Dustin Johnson took the 36-hole lead in the U.S. Open on Saturday without ever hitting a shot.

Johnson finished his second round the night before at 4-under 136 in the rain-delayed major. No one could catch him when the round was completed. It's the sixth time in the last five majors that Johnson has had at least a share of the lead after a round. But he still hasn't been on top when it was over.

Oakmont presents his next big chance.

Andrew Landry rallied from a rough stretch for a 1-over 71 and was one shot behind.

Gregory Bourdy of France was tied until a double bogey on the last hole for a 67 that left him two shots behind with Scott Piercy, Sergio Garcia and Shane Lowry.