It's Martin Kaymer's course, the rest of the golfers are just lucky to be in the field.
Of course, there are 18 long holes left to be played at the 114th U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2, and no championship has been won just yet. However, Kaymer's shaky but gutsy two-over-par round on Saturday left him at eight under for the tournament, five clear strokes ahead of his closest competitor.
There are only five other players under par for the championship, and all of them will be ready to pounce if the German falters. Rickie Fowler and Erik Compton both shot a 67 on Saturday, leaving them at three under and tied for second place. Henrik Stenson and Dustin Johnson are both hanging in at two under and Brandt Snedeker is alone at one under par.
Whatever happens, it's looking likely that there will be a first-time U.S. Open champion taking the crown from Justin Rose on Sunday.
Here are all of the winners and losers from moving day.