2011 U.S. Open Outtakes\nExclusive outtakes from the Golf Digest and Golf World photographers\nBattling the elements is part of a golf fan's lot as heavy rains pelt Congressional.\nOn the 10th tee Rory McIlroy executes a superb shot.\nPaul Casey lets go as he follows his ball in the first round.\nBlade cutter, Martin Kaymer gets a workout on Congressional.\nHear him roar: Y.E. Yang is anything but implacable after this second round drive.\nRory McIlroy wasn't perfect in the fourth round, but he had no problem finding his way out of the sand.\nQuietly at work in the second round, Y.E. Yang putts to empty stands.\nAnthony Kim takes his second shot on no. 17 during the second round.\nA good look at the beginning of the Rory McIlroy swing sequence.\nHatless Robert Rock hits out of the sand on the sixteenth hole.\nDavis Love III played a solid game at Congressional.\nA silhouette of fans is captured in the fading light.\nFrederik Jacobson gets an ant's viewpoint on his lie.\nJustin Rose was one of fifteen players at five-over par who did not make the cut.\nJohn Senden's ball is the exclamation point on his club as he hits out of a bunker.\nSergio Garcia's bogey on no. 10 in the third round was a blip on an otherwise strong back nine where he posted a 33.\nThere was no weekend play for Jeff Overton who had a forgettable first round that included five bogeys and a double bogey.\nPortrait of a champion.