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Jordan Spieth Finishes Round 1 at Oakmont with Two-Over 72 

Jordan Spieth Gets Snappy at Soggy Oakmont
Jordan Spieth played to Fox Sports' mics on Thursday, becoming very vocal about the conditions on Day 1 at Oakmont.

OAKMONT, Pa. (AP) -- Defending champion Jordan Spieth is in the clubhouse after finishing off an opening round 2-over 72 in the U.S. Open.

Spieth completed his marathon round more than 24 hours after it started, getting up-and-down on his final hole for a par that left him six shots off the pace set by leader Andrew Landry.

Spieth, who won last year at Chambers Bay in Washington state, tossed a club in frustration at one point Thursday when an approach shot spun back into a bunker. He was in better spirits Friday morning, though he finished a stroke behind playing partners Zach Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau.

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Jordan Spieth completed his first round at Oakmont Friday morning.

Dustin Johnson, who lost to Spieth last year when he three-putted the final hole, didn't begin play in the rain-delayed tournament until Friday morning. He was even par through three holes.

Phil Mickelson also finally got his Open underway and promptly bogeyed his first hole. Mickelson, a six-time Open runner-up, would complete a career Grand Slam with an Open title.

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