As the latter half of Day 2 of the 2012 U.S. Open winds down, the leaderboard has been in flux. Amateur Beau Hossler fell off the lead while Tiger Woods began gaining some ground to tie Jim Furyk for the lead. Woods and Furyk have been joined at the top of the leaderboard, but David Toms has made it a crowd at the top by shooting 1-under through 13 holes on the second day.
Toms started the day even after shooting a 69 in the first round, but has tied for the lead with a total of 1-under so far. Toms found himself at 1-over after two bogeys on the front nine, but on the 11th hole found himself picking up an eagle and parring the 12th hole to bring himself to a three-way tie for the lead.