2ND ROUND AT A GLANCE

Los Angeles Times - - GOLF: U.S. OPEN -

THE LEAD­ERS:

Paul Casey shot one-un­der 71, and the trio of Brian Har­man, Tommy Fleet­wood and Brooks Koepka shot 70 to share the lead at seven-un­der 137.

CLOSE BE­HIND:

Rickie Fowler, Jamie Love­mark and J.B. Holmes were all one shot back, fol­lowed by a group of five at five un­der, in­clud­ing am­a­teur Cameron Champ.

GO­ING HOME:

For the first time in a ma­jor, the top three play­ers in the world all failed to make the cut. Dustin John­son, Ja­son Day and Rory McIl­roy are head­ing home.

7-UN­DER CLUB:

Hideki Mat­suyama and Chez Reavie each shot 65, join­ing Fowler, who hit the num­ber Thurs­day.

MONEY PUTT:

Ja­son Kokrak made a 16-foot putt on his fi­nal hole for a birdie that got him to one over — good enough to make the cut.

KEY STATIS­TIC:

The cut, at one over, tied a U.S. Open record set in 1990 at Me­d­i­nah.

NOTE­WOR­THY:

A 94-year-old man stopped breath­ing while in a grand­stand on the sixth hole and died of what of­fi­cials said ap­peared to be nat­u­ral causes.

QUOTE­WOR­THY:

“I’m not here on the week­end, so it’s un­for­tu­nate. But at least I’ll get to sit in AC and watch the guys tear it up on the week­end.” — Day, af­ter miss­ing the cut.

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