LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Beau Hossler is dominating a narrow US Open 2012 Leaderboard today, at age 17. Beau Hossler shocked news today by outplaying Tiger Woods. In fact, a quick perusal of the leaderboard today reveals that Hossler is one of only two golfers on the course who have had exceptional first and second rounds.
Beau Hossler is currently one under for the day. That’s good enough to currently put him tied in first play with Jim Furyk. With Furyk is done for today’s second round, while Hossler is still on the thirteen hole.
Beau Hossler dominated news today but advancing ahead of Tiger Woods. Woods delighted news analysts with his sixty-nine round yesterday. But while Furyk and Hossler scored impressive seventy rounds Thursday, both came back to deliver one under second rounds. Tiger, currently on the eleventh, is one over par.
The field behind Woods is narrow. While Woods remains currently ranked third today, he started Friday’s action ranked second overall. But the field behind Woods surprised news Thursday and is equally perplexing today.
With action still underway, Woods has six golfers tied right behind him at one over. In fact, the field has collectively struggled Friday. Only Beau Hossler and Jim Furyk shot better than par.
Hossler’s assent Friday is surprising, even for the 17 year old. Originally from Mission Viejo, Hossler is currently ranked 298 on the PGA tour and hasn’t earned a single penny this year.
That’s compared to Furyk who has impressed news this year with season earnings of $1.6 million, ranking him twenty-fourth overall. Woods, in contrast, at age 36 has delivered $3 million in earnings this year, ranking him seventh on the tour based upon winnings. For the latest update, click HERE.