Phil Mickelson made consecutive double bogeys on the 16th and 17th holes to shoot 42 on the back nine. His 77 left him seven over for the tournament and out of contention.
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Jason Day also shot 65. He's tied for third with Westwood and Robert Garrigus at five under.
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Y.E. Yang started and finished Saturday's round in second place. After a one-under 70, he's six under.
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Brandt Jobe, a 45-year-old playing in his 12th U.S. Open, is tied for 10th at two under. He's trying to beat his previous best Open showing, a tie for 18th at Torrey Pines in 2008.
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McIlroy's consistency and accurate shotmaking had TV commentators comparing him to Tiger Woods in his prime.
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McIlroy made one bogey, on the par-3 10th, and four birdies.
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McIlroy is trying to win his first major championship.
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Rory McIlroy teed off with a big lead on Saturday and built on it. He shot 68 to get to 14 under, eight shots ahead of Y.E. Yang.
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Steve Stricker shot a second straight 69 to get back to even par.
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Ryo Ishikawa finished with consecutive bogeys to shoot 74.
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Padraig Harrington made three bogeys and a double coming home for a 72. He's three over.
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Matteo Manassero is six over for the tournament.
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Martin Kaymer is three over after Saturday's 72.
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Graeme McDowell, last year's U.S. Open champ, shot 69 to get to even for the tournament.
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Lee Westwood tied the low round of the tournament with a 65 on Saturday.
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Luke Donald bogeyed No. 17 and double bogeyed No. 18 for a 74.
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Webb Simpson shot five-under 66 despite taking a penalty stroke when his ball moved after he addressed it with his putter on the 13th green. It was the same penalty he took seven weeks ago at the Zurich Open in New Orleans.
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Sergio Garcia has made a strong showing at Congressional. He's four under and tied for sixth.
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