2007 US Open:
Second round proves a difficult Oakmont
Angel Cabrera atop of the
ledgeboard with even, Phil Mickelson misses the cut by a shot at
A very hard play today at the Oakmont Country Club for the 2007
US Open Golf Championship. The second day of the US Open was
rich on surprises on all fronts. Phil Mickelson, considered on
of the favorites to win the Championship missed the cut by only
one shot finishing today at 11 over par with a projected cut
line of +10.
After the course dried out today it
became even harder to control the ball on this golf course full
of slopes. Angel Cabrera finished first today with only even.
With 69 yesterday and 71 today he leads in the US Open with a
total of 140. Bubba Watson keeps his eyes on the trophy at
second place, only a shot behind the leader Cabrera.
T iger Woods continues to be tie for the 13th
with 4-over 74 in the second day of the 2007 US Open. Woods is
five off the lead, but he said he is satisfied with his current
position and will enter the weekend on a positive note.
Considering how hard the Oakmont played today, Tiger Woods has
all the right to be content with his four-over-par.
Top five on the 2007 US Open ledgeboard as of
1 Angel Cabrera E +1
2 Bubba Watson +1 +1
T3 Stephen Ames +2 -1
T3 Aaron Baddeley +2 E
T3 Niclas Fasth +2 +1
A little changed with the odds of the
U.K. sportsbook Bet365 - Tiger Woods is still the favorite to
win the US Open with odds of 4.20 (16/5), followed by Justin
Rose with 8.50 (15/2) and Angel Cabrera with 11.00 (10/1). The
odds on Nick Dougherty are 100/1, so if you live outside of the
USA and think that Nick Dougherty has a chance -
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Published on 06/15/2007