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Tiger Woods captured most of the headlines after Thursday’s first round at the U.S. Open for his not really good performance at Chambers Bay.
Dustin Johnson and Henrik Stenson captured the top of the leaderboard going into Friday’s action. They took different routes to the top, with Johnson relying on his length off the tee and Stenson making the most of his precision with his irons and putter.
Woods, whose decline has become the biggest riddle in golf, carded an 80, his worst score in the United States Open and his third round over 79 in 2015. Fowler carded an 81 and Oosthuizen a 77 as the three finished a combined 28 over.
(No. 10) 4:33 p.m./ (No. 1) 10:33 a.m.: Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson, Angel Cabrera
(No. 1) 5:28 p.m/(No. 10) 11:28 a.m.: Rory McIlroy, Martin Kaymer, Gunn Yang
(No. 10) 11:17 a.m./(No. 1) 5:17 p.m.: Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, Justin Rose
(No. 10) 11:28 a.m./(No. 1) 5:28 p.m.: Tiger Woods, Rickie Fowler, Louis Oosthuizen
Having a good start is crucial in any major, but it’s what they do with it on Friday and beyond that will decide who reigns supreme at Chambers Bay. With that said, let’s take a look forward to Day 2.