2012 U.S. Open: Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson Highlight Olympic Club's 'Victims'

Only a few hours into the second round of the 2012 U.S. Open, the Olympic Club's Lakes course is really starting to show it's teeth, claiming 'victims' of it's treachery around every corner. It's not just the amatuer's having a problem, it's the pros as well, with a number of the world top golfers likely not sticking around for the weekend. Here's a closer look at some of those who have really struggled.

Rory McIlroy: +9 thru seven holes

Luke Donald: +9 thru seven holes

Bubba Watson: +8 tees off at 1:18

Louis Oosthuizen: +8 thru three holes

Zach Johnson: +7 tees off at 1:25

Adam Scott: +6 tees of at 1:47

Phil Mickelson: +6 tees off at 1:18

These guys are going to have to get it together if they want to be around for the weekend, but it's not looking too good at this point.

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