Adam Hadwin set to make cut at US Open

The two-time major champion is 3 under for his third round at the U.S. Open and has moved into the top 25 at Erin Hills.Day, the world number three, shot a 3-over-par 75 on day two to be 10-over and he will be joined on the sidelines by Scott, after the 2013 Masters champion finished on 3-over courtesy of a 75 in the second round.The U.S. Open was only his sixth start this year.Overnight leader Rickie Fowler faded as a group of four took charge of the US Open at Erin Hills.Brian Harman leads the U.S. Open by one shot after 54 holes at 12 under with a plethora of players lurking behind him ready for a Sunday charge. Those were the only hiccups he had, and he finds himself poised to make noise on moving day.The 30-year-old recently claimed his second career PGA Tour win with victory at the Wells Fargo Championship in May with birdies at the final two holes to win by a stroke at 10-under 278 over Dustin Johnson and Pat Perez. He followed with a birdie on the par-5 seventh to finish at 2 under.He was at 7-under 137, two shots clear of anyone else who played early in warm sunshine on a course that getting dry and crispy.”I was in the hay too much over the last couple of days”, Day said. “Yeah, it was a bit of a roller coaster”.Here comes Si Woo Kim. He shot 73 and missed the cut by three.Three more birdies on his inward nine took him to seven under and a piece of US Open history.It was McIlroy’s first tournament since taking time off to tend to a recurring rib injury.Casey, who had shot a six-under-par 66 on Thursday, had threatened to mount an early assault on the leaderboard but came unstuck with a disastrous triple bogey eight on the 14th. That still didn’t appear to be almost enough.”Show up for the last six holes, anyway”, McIlroy said.Amazingly it could have been even better if not for bogeys on the fourth and 10th, as well as a missed eagle putt from six feet on the 15th after he had driven the green on the 288-yard par four.Rory McIlroy was left reflecting on a missed cut at the US Open for the second consecutive year on Friday after once again struggling to get to grips with the Erin Hills layout. Johnson birdied his opening two holes of the second round in his bid to first make sure he had a tee time Saturday, and then try to make up ground on the lead.Casey laid up in the rough on the par-5 14th hole.And he still has a long way to go.”When you’re trying to aim at a target usually at a normal golf course, with normal width fairways, there’s some pressure in hitting the fairway”. “Even just trying to take my medicine was very, very hard. It’s a good 8 in the end”.He shot a respectable one-under 71 on Friday, though it wasn’t almost enough to make up for the disastrous 78 in the first round.Nearly an inch of rain fell on the course overnight, but scoring conditions were far from easy as the likes of former champion Jordan Spieth and Lee Westwood tried to move into contention. He got that up-and-down for a bogey and a 68.That’s what happened as Stricker made it exactly on the cut line.