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We’ll be missing the top three players in the world for this weekend’s U.S. Open finish, but it’ll hardly be without major storylines. Perhaps it’ll even be golf’s most captivating star playing the main role come Sunday evening.

Rickie Fowler owned the headlines for most of the first two days at Erin Hills, but it’s a crowded leaderboard atop America’s national championship. Through two rounds, two Americans — Brooks Koepka and Brian Harman — share the lead alongside two Englishmen — Paul Casey and Tommy Fleetwood — at 7-under par. Fowler seemed as if he was on cruise control for the first nine on Friday, holding the lead at 9-under par, before making his first three bogeys of the tournament on the 11th, 12th, and 13th holes and falling one behind the quartet of leaders.

Let’s get to the other major notes from a long day on the Kettle Moraine.

Hideki Golf is beautiful

Have you ever seen something so beautiful, so magical, so majestic.

Let’s start with a simple, bold statement: Hideki Matsuyama played the best round of golf I’ve ever seen in person on Friday. Not talking most impactful round, or biggest moment, or even score. I followed Fowler, Matsuyama, and Jon Rahm for a good chunk of the day on Friday — and I’ve never seen a dude hit so many shots just on the screws. It was a clinical dissection of a brutally large golf course. A show. A concerto. Joga bonito.

It’s not often a guy turns in a 7-under 65 in the US Open and we’re talking about how it could’ve gone better. But he still had a number of near-misses with the putter that could’ve put us into beyond-Johnny territory. Just one shot off the tournament record to par. Historical. That’s the type of performance Matsuyama put forward on Friday. What should be scary for the rest of the golf world is just how typical such a performance could be from the Japanese star all the time.

After early exits from Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, and Jason Day, he’ll be the highest-ranked player remaining in the field this weekend. Don’t be shocked if he takes home the title come Sunday night.

History! But the bad kind

Since the inception of the Official World Golf Ranking, never had the top three players in the world all missed the cut at the same major. That’s now no longer the case.

Despite all the lip service about how Erin Hills’ length might play to their advantage, Johnson, McIlroy, and Day will all exit stage right before the weekend begins. In fact, only four of the world’s top ten players made the cut at Erin Hills — Matsuyama, Fowler, Sergio Garcia, and Jordan Spieth. Woof.

For McIlroy, the struggles came as a surprise — even after his injury layoff.

“You play 54 holes around here before the golf tournament, I felt really, really comfortable. I drove the ball well, my irons were good. Everything was in good shape,” McIlroy said. “But you never really know until you put a card in your hand and you’re under the gun little bit. And some of the weaknesses and flaws that are in my game at the minute showed up over the last couple of days. It’s good to see those and see what needs to be worked on.”

A quick note about Jon Rahm’s “antics”

Start here: Jon Rahm is a star. He’s a future superstar, a huge talent, and he’s going to win majors. Multiple.

Having said that, there’s been a bit of talk growing louder and louder about the 22-year-old’s on-course antics when things turn south. The Spaniard struggled alongside Fowler and Matsuyama, and he got rather demonstrative through the course of the round. I watched him club toss, moan, and struggle through most of the front nine, with an outburst on the seventh tee sticking out in my mind. Kevin Van Valkenburg caught this later in the round

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For the second time in the last three summers (Chambers Bay in 2015), the U.S. Open will be contested on a relatively new golf track. A 7,741-yard monster situated 35 miles northwest of Milwaukee, Erin Hills opened to the public in 2006 and is the first U.S. Open layout to feature a par of 72 since Tom Kite shot 3-under at Pebble Beach in 1992.

For those scoring at home, take note of the history that will be made in Wisconsin this week, as Erin Hills is set to officially lay claim to the title of “longest course in major championship history.” Now, all that’s left to do is figure out how to tame this beast from a wagering perspective.

You are going to want to watch every minute of action from the 2017 U.S. Open this week, and CBS Sports is here to tell you exactly how you can accomplish that charge. Exciting action will be aplenty Thursday through Sunday at Erin Hills in Wisconsin, and you can catch it all both on your television and streaming live online.

Here’s a look at the schedule of events so you can watch as much golf as possible over the next four days. Weather may dictate some changes to the start times below, and tee times have not yet been released for the weekend.

If you don’t want to be glued to the screen, be sure to check back with CBS Sports as we will feature a live blog covering every angle

 Down the pretty green County Q Road West, beyond the silos and the barns, beyond the pick-your-own-strawberries place, beyond the every-so-often houses and the Little Red Schoolhouse and the gumdrop town of Colgate, and beyond the beautiful hay bales in the trucks, the deer warning sign and the obligatory mailbox with a Green Bay Packers “G” insignia on it, here’s the gargantuan underdog.

It’s 7,741 yards long out here. It’s on a vast 652 acres, dwarfing the golf-course norm. It’s 37 miles northwest of Milwaukee, after the interstate signs start hinting about Fond du Lac and the radio holds a hot-as-June conversation about Aaron Rodgers’s contract.

Hell, it’s 11 years old or, in golf history, a blip of a blip of a blip.

Two decades ago, it was Earl and Bernice Millikin’s cattle farm, with their outstanding Charolais that once numbered 450 and once, during the 1970s, boasted Adonis, Earl’s favorite bull. This week, somehow, it’s the site of the 117th U.S. Open after a vivid whoosh of a history — if two decades can count as a history — told lately in Gary D’Amato’s smashing seven-part series in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

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The ShopRite LPGA Classic is one of just three 54-hole events on the LPGA Tour schedule. … Anna Nordqvist has won the last two years and will try to join fellow Swede Annika Sorenstam as the only three-time winner. … So Yeon Ryu ended her streak of 11 consecutive LPGA Tour finishes in the top 10 last week at the LPGA Volvik when she tied for 56th. Ryu is in the field and will have a fourth straight chance to replace Lydia Ko at No. 1 in the world. … Ko and Ariya Jutanugarn are not playing. … The LPGA Tour has not had a multiple winner in its 12 tournaments this year, the second-longest streak to start a season. There was not a multiple winner in 1991 until the 16th event of the year. … South Korea has produced six winners this year. The United States is next with three winners, while Japan, Sweden and China have one each. … Sharmila Nicollet won a fan Twitter poll to earn the final sponsor exemption. She won by 9 percentage points over Blair O’Neal.

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The Memorial Tournament and one of the purest tracks on the PGA Tour in Muirfield Village are at the forefront this week. And with them come one of the best non-major fields of the year. Dustin Johnson, Jason Day and Jordan Spieth will all be getting prep work in for the U.S. Open in two weeks.

This tournament is almost always a great one, and this week figures to be no different with several top golfers streaking in to try and win at Jack Nicklaus’ place.

Here’s a look at the schedule of events so you can watch all the action at one of the great courses in the U.S. all week.

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The Players may not have the cache of the British Open or PGA Championship, but its combination of iconic backdrop and massive prize purse means the game’s best players treat it like the fifth major that never was. It’s one of the game’s most recognizable tournaments: an event held in mid-May that connects the months between the Masters and U.S. Open. The Stadium Course plays host to nearly 40,000 spectators, and millions more will watch on television as a deep field competes for a $10.5 million purse.

Last year, Australian Jason Day confirmed his place in the game’s upper echelon with a four-stroke triumph. It was the event’s largest margin of victory since 2009, and it netted Day $1.89 million in prize money. While he’ll be among the favorites when action begins Thursday, Sergio Garcia may just be TPC’s safest bet.

Garcia had his long-awaited breakthrough when he earned his first major tournament win at the 2017 Masters, but TPC Sawgrass has long been one of his preferred playgrounds. He won The Players back in 2008, has been runner-up twice — most recently in 2015 — and was third in 2014. While he finished 17 strokes off the lead at last year’s event, he’s playing the best golf of his life after a career-affirming victory at Augusta.

The Players took a long path to emerge as one of the game’s biggest events. TPC Sawgrass was just 415 acres of marshland 40 years ago, before Pete Dye and his wife, Alice, molded it into a unique and unforgiving championship golf course. Sawgrass takes elements from storied courses across the globe, combining features like St. Andrews’ pot bunkers and Augusta’s pavement-fast putting surfaces to frustrate players.

The jewel of the course is the 17th hole: a par-3 that challenges players with an undulating island green. Swirling wind and a small landing zone make the 132-yard hole a challenge, and its placement at the end of the course can mean heartache for anyone unlucky enough to find the drink in the fourth round.

Thursday’s first-round coverage

Television:

9 a.m. – 1 p.m. — Golf Channel “Live From” The Players

1 p.m. – 7 p.m. — Golf Channel

Online streams:

7:30 a.m. PGA Tour Live starts with coverage from range and opening holes

Featured Groups (PGA Tour Live subscription required)

  • 8:16 a.m. — Rickie Fowler / Henrik Stenson / Jason Day
  • 8:27 a.m. — Jordan Spieth / Hideki Matsuyama / Phil Mickelson
  • 1:52 p.m. — Dustin Johnson / Justin Thomas / Rory McIlroy

9 a.m. 7 p.m.PGA Tour Live featured holes coverage — Nos. 12 and 17 (No subscription required)

1 p.m. 7 p.m.Golf Channel simulcast Live stream

Friday’s second-round coverage

Television:

9 a.m. – 1 p.m. — Golf Channel “Live From” The Players

1 p.m. – 7 p.m. — Golf Channel

Online streams:

7:30 a.m.PGA Tour Live starts with coverage from range and opening holes

Featured Groups (PGA Tour Live subscription required)

  • 8:16 a.m. — Sergio Garcia / Adam Scott / Matt Kuchar
  • 8:27 a.m. — Dustin Johnson / Justin Thomas / Rory McIlroy
  • 1:52 p.m. — Jordan Spieth / Hideki Matsuyama / Phil Mickelson

9 a.m. 7 p.m.PGA Tour Live featured holes coverage — Nos. 12 & 17 (No subscription required)

Saturday’s third-round coverage

Television:

9 a.m. – 2 p.m. — Golf Channel “Live From” The Players

2 p.m. – 7 p.m. — NBC

Online streams:

11:30 a.m.PGA Tour Live starts with coverage from range and opening holes

  • TBD

Noon 7 p.m.PGA Tour Live featured holes coverage — Nos. 12 & 17 (No subscription required)

2 p.m. 7 p.m.NBC Sports Live Extra simulcast stream Sunday’s final-round coverage