Mike Weir is staying, while Dean Wilson is going home.

Weir, who lives in Draper, made the cut Friday at the U.S. Open, while Wilson, his former college teammate at BYU, did not.

Weir, the former Masters champion, shot a 74, which combined with his opening-day 73 put him in a tie for 42nd place at 147, eight shots off the lead. He didn't play great and didn't even have a single birdie on the day, making 15 pars with bogeys at 5, 11 and 13. However, it was good enough to make the cut for the eighth time in 10 tries at the U.S. Open.

Wilson, who had made the cut at two of his four previous U.S. Opens, needed to improve on his 76 in the opening round, but made bogeys on five of his first seven holes and never had a chance. In fact, he never made a birdie in two rounds and added three bogeys on his second nine to finish with a 79 and a 155 total.