Moving day at the US Open saw tons of birdies throughout the day. Our leaderboard is packed with guys at seven, eight, nine, even double digit strokes under par. Erin Hills has played surprisingly easily for a US Open course, and the rain softening everything up, along with some favorable hole locations, made the third round look like a pitch and putt for many players.

Justin Thomas and Patrick Reed showed exactly what moving day is all about, firing rounds of 63 and 65 respectively. They’ve each positioned themselves to make a run at victory tomorrow. Thomas’ 9-under 63 was actually a US Open record for the lowest round ever. Incredible shots like these highlight the masterpiece Thomas put together today.

Sunday is shaping up to be absolutely epic. Five players are within three shots of leader Brian Harman, and an additional ten are within six. If the greens stay soft tomorrow, any one of those guys has a chance to put together something special. We’re in for a show.

Speaking of Brian Harman, check out his record in the last 9 majors:

The guy has come absolutely out of nowhere, and it’s been incredible to watch. He has a chance to become the first lefty US Open champ ever, and watching him pursue it should be a ton of fun tomorrow. By the way, your boy was at 200/1 before the tournament. Shout out to anyone with that ticket.

All in all, it’s been a fun few days in Wisconsin. Hopefully, the course is able to provide a bit more of a challenge tomorrow. I imagine it’s going to come down to the wire, and I would not be shocked at all to see a playoff at the end of the day. We’ve got a great mix of stars and underdogs in with a chance tomorrow, so let’s just hope for a hell of a conclusion here.


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