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Someone shot an 88 on Saturday at the 2014 US Open

By Kyle Porter | Golf Writer

A rough day for Toru Taniguchi. (Getty Images)
A rough day for Toru Taniguchi. (Getty Images)

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Toru Taniguchi qualified for the 2014 US Open via a sectional qualifier in Japan. He did so by two shots.

He might wish he hadn't at this point.

Teeing off early on Saturday Taniguchi went out and shot an 88 -- the worst round of the tournament so far by five shots.

Here's a look at his card which included seven bogeys, four double bogeys, and a triple bogey.

Taniguchi is now 23 over and 33 strokes back of leader Martin Kaymer. Also, his 88 is the worst round ever at a US Open at Pinehurst by three shots. Yikes.

I know the feeling, Toru, we all do.

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