Ireland’s Shane Lowry reacts after making a birdie on the ninth hole of his second round Saturday at Oakmont. In the third round, Lowry reeled off five birdies in a nine-hole stretch to seize the U.S. Open lead. “This is right where you want to be,” Lowry said.
Ireland’s Shane Lowry reacts after making a birdie on the ninth hole of his second round Saturday at Oakmont. In the third round, Lowry reeled off five birdies in a nine-hole stretch to seize the U.S. Open lead. “This is right where you want to be,” Lowry said. Gene J. Puskar The Associated Press
Ireland’s Shane Lowry reacts after making a birdie on the ninth hole of his second round Saturday at Oakmont. In the third round, Lowry reeled off five birdies in a nine-hole stretch to seize the U.S. Open lead. “This is right where you want to be,” Lowry said. Gene J. Puskar The Associated Press

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