On Friday afternoon, the world's best golfers were back on the course for the third major tournament of the year.
Justin Rose was the dominant figure in the first round and looked to be running away with the U.S. Open until he unraveled slightly over the final nine holes.
Rose left the course with a one-shot lead, but Gary Woodland made sure to erase that with a six-under, 65 - giving him a two-shot lead heading into the weekend.
One of the last groups to take the course on Friday included Patrick Reed.
Reed struggled on the course, but managed to hover around even par for most of the day. Until the last hole that is.
On No. 18, Reed chunked several pitch shots and it was clear the poor play got to him.
Reed took the wedge he used to chunk those shots and snapped it over his leg.
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Reed went on to make double-bogey on the hole, but managed to make the cut, which sat at two-over par.
Heading into the weekend, Woodland sits with a commanding two-shot lead.
However, several of the world's best, including Rory McIroy and Brooks Koepka are just a few back.