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U.S. Open: Justin Thomas comes up short after Saturday's record 63

Newsday Monday, 19 June 2017 ()
ERIN, Wisconsin -- Justin Thomas realized he could not even hope to have another day like the one he enjoyed on Saturday when he set a U.S. Open record and was a national sensation. He just hoped that he would have enough to hang in there and become a major champion.
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Justin Thomas shot a record-setting 63, 9-under par in the third round of the U.S. Open on Saturday. It's the lowest round score in the 117-year tournament history.

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