Saturday, June 18, 2011

Moving Day Leaderboard at the US Open

Here is the leaderboard after Moving Day at the US Open.

1. Rory McIlroy: -14
2. Y.E. Yang: -6
T3. Robert Garrigus: -5
T3. Lee Westwood: -5
T3. Jason Day: -5
T6. Sergio Garcia: -4
T6. Matt Kuchar: -4
T6. Fredrik Jacobson: -4
9. Kyung-tae Kim: -3

Other Notables:
T15. Zach Johnson: -1
T21. Graeme McDowell: E
T21. Louis Oosthuizen: E
T27. Charl Schwartzel: +1
T33. Dustin Johnson: +2
T36. Padraig Harrington: +3
T36. Martin Kaymer: +3
T48 Ryo Isikawa: +5
T57. Phil Mickelson: +7
T57. Bubba Watson: +7
T64. Anthony Kim: +8


  1. I am absolutely confident McIlroy will win the U.S. Open. His score of 199 (14 under par) is truly mind boggling! No golfer has ever blown more than a five-shot lead in the tournament’s history. He should just be declared the winner right now!

  2. You're so right. McIlroy could bogey 5 holes in his last round and still run away with the championship. You can tell he learned from his mistake at Augusta and will not relinquish this lead.