119th US Open

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Summary

  1. Leader: -11 Woodland (5)
  2. Selected: -7 Kuchar (8), Rose (5); -6 Koepka (8), Hadley (7), Reavie (7), Oosthuizen (6)
  3. -5 McIlroy (7); -4 Willett (F), Furyk (12), Rahm (10, Stenson (9)
  4. -3 D Johnson (13), McDowell (10); -2 Molinari (11); -1 Wallace (9)
  5. Level Woods (F), Mickelson (17), Fitzpatrick (13); +1 Spieth (15)
  6. Listen to live commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra from 22:40 BST

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By Alex Bysouth and Steve Sutcliffe

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Craig Connelly

    PGA & European Tour caddie for BBC Radio 5 live

    We have a similar hole to the par-three seventh at Clydebank. It’s 108 yards, downhill and plays about 80 yards. OK, it doesn’t have the Pacific Ocean, or the bunkers, but it’s similar.

  2. Birdie for Woodland

    J Rose -7, G Woodland -11

    Gary Woodland cranks his tee shot left at the par-five sixth.

    He’s looking calm, composed and blissfully unaware of his record as a leader at this stage of a tournament.

    His second finds the greenside bunker but he’s ok from there, playing his third over the hump and rolling it down the slope towards the cup. He’s got a six-footer for birdie….

    And he makes it. Easily.

    Justin Rose is still scrambling but makes par after his second left him with a horrible chip on from the rough at the front of the green.

  3. Post update

    Alistair Bruce-Ball

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator at Pebble Beach

    The last answer to the quiz question, name the 14 golfers to have won multiple majors at only one major is Jimmy Demaret. He won one of his three Masters before the second World War but two after.

  4. Post update

    McIlroy -5, Reavie -5 (8)

    What about Rory McIlroy? I hear you ask… he keeps ticking along with another par at eight, and is without a dropped shot since his opening hole of the day. The world number three stays at five under.

  5. Double bogey for Wallace

    Koepka -6, Wallace -1 (9)

    Matt Wallace finally makes the green but has some serious work on to escape from the ninth with just a bogey. He starts his putt high and watches it weave back down, but not enough. Double trouble.

    Brooks Koepka two-putts for par. He completes the front nine without dropping a shot.

  6. Post update

    Craig Connelly

    PGA & European Tour caddie for BBC Radio 5 live

    The ninth is 525 yards today. When we play the Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February, that hole is 75 yards shorter.

  7. Post update

    Koepka -6, Wallace -3 (8)

    Uh oh, Matt Wallace with a right wrist-rattler as he chunks his ball out of one spot of rough into another on the far side of the fairway. A look of desperation from the Brit.

    Brooks Koepka? Clean as you like on to the smooth stuff.

  8. The BBC Radio 5 Live team are discussing what the leading score will be at the close of play this evening and who will be leading.

    Craig Connelly, caddie of Branden Grace, US golf broadcaster Alex Miceli and Iain Carter are all agreed that Gary Woodland will be in charge and leading by two.

    Carter reckons he’ll get to 11 under, while Connelly and Miceli have suggested 12 under.

    Do you agree?

  9. Chezza…

  10. Birdie for Oosthuizen

    Oosthuizen -6 (6)

    Is it going to be another topsy-turvy day for Louis Oosthuizen? The 2010 winner has just made birdie at six after dropping a shot on the fifth.

    He’s back at six under.

  11. Bogey for Kuchar

    Kuchar -7 (8)

    Matt Kuchar, after a birdie-par-eagle-birdie run, finds the bunker flanking the green at eight and can’t get up and down quick enough to salvage par. He drops back to seven under.

  12. Bogey for Rose

    Rose -7, Woodland -10 (5)

    Shank. That’s horrible from Justin Rose, who gets it all wrong as he tries to escape the greenside bunker on five. His ball squirms up and off to the right.

    He recovers well with a delicate chip off the banks that’ll keep the damage to a bogey

    Gary Woodland gets out of the sand no problem and then nails a 10-footer to save par.

    That was scramble central.

  13. Post update

    McIlroy -5, Reavie -6 (7)

    Ding, ding. Chez Reavie is looking toasty. The American slings in a birdie putt from way out on the seventh to make it two in a row. He climbs to six under.

  14. Bogey for Wallace

    Koepka -6, Wallace -3 (8)

    Long-range birdie putt for Brooks Koepka, feel like we’ve said that a few times today, and the American knows nothing else but to go for the cup. It skips just by. Almost.

    Toughy to save par for England’s Matt Wallace after taking three to make the green. That’s not dropping, but he is… down to three under par.

  15. Post update

    J Rose -8, G Woodland -10 (4)

    Has Justin Rose got a sand magnet in his ball? He’s in again on the par-three fifth and Gary Woodland is kindly keeping him company.

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  17. Latest leaderboard

    -10Woodland (4)

    -8Kuchar (7), Rose (4)

    -6Koepka (7), Hadley (7)

    -5Rahm (8), Reavie (6), McIlroy (6), Oosthuizen (5)

  18. Birdies for Rose & Woodland

    J Rose -8, G Woodland -10

    Birdie, birdie at last.

    Justin Rose and Gary Woodland are off the mark on the fourth.

    Woodland looked in all sorts of bother after his booming tee shot found a huge divot on the fairway.

    But he played a sublime iron shot, landing it as softly as you like to give himself an easyish birdie chance from a few feet.

    Justin Rose had more work to do on the green, but he rolls in a mid -ranger for a stylish birdie. Well played Sir.

  19. Post update

    Craig Connelly

    PGA & European Tour caddie for BBC Radio 5 live

    You have to make your score on the way out and hang on coming home. Historically those middle six holes of the course (8-14) will yield some bogeys.

  20. Birdie for Kuchar

    Kuchar -8, Hadley -6 (7)

    Kuuuch! He follows up that eagle with a birdie at the par-three seventh. One off the lead…