Former Jayhawk Woodland Cards 66 in Round Two and is Tied for 11th Place at the U.S. Open
June 19, 2009
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. –
Former Kansas golf standout Gary Woodland concluded his second round with a score of 66 and is one-under for at the event at the 109th United States Open at Bethpage Black Golf Course.
With half the field still completing their second rounds, Woodland is currently tied for 11th place with Phil Mickelson and seven shots off the pace of leader Ricky Barnes.
Due to rains on Thursday, no players completed their second rounds on Friday, and the third round is not scheduled to get under way until late Saturday afternoon.
Woodland’s second round score of 66 marks his second lowest score of the season on the PGA Tour, bested only by his 63 at the third round of the Mayakoba Golf Classic at Riviera Maya-Cancun.
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