After a strong showing on Thursday in the first round of the 2012 U.S. Open at The Olympic Club by shooting a 69, Tiger Woods struggled a bit during round two but still managed to finish the day atop the leaderboard at one-under par, shooting a 70 on the day.
Woods started out the front nine by making a birdie on the third hole but then successively bogeyed the fifth, sixth and seventh holes. But he cleaned things up on the back nine making birdies on two holes and making par on the other seven.
Over the first two days of the tournament, Woods has connected on 25 of 36 greens in regulation and has hit 21 of 28 fairways.
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