The 2009 US Open golf leaderboard is now a big story, now that the 2009 US Open golf leaderboard is no longer overshadowed by rain for the moment. The 2009 US Open golf leaderboard is now starting to show who can possibly win the 2009 US Open golf tournament. The leaderboard doesn’t have the big names on top, which shouldn’t be completely surprising. The Tigers and Phils are playing catch up, while newcomers and lesser names head up the 2009 US Open golf leaderboard thus far.
Just after 9 am this morning, the 2009 US Open golf leaderboard was being led by someone named Lucas Glover. Glover wasn’t among the leaders after Friday’s action, but he came on in a flash this morning as he finished a second round of 64. After his two rounds, Glover is a leader at the 2009 US Open at -7, making his first ever US Open cut.
Going into the morning, former Masters champion Mike Weir led the 2009 US Open golf leaderboard. Weir, Glover and Ricky Barnes are leading the pack by several shots as the second round nears an end at last.
Those trying to move up the 2009 US Open golf leaderboard are David Duval, who hasn’t contended in a major in ages, Sean O’Hair, one of golf’s hottest new stars, and big names like Sergio Garcia and Phil Mickelson.
As for Tiger Woods, the 2009 US Open golf leaderboard not only doesn’t have him at the top, it might keep him from making the cut altogether if he doesn’t do something. Woods teed off his second round after 10 am at +4, which would keep him out of the next round unless he gets better, or the leaders drop off.
The 2009 US Open golf leaderboard is looking most unusual, both because of the unexpected names on top, and because they’re actually shooting well below par. The US Open is famous for having even the winner struggle to make par, but that is not the case at Bethpage so far.
It might be another story if the rain comes back, which many fear that it will later in the day. Therefore, the rush is on to complete as much golf as possible before it does.
The third round Saturday at a golf tournament is moving day for those on the leaderboard. At the 2009 US Open, Saturday is likely to be a prelude for 36 hours of golf on Sunday, or an extended stay through Monday or Tuesday.
Yahoo Sports- “2009 U.S. Open – PGA Tour – Golf Leaderboard” sports.yahoo.com/golf/pga/leaderboard;_ylt=AmxOmkkYPabJ2VinyaPWIs45nYcB
In Entertainment- “US Open Golf 2009 Leaderboard: Ups and downs” www.inentertainment.co.uk/20090620/us-open-golf-2009-leaderboard-ups-and-downs/