Tiger Woods still hasn’t found his best game yet, but he is hanging around.The 15-time major champion shot a 1-over 72 to move to even par at the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach after the second round. U.S. Open 2019: Tiger Woods enters Friday’s Round 2 trying to ‘hang in there’ U.S. Open 2019: Justin Rose, Jordan Spieth heat up as Tiger Woods tries to ‘hang in there’ Scoring was difficult and Woods felt that throughout a difficult day.Though he did hit some good shots as his approach on his second hole of the day came back nicely to set up his lone birdie. Woods made just one birdie on his day to go with two bogeys while he sprinkled in 15 pars around a course which was much harder to start the day on Day 2 than it was on Thursday.Only one player has finished the day better than 3 under as veteran Jim Furyk shot a 4-under 67 to move to 2 under on the tournament. Related News Put it in reverse, @TigerWoods.First 🐦 of the day. pic.twitter.com/jGaJNdo1r1— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 14, 2019While Woods did not have his best round he is by no means out of the tournament.At the closing of his round he was seven shots back of Justin Rose, who sits on his own in first place at 7 under for the tournament.If Woods can put together two good rounds on the weekend he could very well get into contention.