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Will Rory McIlroy be able to bounce back on Saturday? Round 3 of the US Open will not have the iconic Tiger Woods, who failed to rally a come-back in the second round after a horrendous first round, instead, the new kid on the block Jordan Spieth will be at the centerstage of the golf universe when Round 3 starts on Saturday.

Spieth and Patrick Reed will be the last pair in the third round as they shared the lead at 5-under-par. Spieth, this year’s Masters champion, managed to have a strong start in the second round until he found himself a double-bogey at the 18th. Spieth had six birdies and a bogey, including the double bogey, to have a score of 5-under-par, enough for him to share the top of the leaderboard.

World’s No. 1 Rory McIlroy has to climb a mountain to reach the top of the leaderboard. McIlroy struggled again in Round 2 by shooting 2-over-par. He is 4-over-par in the tournament. Meanwhile, Phil Mickelson is at 3-over-par. With the experience that he possessed, Mickelson might by making the move in Round 3 just to position himself to have a shot at the tile in the Final Round.

US Open 2015 live stream is available on USOpen.com and Fox Sports 2 Go. US Open Golf tournament tv schedule is on Fox on Thursday to start with. It will be shifted to Fox Sports 1 at 11:00 AM Central time. I returns to Fox at 7:00 PM ET.

Fox is promising a live streaming virtual reality setup this weekend during the US Open tournament. It’s working with NextVR, so that viewers can pop into any of five camera rigs around the course and peek around like they were really there. According to Fox, “among the technologies in play, VIRTUAL REALITY, AERIAL DRONES, 4K CAMERAS and a gyro-stabilized, 20-mph RC CAMERA CAR, FOX Sports also delivers major coverage enhancements through multiple point-of-view (POV) cameras and VIRTUAL IMMERSIVE GRAPHICS, displaying yardage, green shadows and wind. There will even be tiny “HOLE MIC” microphones in the bottom of every hole of the 250-acre, Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed course.”

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