4-Way tie for US Open lead as world's top 3 miss the cut

    17 de junio de 2017

    Erin, USA, Jun 16 (efe-epa).- The United States' Brian Harman and Brooks Koepka, and England's Paul Casey and Tommy Fleetwood, were sharing the lead at the US Open at the close of the second round at Erin Hills in Wisconsin.

    "It was a bit of a roller coaster," Paul Casey said, who took the lead on Friday morning after overcoming a triple-bogey with five consecutive birdies.

    The four leaders ended the day on seven under par, although the narrow field at the end of Day two promises for an unpredictable weekend ahead.

    Dustin Johnson of the US, Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland and Australia's Jason Day, the top-ranked golfers in the world, all missed the one-over-par cut, finishing at four, five and 10 over par respectively.

    It is the first time since the Official World Golf Rankings began in 1986 that the top three players have missed the cut at a major.