U.S. Open: UW's Pan, Cal's Kim in top 10
The second round of the 113th U.S. Open is not quite in the books, so while the cut has not been made one thing is for sure: Washington's Cheng-Tsung Pan and Cal's Michael Kim are in serious contention for the major championship -- both are in the top 10 with Pan one stroke off the lead and Kim two shots back. The top 60 plus ties will move on to the third and fourth rounds at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa.
— Washington Huskies (@UWAthletics) June 14, 2013
Michael Kim from the Univ. of Cal holes out from the bunker on the par-5 second hole. Amateurs Kim and Pan now in the top 10. #USOpen
— Golf World (@GolfWorldUS) June 15, 2013
Like Pan, Kim did not finish his second round on Friday. And, like Pan, he is well above the projected cut line (currently +8 here and +7 here) at +1 with seven more holes to play before more weekend golf for him becomes official. Just two shots off the lead, Mr. Kim currently sits in a tie for eighth.
— Cal Men's Golf (@CalMensGolf) June 14, 2013