Gary Woodland was the surprise name at the top of the leaderboard for the second round of the 2019 US Open. Woodland shot a -6 under par, a scorecard that saw zero bogeys and tied the lowest 36-hole score at a US Open held at Pebble Beach at -9 overall, 133 strokes (with Gil Morgan doing the same in 1992). Justin Rose shot a -1, 70 on the day and finished 2 strokes off Woodland. Louis Oosthuizen turned in the same score as Rose in the round, overall -6 for 3rd on the board. Rory McIIroy's 69 landed him tied for 4th overall. Defending champ Koepka's 69 put him tied for 6th and Tiger Woods +1 made him even par through 2 days.