The U.S. Open: Landry and Johnson share lead

06/17/2016
U.S. Open - Round OneRoss Kinnaird | Getty Images

OAKMONT, PA – In one of the odder scenarios you’re likely to see on a major championship leader board, Dustin Johnson and Andrew Landry share the lead after Friday’s play at the U.S. Open. ‘

Both golfers sit at four-under par; the unconventional bit is that Landry has completed just 18 holes, while Johnson is in the clubhouse after 36. Landry played all but one shot of his opening round 66 on Thursday, while Johnson played two complete rounds on Friday.

Thanks to storms that delayed play on Thursday, Landry won’t start his second round until Saturday morning.

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