Amateur Beau Hossler bogeyed his 12th hole in his second round at the 2012 U.S. Open, dropping a shot and falling back to 1-under for the tournament and locked in a two-way tie for the lead with Jim Furyk.
After making a solid bunker shot to within 15 feet of the hole, Hossler's par save slipped past the hole before sinking a six-foot bogey putt. Hossler would follow with a par on the third hole, his thirteenth of the day.
Meanwhile, Tiger Woods sank a putt of over 30 feet for birdie on the 10th hole to climb back to within one shot of the lead and to get back to even par for the tournament. Woods put himself in that position after a monster drive down the middle of the fairway followed by a 76-yard pitch that landed short of the green and sped across the putting surface.
Woods made par putt on No. 11 to remain at even par.