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Scottie Scheffler, Brooks Koepka and M.J. Daffue had some incredible shots during the second round of the U.S. Open Friday.
Scheffler, who won the Masters to take over the No. 1 spot in the world golf rankings before missing the cut at the PGA Championship, hit a pitch shot for eagle on the 14th hole from about 60 yards out.
The eagle put him at 2-under for the tournament and among the leaders for the tournament.
He finished the round with a 67 and was 3-under for the tournament.
Moments later, two-time U.S. Open winner Brooks Koepka nailed his own eagle on the same hole. He sunk a putt from about 14 feet away from the cup. Koepka’s eagle put him at 1-under with four holes remaining in his round.
Koepka finished the round with a 67 and was even for the tournament.
Daffue, a Korn Ferry Tour competitor who earned his first U.S. Open appearance, was among the leaders after a 67 in the first round. He hit an errant shot toward a hospitality tent and needed to swing from the fake turf near the tent. He hit a great shot to get in the rough near the green, covering about 250 yards. He marked himself down for a bogey on the par-5.
He shot a 72 for the round and was 1-under for the tournament.
It appeared all golfers would make the cut for the weekend and be in contention to win the major.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.