By the numbers: Key stats from Day 3 at Oakmont

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Round 3 was suspended due to darkness. Here are the key stats from Day 3 at the U.S. Open provided by the Golf Channel research department.

Shane Lowry

• 3 under through 14 holes in third round (5 under overall)

• Played last six holes in 2 under

• Best 54-hole position in major – T-5, 2015 U.S. Open

• Two career top-10 finishes in majors (T-9 in ’15 U.S. Open)

• Missed cut in three of previous five majors entering week

• Only win in United States is 2015 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational

• 115-mile drive from Firestone C.C. to Oakmont

• Only worldwide top-10 this season came in Phoenix (T-6)


Andrew Landry

• Even through 13 holes in third round (3 under overall)

• Making major championship debut this week

• Three players last 103 years have won major in debut

• Last to win U.S. Open in major debut – Francis Ouimet, 1913

• Best career PGA Tour finish was T-41 last week in Memphis

• Never better than T-39 entering final round on PGA Tour


Dustin Johnson

• 2 over through 13 holes (2 under overall)

• Has finished previous 10 U.S. Open rounds sixth or better

• Longest such streak in U.S. Open over last 30 years

• T-2 in U.S. Open last year (was 54-hole co-leader)

• Last to win year after runner up was Woods in 2008

• 14 U.S. Open rounds inside top-10 since 2010

• Most such rounds of any player during that span

• 40 under par in rounds 1-2 of last nine majors (Even par in rounds 3-4)


Sergio Garcia

• Had not made birdie since sixth hole when play suspended

• 20 career top-10s in majors; 10 career top-5s

• 71st career major championship start (zero career wins)

• Best 54-hole position in U.S. Open was second in 2002

• Won previous PGA Tour start (Byron Nelson)


Lee Westwood

• Three holes remaining in third round when play suspended

• 43 years old; seeking first career major championship

• Would be third-oldest first-time major winner last 100 years

• Making 73rd career major start (most in field without win)

• Nine career top-3 finishes in major championships

• Most top-3s without win in majors in modern era

• Two eagles this week (had two in U.S. Open career entering week)


Branden Grace

• 4-under 66; six birdies and two bogeys

• Lowest career score in U.S. Open (13th round played)

• Improved score, GIR and putts each round this week

• Finished T-4 last year at Chambers Bay


Jason Day

• 4-under 66; one off career-low U.S. Open round

• Shot 65 in third round in 2011 (finished second)

• 76 in first round; last major winner with opening round of 76 or worse was Jack Fleck at 1955 U.S. Open

• Seventh straight third round score under par in majors (21 under in that span)

• Only World No. 1 to win U.S. Open (since 1986) is Tiger Woods


Jordan Spieth

• Even-par 70; 4 over for tournament

• Birdied three of first four holes (one birdie for rest of round)

• 10th consecutive U.S. Open round of 73 or better

• Trying to become youngest to successfully defend major championship title since Gene Sarazen at 1923 PGA Championship


Bryson DeChambeau

• 1 over par; won U.S. Amateur last year

• Last to win U.S. Open year after U.S. Amateur – Jack Nicklaus in 1962 at Oakmont