Merion proving tough at U.S. Open

Merion proving tough at U.S. Open

The course at Merion Golf Club is proving tough to navigate at the 113th U.S. Open.

While many predicted low scores because of Merion's relatively short course, the results have, in fact, been the opposite.

Only two players, Phils Mickelson and Billy Horschel, were under par after the first two days.

WFMZ's Troy Hein recaps Friday's action from Merion.

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