On the second day of U.S. Open action at Olympic, Hunter Mahan had quite the headache at the No. 6 hole when he triple bogeyed the par-4, which was one of the same holes he bogeyed on Day 1.
Mahan responded with a birdie on No. 7, but then bogeyed once again on eight. Other local golfers can't say they are doing quite as well.
Chez Reavie and Rickie Fowler are struggling, to put it mildly. Fowler is +4 on the day and +6 on the tournament, which makes him tied for 76th. Scroll further down the leaderboad to find Reavie, who while at 1-under par for the day, dug himself into a big enough hole to be +9 for the tournament and on the verge of missing the cut.
Defending U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy, 2012 Masters champion Bubba Watson and Phil Mickelson all have high scores at this point in the tournament.
Tiger Woods, the odds-on favorite to win this weekend, is tied for third place at 1-under par.
You can check out the full leaderboard at the U.S. Open right here.