Your Five-a-Day: Friday and Saturday at the US Open
By Stephanie Wei under US Open

Alright, we missed a few days. Please forgive us. To make up for it, you get a double dose (and hopefully triple later this evening) of the promised “Five-a-Day.” Thanks to a good friend of WUP and very talented photographer, Allan Henry of Golf Chronicles is helping to bring you a daily dose of the most striking shots from the US Open. First, here’s five from Friday:

Rory McIlroy hits from the trampled rough on 18, pulling it into the water and ultimately making double-bogey

Robert Garrigus is currently your Low-Am at T3 through 54 holes.. Of course, I mean, "Low American."

Oh, Phil. That 77 on Saturday was bound to happen. Considering he was hitting it everywhere, it was bound to catch up to him.
Dustin Johnson: Not a factor this week



Martin Kaymer: The World's No. 3 has been pretty quiet at Congressional

Illuminated Scoreboard

G-Mac: Played better on Saturday to get back to even par through 54 holes

Rory on No. 10: The spirited crowd became almost eerily quiet before McIlroy teed off

Sergio Garcia apparently doesn't need to warm up before the third round of the US Open...

(Photos by Allan Henry/Golf Chronicles)