Can anyone catch Martin Kaymer?
That's what the 114th U.S. Open championship has come down to after Kaymer, the former No. 1-ranked player in the world, was the star of Day 2 with a rinse and repeat performance of the 65 score he posted in the opening round of the tournament.
The back-to-back 65s represent a U.S. Open scoring record after 36 holes and the 10-under total put the German six shots clear of his nearest competitor in the field heading into the weekend.
But once again, while Kaymer clearly was the biggest winner of the day for the second consecutive round, he wasn't the only winner. And there also were plenty of losers. Read on to see who qualified for the biggest of both in addition to the tournament leader.