110th US Open: Day 2 Live Blog, Leaderboard, Scores, and Results

Todd KaufmannSenior Writer IJune 18, 2010

PEBBLE BEACH, CA - JUNE 18:  Graeme McDowell of Northern Ireland celebrates a birdie putt on the fourth green during the second round of the 110th U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links on June 18, 2010 in Pebble Beach, California.  (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
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2:48pm CDT: Graeme McDowell finishes his round at three-under and is in the clubhouse with a two-shot lead.

Signing off for the afternoon, golf fans. You'll have a live blog on Saturday and Sunday and you'll have great coverage for the weekend. Thanks for hanging out with us!

2:05pm CDT: Is anyone surprised that only eight players are under par over the last two days?

1:54pm CDT: Tiger Woods struggling again. He is two-over par for the day, five-over par for the tournament. Currently nine shots back of the leader.

1:46pm CDT: McDowell with a birdie at five and he now has a three shot lead on the rest of the field.

1:40pm CDT: Sorry for all the delays folks, it's hard to keep up with this and focusing on other things as well.

Currently, Graeme McDowell has a two-shot lead over seven other golfers, only one of which is American.

12:32pm CDT: Brendon De Jong, with bogeys at 16 and 17, falls back to a tie at two-under par with Graeme McDowell.

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There are three Americans, Shaun Micheel, Dustin Johnson, and Jason Allred all at one-under par for the tournament and one shot back of the leaders.

Tiger Woods still one-under on the day through seven.

12:25pm CDT: Best round of the day so far goes to Rhys Davies who is three-under par today, four-over for the tournament.

12:07pm CDT: Phil Mickelson is scheduled to tee off at 1:35pm PDT

11:57am CDT: Brendon De Jong still holding strong to a two shot lead through six holes.

11:56am CDT: Tiger Woods is on the course and is one-under through six

10:43am CDT: Correction, looks like he was called offside...oh well.

Shaun Micheel still holding strong at three-under for the tournament. He began his second round on the back nine so he's on the 14th hole.

10:42am CDT: US scores again and it's 3-2 USA...what a comeback. Sorry for the soccer updates folks.

10:40am CDT: US ties it up 2-2. Nice comeback by the boys.

10:30am CDT: Dustin Johnson birdies his opening hole and moves to one-under for the tournament and for his round today. He's two shots back of the leader, Shaun Micheel.

10:29am CDT: Paul Casey, a shot back of Shaun Micheel, is on the course and is even par for thid day through two holes, two-under for the tournament.

10:24am CDT: SeungYul Noh, say that three times fast, with back-to-back birdies on two and three and he's now at one-over par for the tournament.

10:16am CDT: Amateur Morgan Hoffman standing strong so far through four (started on the back nine). He's currently one-under on the day and three-over for the tournament.

First question of the day. Will the winner of the US Open need to be under-par or will the winning score be over-par?

10:15am CDT: Tom Lehman, Sergio Garcia, and David Duval all on the course. Garcia is two-over for the tournament, Duval is at four-over, Lehman at five-over.

10:05am CDT: Soccer update, Landon Donovan scored for the US. Currently 2-1 Slovania.

Back to golf, Shaun Micheel still has the overall lead at three-under for the tournament and one-under par through two holes today.

10:01am CDT: Shaun Micheel wastes no time getting his first birdie of the day. He's three-under for the tournament and one-under for the day.

Amateur Morgan Hoffman also opens his round with a birdie. He's currently three-over par for the tournament.

9:47am CDT: Barcelo with a bogey at three to fall back to one-under for the day.

Gary Boyd is the only other golfer on the course that is under par...so far.

9:42am CDT: I know this is on the US Open, but I just happened to glance at the soccer scores and had to rub my eyes when I saw the US were trailing Slovenia 2-0. Yikes.

9:33am CDT: Richard Barcelo with back-to-back birdies on one and two to start his day. He's two-under for the day, four-over for the tournament.

9:31am CDT: For those of you just joining us this morning, the projected cut line as of right now is at eight-over par.

9:28am CDT: My "I'm Having a Hard Day" award, the first ever to be handed out at the 110th US Open, went to Blaine Peffley who finished his day at 15-over par.

He was six-over par on the front nine and blew up on the back nine with a nine-over par finish. Ouch.

9:26am CDT: Rikard Karlberg opens his round with a double-bogey on 10 which is his first hole of the day.

9:23am CDT: There are a few golfers already on the course this morning but none of the names that anyone would recognize.

Steven Wheatcroft, who had the lead for a little while yesterday, finished his day at three-over par and even through one hole today.

Richard Barcelo has the first birdie of the second round at the par four first.

9:00am CDT: Good Friday morning golf and US Open fans. It's day two of the 110th US Open from Pebble Beach Golf Course in Pebble Beach, California.

We're just a few minutes from the first groups teeing off so the question surrounding today's second round is, will this golf course continue to prevent the low scores?

The leaders at the moment are at two-under par and even the top names on tour struggled on the course yesterday. Tiger Woods finished at three-over, Phil Mickelson was at four-over yesterday, Sergio Garcia and Ernie Els were both at two-over par.

So will this course give up low scores today or will it play even tougher than it did on day one?

Are you ready for day two? So am I, let's get it!