Gregory Bourdy Holed a Beautiful Shot for Eagle at the U.S. Open

By Michael Shamburger

Gregory Bourdy is off to a solid start in his second round at the U.S. Open. After opening with a bogey, Bourdy has made seven pars, four birdies, and an eagle and is now tied for the lead at four-under with Dustin Johnson.

Bourdy, who has four wins on the European Tour and is ranked 126th in the official world golf rankings, qualified for the U.S. Open and then played in the Lyoness Open in France last weekend where he finished tied for sixth.

UPDATE: In the time that this post was written and published, Bourdy made another birdie and is now in sole possession of the lead at five-under.

UPDATE 2: Bourdy doubled the 18th and dropped to two-under.


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