Ryan Moore began his second round of the U.S. Open at 6-over, on the wrong side of the projected cut line. He didn't waste any time making up ground and positioning himself for the weekend. Sinking a birdie putt at No. 3 helped, but Moore bypassed the flatstick on No. 5, chipping in from the fairway for an eagle.
One hop and in is certainly one way to avoid issue on the crowned Pinehurst greens. No. 5 yielded five eagles during the first round, but Moore's chip in for eagle was the first of the day at the hole on Friday. He's now 3-under through five.