The first two rounds of the 2012 U.S. Open are nearly complete and we've seen some great golf thus far despite a very difficult course to play. There have been quite a few stories to watch for, but none are bigger than the reemergence of Tiger Woods.
The world's former No. 1 player is currently tied with David Toms and Jim Furyk atop the leaderboard at -1 overall. Woods shot an even par (70) on Friday, which is pretty solid given the crooked numbers a lot of golfers have been putting up at Olympic.
Phil Mickelson is at +7 through two rounds projected to make the expected cut of +8. Rory McIlroy shot three-over on Friday to drop to +10 for the tournament.
Looking for someone to root for this weekend? How about 17-year-old Beau Hossler, who led the field for a bit on Friday afternoon. A soon-to-be senior in high school, Hossler remains in contention at +3 thus far.
The full leaderboard for the tournament can be found here.