OAKMONT, Pa. (AP) — The latest from the U.S. Open golf championship (all times local):
Dustin Johnson, Lee Westwood and Andrew Landry arrived in different ways, yet they’re sharing the perch atop the leaderboard at Oakmont at 3 under.
Johnson made a double-bogey 6 at the third hole after a flubbed chip. Westwood made eagle at No. 5 by holing a short iron from 130 yards out. Landry, meanwhile, chugged along with three straight pars. Close behind Shane Lowry at 2 under and another handful at 1 under.
The biggest move of the day continues to be made by world No. 1 Jason Day, who played the front nine in 4-under 31.
Dustin Johnson wasted little time extending his lead at the U.S. Open.
Johnson boomed his opening tee shot of the third round 314 yards down the fairway and made a 6-foot birdie putt to move to 5 under, two shots ahead of playing partner Andrew Landry.
Johnson, in search of his first major title, then scrambled for par on the par-4 second hole. His tee shot caromed off a fan and toward a concession stand. His recovery shot landed in the rough around the green. A feathery chip left him a tap-in.
Landry, ranked 624th in the…