Mickelson, Horschel share U.S. Open lead; Barrington's Smith near cut
Mickelson rolled in an 18-foot birdie putt at the 18th hole to grab a share of the lead with Horschel, who shot a 67 on the day. The pair are tied with 139 after two rounds. Play was eventually suspended due to approaching darkness.
Smith had started the day by completing his rain-suspended first round at 2-over, and having birdied his second hole of the second round, the par-3 12th, Smith’s chances of making the cut were not far-fetched.
The projected cut to reduce the field to the top 60 and ties was estimated to come at seven over par after a round that saw players average nearly five over par.
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