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Don't go to bed! Shane Lowry has charged into contention at the US Open

Lowry moves into a tie for fourth despite tough scoring conditions at Chambers Bay.

Image: Lenny Ignelzi

SHANE LOWRY CLOSED in on the US Open leaders with a brilliant start to his third round at Chambers Bay.

Lowry moved to three-under-par with a birdie at the 10th, three shots behind leader Jordan Spieth.

After opening with a bogey on the second to drop back to level par, Lowry hit his stride and birdied the sixth and ninth to go out in 34.

The short birdie putt at 10 moved him into a tie for fourth place alongside Patrick Reed.

Here’s how the leaderboard looks at 00.25:

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