2012 U.S. Open Golf Leaderboard: Cleveland Native Jason Dufner 1-Over On Day 2

Cleveland native Jason Dufner currently sits at 1-over par through ten holes on the second day of the 2012 U.S. Open taking place at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, California on Friday afternoon. Dufner came into the day 2-over par and is now tied for 29th with a 3-over par overall score. Despite recording a bogey and double bogey on two of the first four holes he played, Dufner bounced back with birdies on the seventh and ninth holes

In addition, Ohio resident Jason Day is 2-over on the day and is tied for 87th with an overall score of 7-over par, while Youngstown native Dennis Miller sits at 12-over par on the day with one hole left to play in his tournament. He currently sits at 155th place at 22-over and will not make the cut for the weekend.

Michael Thompson sits atop the leaderboard after shooting a 4-under par on Day 1 and has yet to begin his second round. Graeme McDowell sits in second at 2-under par, while Jim Furyk, Tiger Woods and David Toms are tied for third at 1-under.

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