Tiger Woods waves to the gallery after holing his putt on 16

Greenbrier Classic 2015: Tiger Woods finds his form to card a four-under 66 in first outing since his US Open meltdown

While Woods' opening round was only good enough for a share of 12th, his performance was markedly improved from his Chambers Bay showing

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Rory McIlroy smiles after holing a monster 50-foot putt on 13

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McIlroy holed a monster 50-foot putt on 13 to set-up a thrilling finish but failed to take his chances when it mattered most

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Rory McIlroy cuts a disconsolate figure as another putt gets away at the 17th green

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Jason Day of Australia waves as he walks off the 18th green alongside Kevin Kisner

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American golfer Patrick Reed shares the lead at the US Open
Jason Day receives treatment after collapsing during the second round

US Open 2015: Jason Day collapses on final hole of second round before being taken to hospital for further tests on vertigo symptoms

Day collapsed as he followed his tee shot on the ninth but managed to regain his feet to finish the hole after treatment

Jordan Spieth will star day three as the US Open on five-under-par

US Open 2015: Jordan Spieth puts himself into position to challenge for second consecutive major and stir thought of a grand slam

Spieth triumphed at the Masters earlier this year and will head out alongside Patrick Reed in the final group today

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