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U.S. Open 2015: Sergio Garcia Complains About Greens At Chambers Bay

Holly Sonders on Whether Putting Will Win 2015 U.S. Open
It can usually be said that whoever putts best wins the U.S. Open. After seeing Chambers Bay, Holly Sonders weighs in on whether she things that'll be the case in 2015.

UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash.—Sergio Garcia had 33 putts in his opening round at the U.S. Open. He's blaming the greens at Chambers Bay.

Garcia hit 14 greens but could not get his putter hot on Thursday. The Fox Sports commentators thought he had a flaw in his setup causing the missed putts, but Garcia was more concerned about the conditions of the greens.

For comparison, leaders Henrik Stenson and Dustin Johnson both hit 14 greens but finished with 27 and 28 putts, respectively.

LEADERBOARD: Live Scores From U.S. Open At Chambers Bay

Garcia finished his round with three birdies and three bogeys en route to a Thursday 70. He's tied for 34th.

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