Players completed the second round and most of the third round at the 2016 U.S. Open on Saturday at Oakmont Country Club as they continue to play catch up from the weather delays on Thursday.

Shane Lowry (5 under) made a move to the lead as he walked off the 14th green on Saturday night with play suspended due to darkness, two shots ahead of Andrew Landry, who is alone in second place.

The players that did not finish their third rounds on Saturday will return to the course bright and early to resume play at 7:00 a.m. ET on Sunday; the final group has five holes remaining.

Here is how the leaderboard looks as we head into Sunday at Oakmont.

1. Shane Lowry (-5, 14): Lowry played tremendous golf in the afternoon and evening on Saturday. He is currently 3 under thru 14 on his third round. Though he has four holes to play, he's going to be tough to pass if he can play like he did on Saturday -- 10-of-11 fairways and 10-of-14 greens.

2. Andrew Landry (-3, 13): No one believed Landry would still be near the top of the leaderboard after Saturday, but here we are and there he is standing. Landry has impressed with his play and composure, handling his first experience in contention at any PGA Tour event incredibly well.

T3. Lee Westwood (-2, 15): Westwood was at 5 under at one point early in his second round on Saturday morning, but as has been the case through much of his career at majors, the putter has let him down in some crucial spots and he's been unable to mount a sustained run at the top. That said, he's going to be as experienced as anyone in the top 10 at handling a Sunday at a major -- for better or worse.

T3. Sergio Garcia (-2, 14): It's been a stripe show all week for Garcia, and he's avoided a disastrous hole that takes him out of the championship to this point. He'll need the putter to come alive on Sunday to mount a charge, but the way he's striking the ball, you have to consider him a serious contender to take down Lowry.

T3. Dustin Johnson (-2, 13): Dustin, Dustin, Dustin. So many opportunities. So many missed birdie putts. He should have a stranglehold on this event with the way he's played through most of three rounds, but instead, he finds himself 2 over for the third round and three back of the lead. He fought the hooks early in his third round, but righted the ship after a few early hiccups. He's just not been able to make any birdies to validate his quality of ball-striking and driving.

6. Branden Grace (-1, F): Remember Grace? The guy who was so close at Chambers Bay before losing one into the train tracks on 16 has clawed his way back into contention once again at a U.S. Open. He posted a 66 on Saturday afternoon and will be the beneficiary of rest as he won't have to be at the course until his afternoon tee time for the final round.

7. Scott Piercy (E, 13): To his credit, Piercy has kept the boat afloat after a disastrous start to his third round. He needs some birdies coming in to have a chance in the final round, but having the night to rest and regroup could be very helpful for him.

T8. Jason Day (+1, F): His 66 on Saturday afternoon was a terrific round of golf, but he had a chance to post a really low number as he got all the way back to even par after this eagle on No. 4.

Day wanted to get to even par before the final round and almost got there. He'll need another round in the 60s on Sunday afternoon and some help to claim the title.

T8. Bryson DeChambeau (+1, F): Early on, it looked like young Bryson was going to eject, but he rallied with a string of birdies late to shoot an even-par 70 that was anything but ordinary. Like Day, he'll need a good round plus some help on Sunday afternoon, but if Lowry and company back up at all in closing out their third rounds, it could make things very interesting for the group at 1 over.

T8. Zach Johnson (+1, 17): Johnson nearly aced the par-3 13th in the third round but that was pretty much his lone highlight of the afternoon. He was even to start his round and tread water throughout, but his steady play and putting could make him a factor if the course gets even harder on Sunday.

T8. Daniel Summerhays (+1, 14): Summerhays shot one of the rounds of the championship in the morning with a second round 65, but wasn't able to replicate that play in the afternoon. He's dropped back to one over and will need to find that same form he had on Saturday morning if he's going to factor into the discussion on Sunday evening.

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Shane Lowry has taken control of the 2016 U.S. Open going into Sunday. USATSI