The odds for the 2014 U.S. Open look like this right now: Chances are Martin Kaymer is going to win this thing.
The 29-year-old German is six strokes clear of the field after two rounds. He's carded a pair of brilliant 65s and is perched atop the leaderboard at 10 under. He's won a major in his career (the 2010 PGA Championship) and has won a significant tournament this year (The Players), so it's unlikely he's going to beat himself this weekend.
Brendon Todd, the only player better than three under after two rounds, is at four-under 136 after his second round.
Keven Na and Brandt Snedeker are in at three under, while pre-tournament favorite Rory McIlroy trails the leader by nine strokes entering the weekend.
Phil Mickelson, for his part, is three over through two rounds, 13 behind Kaymer.
Who has a prayer of catching the leader, and does the Kaymernator have an Achilles' heel? Click through to find out.