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Jordan Spieth failed to make a moving-day surge at the 2017 U.S. Open as he faded late to post a four-over 76 during Saturday’s third round at Erin Hills in Erin, Wisconsin.
Spieth, who opened the day at even par, could never put together the string of birdies he needed to get himself back in contention at the season’s second major. He finished the day with a double bogey, four bogeys and two birdies to land 11 strokes behind the leaders with the afternoon wave of play ongoing.
Here’s a look at the updated tournament leaderboard:
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