June 14, 2014
PINEHURST, N.C. -- On Friday, rising Tennessee junior Oliver Goss failed to make the cut at the 2014 U.S. Open.
The native of Perth, Australia, had a nightmare second round, shooting 83 (+13) at the Pinehurst No. 2 course.
Goss was visible disappointed following Friday's round. He entered the day tied for 36th place, leading all amateurs. Goss shot a 71 (+1) on Thursday.
The top 60 individuals plus ties advanced to the weekend rounds. Goss carded four bogeys and three double-bogeys during his round on Friday. Goss achieved low amateur status at the Masters earlier this year, and was previously on track Thursday to be the first golfer to achieve low amateur status in both the Masters and U.S. Open since Matt Kuchar (1988).