Justin Rose moves up leaderboard at US Open

Basingstoke Gazette: Rose moves up leaderboard at US Open Rose moves up leaderboard at US Open

JUSTIN Rose moved up the leaderboard at the US Open with a one-under-par second round of 69 at Pinehurst.

The north Hampshire golfer, who is attempting to defend the title he won last year, needed a good round to ensure he survived the cut after shooting 72 (+2) on the first day.

He got of to a good start, making birdies at holes three and four, but a bogey at eight had him one-under-par at the turn.

A birdie at 14 had Rose back at level par for the tournament, but a bogey five at the final hole meant he had to settle for a round of 69, a score that puts him on -1 and just outside the top 20.

However, the former Robert May's School pupil's chances of retaining the title appear slim. German Martin Kaymer goes into the weekend with a six-shot lead over the field at -10, with Rose 11 shots off the pace.


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