2010 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, Round 2

1 of 18 Fred Vuich/SI
surged into contention with 5-under 66 on Friday.
2 of 18 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
continued to struggle with his game, but he made the cut right on the number at 7 over.
3 of 18 Robert Beck/SI
finished at 3-over par after an even-par 71.
4 of 18 Donald Miralle/Getty Images
shot even par to make the cut after a poor start on Thursday.
5 of 18 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
triple bogeyed the par-5 14th, but he rebounded to shoot a 73.
6 of 18 John Biever/SI
made five bogeys on his second nine to finish with a 76.
7 of 18 John Biever/SI
bogeyed 16 and 17 to finish at even par.
8 of 18 Robert Beck/SI
"I just need to keep progressing and keep moving my way up the board," Woods said. "It's a long haul. The U.S. Open is not going to get easier as the week goes on. Especially on the weekend."
9 of 18 Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images
Woods holed a chip shot on No. 11 for birdie.
10 of 18 John Biever/SI
Woods made four bogeys and three birdies.
11 of 18 Robert Beck/SI
is seven shots off the lead after a 1-over 72 on Friday.
12 of 18 Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images
shot even par to remain at 1-under par.
13 of 18 Donald Miralle/Getty Images
won the AT&T in February, and he's in contention again at Pebble Beach.
14 of 18 Robert Beck/SI
made five birdies and two bogeys for a 68. Els is in good shape for a run at a third U.S. Open title.
15 of 18 John Biever/SI
"You know, I'd be lying if I hadn't thought about picking up the trophy on Sunday afternoon," McDowell said. "I think that's only natural. But I'm trying to be very realistic about it, as well. I'm really trying to put no expectations on myself this weekend because, A, I know there's a lot of great players out here, and B, this golf course is extremely difficult."
16 of 18 John Biever/SI
leads Mickelson, Ernie Els, Dustin Johnson and Ryo Ishikawa by two shots.
17 of 18 Fred Vuich/SI
"These greens, you can lose confidence on them quite quickly because the ball won't hold its line," Mickelson said. "The biggest thing for me was I had a lot of uphill putts."
18 of 18 Kohjiro Kinno/SI
also made the cut right on the number.