Photos from the first round of the Memorial golf tournament on the PGA Tour

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Phil Mickelson got a massage from Jim Weathers, a former Green Beret who has PGA Tour credentials as a trainer. Mickelson withdrew from the Memorial after hurting his wrist.
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Tim Herron had two bogeys in his first-round 66. "I worked hard, put my old driver back in the bag and just putted really well," Herron said. "I played somewhat conservative, I didn't get too aggressive and played good, made the putts."
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Aaron Baddeley eagled the par-5 15th hole. He finished at six under par. "I drove the ball beautiful today," Baddeley said. "I mean, my misses of fairways didn't even total six inches. I was like right off the edge of the fairway. This golf course demands driving the ball in the fairway so you can get it close, and that's what I did today."
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Adam Scott made bogeys on three of his final five holes for a two-under 70.
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Sergio Garcia made five birdies and two bogeys for a three-under 69.
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Jesper Parnevik cut a hole in his shoe due to an injured toe. Parnevik suffered the injury when he jammed his foot on a case of beer. "It was one of those stupid things," Parnevik said. "I was on my boat in the Bahamas and we were docking and I was running inside the boat to do something and I ran a little bit too fast and didn't see a case of beer in the middle of the room and jammed my toe into it."
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Nick O'Hern had five birdies on the back nine to finished tied for the lead with O'Hair and Pampling.
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Rod Pampling had nine birdies and two bogeys to leave him tied for the lead.
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Sean O'Hair recorded eight birdies in his first-round 65. "I'm picking out good targets and I'm hitting it there," O'Hair said. "Just got to be patient, and it was nice that the putts were falling for me today."
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Ernie Els birdied five straight holes--the 11th to the 15th--on the way to a first-round 66. "I saw guys getting off to good starts, so I knew it was out there, and I just made a couple on the back nine there," Els said.
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Tiger Woods, a three-time Memorial champ, had five birdies and three bogeys for a two-under 70.
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"I don't think it's anything serious but it just got worse. I couldn't grab the club and I couldn't swing," said Mickelson, who was 2 over through 11 holes before returning to the clubhouse. "I hit a wedge on 2 and it got really aggravated."
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Charles Howell III shot 69 in his first round. Leaderboard: Tiger five behind leaders • Phil's injury raises questions about Oakmont • Bubba Watson struggles with focus, not game Wie, with bandaged wrists, quits after 16 holes