England's Justin Rose set the clubhouse lead at the US Open by carding a one-under 70 in round two at Pebble Beach.
On a cool, dry Northern California day, with little to no wind blowing off the Pacific Ocean, numerous world's best players had their way with one of the most iconic golf courses.
Rose's six-under-par 65 matched the American's record low round for a U.S. Open contested at the iconic seaside layout and gave the Briton a one-shot lead on a spectacular day of low scoring.
Needing a U.S. Open to complete a career grand slam Mickelson is getting perhaps his last best chance to get the job done, playing on the same Pebble Beach layout he collected his 44th career PGA Tour title on in February.
From rules gaffes to dead grass to lack of rain or wind, the story surrounding the last four U.S. Opens has been as much about the management of the tournament as it has been the shots by the players in the field.
What went well: Tiger probably saved his tournament with his putter on Thursday.
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Wellingon golfer Daniel Hillier.
Kiwi Ryan Fox has his work cut out if he's to make the US Open cut.
Wellington amateur Daniel Hillier fared similarly carding a five over 76.
Another 49-year-old, Phil Mickelson, plays in the afternoon. "I'm right there. I feel like if I get out tomorrow and get off to a good start, I'm right back into it".
Unless conditions change dramatically, this U.S. Open figures to look a lot more like Brooks Koepka's win at Erin Hills in 2017 (when he finished 16-under) than his victory at Shinnecock Hills a year ago (when he was 1-over).
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"I clipped it and dumped my ball in the center of the green and tried to make my bogey - but happened to make a putt", said Woods, who salvaged par with a 30-footer.
Despite the battle Woods had to go through to get to the one-under, he has to be happy with the result.
Woods carded three birdies and a double bogey in a four-hole stretch on the front nine before finishing with 11 straight pars, the most notable courtesy of a 30-foot par putt on the 14th after thinning a bunker shot across the green. He had to hit his second shot off the cart path on No. 18 to save par.
The 15-time major victor is five strokes adrift of leader Justin Rose despite not being at his best in the first round at Pebble Beach. Day birdied the last before also signing for a round of one-under.
Defending champion: Brooks Koepka.
It was just the start the Co Down man was crying out for after failing to break par and shooting an accumulative 36-over par on the opening day in the seven US Opens he's played since his incredible eight-shot victory at Congressional Country Club in 2011.
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