First Round of the U.S. Open
Phil Mickelson finished even par, the best score in the day's glamour grouping with Tiger Woods and Adam Scott.
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Steve Stricker made four birdies on his opening nine, but he fizzled on the second nine, shooting a six-over 41.
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Ryuji Imada birdied the par-3 11th hole. Imada is also at three over par.
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Five bogeys and a birdie left San Diego native Pat Perez at four over par.
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Andres Romero followed up a double bogey on the par-4 second hole with a birdie. He is at even par.
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Jim Furyk shot a 3-over 74.
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Ian Poulter double bogeyed the par-4 fourth hole on his way to a seven-over 78.
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Henrik Stenson made seven bogeys and no birdies.
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Justin Rose, who won the European Order of Merit last year, shot a 79.
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Woody Austin is at one over par after finishing his round with two-straight birdies.
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Patrick Sheehan had back-to-back birdies on the second and third hole. He is at even par.
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Scott, playing with a break in his right hand, is at two over par.
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Anthony Kim started his round with back-to-back bogeys. He finished at three over par.
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Woods shot one-over 72 in a round that included two double bogeys. (More pictures of Woods, Mickelson and Scott.)
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Justin Hicks didn't have one par on the front nine, but seven birdies left him tied for the lead with Kevin Streelman at three under par.
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Streelman held the lead until a bogey on his final hole.
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Garcia was six over after seven holes before making 10 straight pars and a birdie on 18. He is five over.
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Stuart Appleby opened with a two-under 69.
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Lee Westwood birdied the par-5 18th hole. He is at one under par.
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Ernie Els rebounded from recent struggles to shoot a one-under 70.More Galleries from the U.S. Open
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