Despite leading the US Open after round one, Canadian golfer Adam Hadwin fell off the lead after second-round action Thursday.

Hadwin shot a 72 for the day, ending up the day at -2 overall, leaving him in a three-way tie for 13th. With the cut line at +3, he and Mackenzie Hughes are the two Canadians to make it to weekend play.

Leading the tournament with a one-shot lead are Collin Morikawa and Joel Dahmen, tied at -5.

Here’s where the other Canadians finished after round two:

Mackenzie Hughes +1 (72, 69) Tied for 31st

Corey Conners +4 (71, 73) Cut

Ben Silverman +5 (72,73) Cut

Nick Taylor +5 (73, 72) Cut

Roger Sloan +6 (76,70) Cut