US Open 2013 Round 1

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Tiger Woods made two bogeys and a birdie Friday morning as he completed his opening round.
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Woods finished with a three-over 73.
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Rory McIlroy tied Woods at three over par.
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Adam Scott finished his opening round at two over par after three bogeys and a double bogey.
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Luke Donald bogeyed two of the last three holes to finish at two under.
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Phil Mickelson fired a three-under 67 Thursday to grab the lead at Merion.
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Mickelson flew in from California early Thursday morning after attending his daughter's eighth-grade graduation on Wednesday night.
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"I do this about six, 10 times a year, where I fly back east [on a] red-eye, play some outing and then come home," Mickelson said. "So it's not out of the ordinary."
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Tiger Woods got off to a rough start with a bogey on No. 1.
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Woods is two over par after 10 holes.
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Woods grimaced in pain and shook his left arm after several shots out of the rough.
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Woods made four bogeys and two birdies on Thursday.
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"I've got a lot of holes to play tomorrow," Woods said after he came off the course when play was called due to darkness. "And hopefully I can play a little better than I did today."
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Luke Donald leads at four under par, but he has five holes left to play in his opening round.
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Rory McIlroy made two birdies and two bogeys through 11 holes.
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Masters champion Adam Scott made four birdies and a bogey through 11 holes.
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Lee Westwood was tied for the lead until a double bogey on No. 12.
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Rickie Fowler made five birdies, three bogeys and a double bogey for a 70.
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Thunderstorms delayed play for more than three hours on Thursday morning. There was also a short delay in the afternoon.
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Bubba Watson goofed around during the morning delay.
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Ian Poulter opened with three straight birdies, but he struggled coming in.
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Poulter finished at even par. He later tweeted, "Got off to a great start today, made a few mistakes on some of the long holes. But playing lovely. This golf course needs respect."
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Watson made three birdies and four bogeys for a one-over 71.
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Keegan Bradley got off to a terrible start with a bogey on 15 and a triple bogey on 16. He finished with a 77.
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Justin Rose made five bogeys and four bogeys for a 71.
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Brandt Snedeker opened with a four-over 74.
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Padraig Harrington made a double bogey, three bogeys and two birdies for a 73.
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Sergio Garcia made a quadruple bogey on the 15th hole, but he rebounded to shoot a 73.
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Dustin Johnson made three birdies and four bogeys for a 71.
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Steve Stricker birdied two of his last three holes for a 71.
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Nicolas Colsaerts made four birdies and three bogeys for a one-under 69.