Fitzpatrick edges closer to Daffue!

The pin on the 15th hole may be a tight one to attack, but it was no bother for Matt Fitzpatrick.

The Englishman stuck his wedge shot roughly four feet from the pin and rolled in his second birdie of the day in Boston.

He is now 3-under for the week and just three shots behind the leader Daffue on 6-under...

Triple trouble for Simpson!

Well, Webb Simpson couldn't wait to get to the 15th tee box after making an ABSOLUTE HASH of the par-5 14th hole!

The 2012 US Open champion had chipping trouble around the green and this led to a TRIPLE-BOGEY eight.

The 36-year-old has fallen back to 2-over for the tournament... 

Bad news for Bryson!

Bryson DeChambeau carded a 1-over 71 in the first round in Brookline, and he is going th wrong way in the second round with a DOUBLE-BOGEY!

DeChambeau met trouble on the par-4 4th hole and he has slumped to a disappointing six, falling to 3-over for the championship.

This could be the cutline come the end of the second round in Boston. Will the former US Open champion make the weekend? 

MJ Daffue is on FIRE!

MJ Daffue CHIPS IN for birdie to move three shots clear on 6-under par.

The man from Pretoria has played his first eight holes in 3-under par to open up a bit of a lead in the early stages of round two.



Daffue was ranked outside the top 800 at the start of the year, but since earning his PGA Tour card via the Korn Ferry Tour, he is now up inside the top 300. 

Adam Hadwin, the round-one leader, has made an early bogey to fall back to 3-under par.

Viktor Hovland makes his move

Viktor Hovland might be linked with a move away from the PGA Tour to the Saudi-funded LIV Golf circuit, but the Norwegian star is off to the races on day two at the US Open. 

Hovland started his round on the 10th and has just made back-to-back birdies on the 12th and 13th to move to 2-under par for the championship. 

Rumours have circled this week that Hovland could be about to join LIV Golf - READ MORE HERE

MJ Daffue hits the front!

South Africa's little-known MJ Daffue has raced into the lead in the early stages of day two.

Daffue, 33, does not even have a Wikipedia page, which gives you some idea as to what he has achieved in the game so far. 

However, the World No.296 is 2-under thru 5 holes on day two and up to 5-under par for the championship. 

Daffue leads Hadwin by one. 

Hadwin is just teeing off his second round now. 

JT off to a SHOCKER!

Justin Thomas is off to a shocking start on day two of the US Open by playing his first two holes in 3-over par.

JT, who won the US PGA Championship last month, found trouble with his approach shot on the par-4 10th (his first hole of the day) and he then made a bogey-four at the par-3 11th. 

Thomas started the day at 1-under par and he is now back in the pack at 2-over par. 

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We're off and running on day two of the US Open!

Welcome to GolfMagic's Round 2 updates of the US Open LIVE from Brookline.

Some of the biggest names in golf are about to get their second rounds underway including Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka and Phil Mickelson. 

Day one leader Adam Hadwin is off at 1.24pm (UK time), while Rory McIlroy will be out a little later at 6.25pm. 

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