Friday’s second round of the U.S. Open was eventful, to say the least.
Then there was Tiger Woods, who followed a first round 80 with a 76 Friday. Woods’s 16-over 156 was tied for the second-worst score of the first two rounds. Needless to say, Tiger won’t be around for the weekend. Playing partner Rickie Fowler didn’t fare much better. Fowler also missed the cut after going 14-over.
There was also a scary moment when Jason Day collapsed on the 18th hole after experiencing dizziness. He received medical attention, but continued playing. He is at 2-under for the tournament. You can see video of the incident below.
Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed and Henrik Stenson were near the top of the leaderboard, but were still on the course at the time this post was published.
Keep reading for the day’s scores and other highlights:
Day 2 Leaderboard
Scores of those players who have finished their second round
Jordan Spieth … 68-67–135 (-5)
Branden Grace … 69-67–136 (-4)
Joost Luiten … 68-69–137 (-3)
Tony Finau … 69-68–137 (-3)
Daniel Summerhays … 70-67–137 (-3)
Ben Martin … 67-70–137 (-3)
Jamie Lovemark … 70-68–138 (-2)
J.B. Holmes … 72-66–138 (-2)
Jason Day … 68-70–138 (-2)
U.S. Open Day 2 Highlights & Video
Jason Day Collapses On the Course
Jason Day collapsed on the 18th fairway after feeling dizzy. He received medical attention and returned to the course to finish his round. He is at 2-under for the tournament after shooting a 70 Friday.
Day withdrew from the Byron Nelson 3 weeks ago after feeling dizzy.
It’s unknown if Day will withdraw or not.