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By the numbers: Key stats from Day 2 at Oakmont

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Dustin Johnson has a share of the lead through two days at the U.S. Open. Here are the key stats from Day 2 at Oakmont provided by the Golf Channel research department.

• First round took 32 hours, 50 minutes to complete

• Nine players did not hit a single shot on Friday

• 19 of last 20 U.S. Open champions were T-6 or better through 36 holes

• Last 14 major winners all within four shots of lead after 36 holes

Dustin Johnson

• Second player with consecutive rounds in 60s to begin U.S. Open at Oakmont (Hale Irwin in 1994)

• Hit 31/36 GIR through two rounds (leads field in percentage)

• Combined 40 under in rounds 1 and 2 of last nine majors

• Best of any player during that span by 15 strokes

• Went first 27 holes of tournament without bogey

• Fourth-longest such streak in U.S. Open in last 30 years

• Only player to finish in top 5 each of previous two U.S. Opens

Andrew Landry

• 4-under 66; made 10’6” birdie putt to finish round

• Putt to finish round was only stroke made Friday

• Lowest first round score in a U.S. Open at Oakmont

• Lowest career round in PGA Tour career (13th start)

• Scheduled to begin second round at 7:11 a.m. ET

Sergio Garcia

• 68-70; third time in U.S. Open career to begin tournament with consecutive rounds of par or better

• Making 71st career major championship start (zero wins)

Jason Day

• 5 over par; currently 1 under in second round (not yet completed)

• Has never missed the cut in a U.S. Open (sixth start)

Phil Mickelson

• 7 over par; 26th U.S. Open start (has only missed cut twice)

• Has never MC at Masters and U.S. Open in same season

• Has MC in consecutive majors once (2007, U.S. and Open Championship)