"It's interesting to see where the USGA has gone with the U.S. Open, being a little more friendly than in years past".
Only eight shots separate the leaders from the players who made the cut on the number. Fowler, the 18-hole leader, also has himself in position to win his first major title after a third-round 68, just two shots back of Harman, the unlikely leader.
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"It's going to be a really cool day for someone tomorrow", said Fowler, who has posted six top-10 finishes in majors during his career, including a second place finish at the 2014 US Open. "I know it's not going to be an easy day, but I'm looking forward to getting the job done". He went from a tie for second at the beginning of the day to a tie for sixth.
"Every time I've been in majors so far, I've put so much emphasis on them and tried so hard".
His round began with back-to-back birdies, and although he dropped a shot on the fourth, he responded with an incredibly inventive birdie putt on the 5th that kick-started momentum for his record-breaking low round.
Kite says it looks as if the conditions at Erin Hills "are going to be a lot more challenging", but he doesn't think it will look like what happened 25 years ago. The experience of building on an opening-round 59 will help, he said.
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"I was excited to take the lead", Thomas said.
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"It doesn't matter how long, how whatever the course is", Thomas said about the longest course in major championship history.
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With so many golfing stalwarts banished, Thomas stepped into the breach with a game as flashy as the pink trousers he wore.
Fortunately for the Englishman, he also carded five straight birdies on the front nine and signed for a 1-under 71 that leaves him at minus-7 through 36 holes. He just missed an eagle at the par-5 seventh after a long putt rolled just wide of the cup.
Rory McIlroy will miss the cut, but at least one of his U.S. Open records is safe - 35 consecutive holes without a bogey to start a U.S. Open. Not that he will care about that; Thomas has etched his name into golfing folklore, switching the narrative of a hitherto competitive but hardly dramatic US Open in the process. "So you can't really compare Erin Hills to the setup at Oakmont".
In defence of the U.S. Golf Association, the wide-open course was designed and set up to be played in strong winds and with firm and fast fairways and greens.