By Ali Stafford at Pebble Beach Last Updated: 14/06/19 10:55pm Justin Rose is refusing to get carried away about any possibility of a second major title, despite extending his advantage during the second round of the US Open. Second round as it happened Relive the Friday action from the 119th US Open at Pebble Beach. The 2013 champion followed his opening-round 65, the joint-lowest ever recorded in a Pebble Beach US Open, with a one-under 70 to get to seven under and two strokes clear of the rest of the field.Rose set the pace on Thursday with a three-birdie finish and remained the man to catch on Friday morning, mixing three birdies with two bogeys in cool and overcast conditions in California. “I’m happy although I felt like it was an opportunity to go a couple better,” Rose said. “I felt like I left two or three out there coming in, but parring eight and nine at least makes me feel like I’ve got something out of the day.”I have no expectations for the weekend really, I just like my position, the course and the way I’m trending. Get the best prices and book a round at one of 1,700… Read full this story
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