Jason Day clings on to US Open hopes at Pebble Beach

Jason Day says he will lean on the enthusiasm of caddie Steve Williams in Sunday's final round of the US Open when he attempts to go low and put pressure on the leaders at Pebble Beach.

"Sleep is not an issue, I'll be rested for tomorrow".

Day is debuting accomplished caddie Williams this week, the New Zealander who carried the clubs for Tiger Woods during 13 of his 15 major championship wins and Adam Scott when he won the 2013 Masters.

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Not to be overlooked is McIlroy, who returned a scrappy 70 to leave him five back but not out of range of a second US Open title.

A three-time victor on the PGA Tour, Woodland began smartly picking, up two birdies on his outward nine and at one point increased his advantage to four strokes.

But a bogey at the eighth, his first in 34 holes, combined with a Rose birdie cut the advantage to two.

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I like Koepka to beat Chez Reavie and McIlroy to beat Louis Oosthuizen, but of course, you won't get a great number on either.

"I'm trying to execute everything to the best of my ability, and I've done that really well".

Tiger Woods frittered away his chance of winning the US Open with a poor start to the third round on Saturday, even if he battled back well to shoot an eventful five birdie, five bogey, even-par 71 at Pebble Beach.

At least, there was sense to be gleaned from the start of that Woods comment.

Three late birdies, including a two-putt at the par-five 18th after he had smoked a fairway wood from 250 yards to the front of the green, left Woods clinging to a faint hope that all was not lost.

"Unfortunately, during today's second round of the U.S. Open there was an incident involving a golf cart on the 16th hole that resulted in three spectators and a vendor being injured and requiring medical treatment", the USGA said in a tweet.

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