst for NBC Sports. But those errors were comfortably outweighed by nine birdies and a spectacular eagle at the par-five 18th, where he hit his approach shot to eight feet from 299 yards. His putt on 18 slotted him at 11 under and two shots ahead of Charley Hoffman and Tommy Fleetwood.

"I had no idea in terms of the relation to par", Thomas said about how he felt when he was walking up the 18th hole.

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The Thomas' have a tradition that every time Justin does something special on the golf course like make a hole in one or shoot 59, like he did earlier this year at the Sony Open, Mike Thomas puts the golf ball in a special frame.

"All we were trying to do was give ourselves a best chance to make a four, get out of there and post a great number, so those things are bonuses". But what he wanted more than most was to get in to contention during the final-day of a major.

The leaderboard at the U.S. Open is looking about as crowded as an L.A. freeway at rush hour. A 62, I guess, is what everyone has been chasing [in majors].

"Regardless, I'm going to have to go out and play a solid, good round tomorrow [Sunday]".

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