U.S. Open: Notables who won’t play the weekend at Winged Foot

We’re through 36 holes at the 2020 U.S. Open at Winged Foot in Mamaroneck, New York, and Patrick Reed has the solo lead at 4 under. Bryson DeChambeau is a shot back in second.

Rafa Cabrera Bello, Harris English and Justin Thomas are T-3, two shots back at 2 under.

Jason Kokrak is 1 under and that’s it, those are the six golfers who are under par in the 120th U.S. Open.

The West Course played much tougher on Friday, with DeChambeau’s 68 the best score of the day. Bubba Watson and Hideki Matsuyama shot 69, the only other rounds under par in the second round.

The cut came in at 7 over, so the low 60 and ties will return for Saturday’s third round.

Meanwhile, these are some of the notable names who are slamming trunks and jumping on planes on Friday night:

PGA Championship winner Collin Morikawa bogeyed the eighth hole, his second-to-last of the day, and when he managed to only par the par-5 ninth, he found himself on the outside looking in. A 76-71 combo put him at 7 over, just the third missed cut of his pro career.

Justin Rose shot 73-74 and also missed the cut by one.

Defending U.S. Open champ Gary Woodland shot 74-74 to miss the cut by two at 8 over. Also at 8 over is Tommy Fleetwood.

Tiger Woods was 7 over just on Friday alone and finished his two days at 10 over, shooting 73-77 to miss the cut. Phil Mickelson finished 13 over after rounds of 79-74.

One of the 13 amateurs made the cut: Florida State’s John Pak.

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