Jim Furyk has been steady all day long and still leads the 2012 U.S. Open at even par, but he's finally been joined by someone else. Nicolas Colsaerts, who has been conservative all day, has finally broken his string of pars with a birdie to jump up to the even par line through 11 holes.
Graeme McDowell is the only player at one-over while a host of players sit at two and three-over par. Lee Westwood, the No. 3 ranked player in the world, is the leader in the clubhouse at two-over. His 67 was the low score of the day thus far, and it might not be matched.
Ernie Els recently jumped to two-over with an impressive eagle on the 17th hole, while Fredrik Jacobson and Jason Dufner have ridden consistent days to two-over. Tiger Woods has had an up and down day, but he's also at two-over and won't be too mad about only being two shots off the lead. Webb Simpson, Kevin Chappell, John Senden, and incredible amateur Beau Hossler all sit at three-over par.
You can find a complete 2012 U.S. Open scoreboard at USOpen.com.