Let's be real for just a minute.
Based on what Martin Kaymer has managed to do in the first 36 holes of the U.S. Open, the rest of the field could very well be competing to win the B Flight.
As good as he was in winning the Players Championship, he looks even better through 36 holes this week.
That means he's going to be very difficult to catch on the weekend if he continues to play at this level.
So who are the guys to watch in the third round? Which guys will, having survived the pressure of making the cut, put a run together and try to at least close the gap a bit?
Can a player like Brandt Snedeker build on the bit of momentum he's established?
How about Brendon Todd, who has finished in the top 10 in each of his last three starts? How will he handle Saturday under major pressure?
Here's a group of players to watch as the U.S. Open heads into the weekend.