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Golf: U.S. Open scores

U.S. Open        

Thursday

At Pebble Beach Golf Links

Pebble Beach Calif.

Purse: $12.5 million

Yardage: 7,075; Par 71 (35-36)

First Round

Justin Rose 32-33—65

Rickie Fowler 33-33—66

Xander Schauffele 35-31—66

Louis Oosthuizen 32-34—66

Aaron Wise 33-33—66

Scott Piercy 32-35—67

Nate Lashley 32-35—67

Sepp Straka 32-36—68

Emiliano Grillo 35-33—68

Rory McIlroy 33-35—68

Gary Woodland 32-36—68

Chez Reavie 34-34—68

Chesson Hadley 35-33—68

Henrik Stenson 32-36—68

Francesco Molinari 33-35—68

Adri Arnaus 34-35—69

Martin Kaymer 35-34—69

Jon Rahm 36-33—69

Marc Leishman 33-36—69

Bryson DeChambeau 35-34—69

Graeme McDowell 33-36—69

Hideki Matsuyama 34-35—69

Sergio Garcia 35-34—69

a-Viktor Hovland 33-36—69

Brooks Koepka 32-37—69

Matt Kuchar 33-36—69

Matt Fitzpatrick 33-36—69

Carlos Ortiz 35-35—70

a-Jovan Rebula 34-36—70

Jason Dufner 34-36—70

Zach Johnson 36-34—70

Jason Day 34-36—70

Tyrrell Hatton 33-37—70

Matt Wallace 33-37—70

Rafa Cabrera Bello 35-35—70

Paul Casey 35-35—70

Adam Scott 34-36—70

Byeong Hun An 33-37—70

Tiger Woods 34-36—70

Luis Gagne 36-35—71

Erik Van Rooyen 33-38—71

Bernd Wiesberger 35-36—71

Thorbjorn Olesen 33-38—71

Tom Hoge 34-37—71

Haotong Li 36-35—71

Kyle Stanley 36-35—71

Danny Willett 34-37—71

Dustin Johnson 36-35—71

Cameron Smith 34-37—71

Tommy Fleetwood 38-33—71

a-Brandon Wu 35-36—71

Patrick Reed 35-36—71

Harris English 33-38—71

Brian Stuard 35-36—71

Collin Morikawa 34-37—71

Chip McDaniel 36-35—71

a-Michael Thorbjornsen 34-37—71

Sam Saunders 35-37—72

Scottie Scheffler 35-37—72

Brendon Todd 36-36—72

Luke Donald 34-38—72

J.B. Holmes 35-37—72

Phil Mickelson 36-36—72

Jhonattan Vegas 33-39—72

Justin Walters 37-35—72

Richard Lee 35-37—72

Andy Pope 37-35—72

Rory Sabbatini 36-36—72

Charlie Danielson 35-37—72

a-Austin Eckroat 37-35—72

Charles Howell III 35-37—72

David Toms 34-38—72

Kevin Na 38-34—72

Jordan Spieth 37-35—72

Aaron Baddeley 35-37—72

a-Chandler Eaton 35-37—72

Marcus Fraser 36-37—73

Billy Hurley III 37-36—73

Billy Horschel 35-38—73

Justin Thomas 35-38—73

Kevin Kisner 35-38—73

Rob Oppenheim 38-35—73

Nick Hardy 34-39—73

Ryan Sullivan 35-38—73

Lee Slattery 36-37—73

Joseph Bramlett 38-35—73

Keegan Bradley 35-38—73

Patrick Cantlay 36-37—73

Lucas Glover 37-36—73

Jim Furyk 36-37—73

Ian Poulter 34-39—73

Justin Harding 35-38—73

Andrew Putnam 36-37—73

Daniel Berger 37-36—73

Mikumu Horikawa 34-39—73

Matthieu Pavon 38-35—73

Callum Tarren 35-38—73

a-Kevin Yu 35-39—74

Ryan Fox 36-38—74

a-Matt Parziale 37-37—74

Nick Taylor 38-36—74

Mike Weir 36-38—74

Abraham Ancer 37-37—74

Andreas Halvorsen 36-38—74

Matthew Naumec 36-38—74

Marcus Kinhult 36-38—74

Cody Gribble 35-39—74

a-Stewart Hagestad 34-40—74

Luke List 34-40—74

Branden Grace 34-40—74

Webb Simpson 36-38—74

Tony Finau 37-37—74

Matt Jones 38-36—74

Anirban Lahiri 34-40—74

a-Spencer Tibbits 35-39—74

Brian Davis 37-38—75

Bubba Watson 38-37—75

Ernie Els 36-39—75

Shane Lowry 38-37—75

Sam Horsfield 38-37—75

Renato Paratore 37-38—75

a-Cameron Young 39-36—75

Joel Dahmen 35-40—75

Luke Guthrie 38-37—75

Alex Noren 39-36—75

Brandt Snedeker 39-36—75

Kiradech Aphibarnrat 34-41—75

Shugo Imahira 37-38—75

Jimmy Walker 36-39—75

Ollie Schniederjans 37-38—75

Alex Prugh 37-38—75

Julian Etulain 38-38—76

Dean Burmester 38-38—76

K.H. Lee 38-38—76

Clement Sordet 37-39—76

a-Kevin O’Connell 40-36—76

Si Woo Kim 37-39—76

Thomas Pieters 36-40—76

Keith Mitchell 40-36—76

a-Daniel Hillier 37-39—76

Chan Kim 41-36—77

Guillermo Pereira 40-37—77

Brett Drewitt 35-42—77

Hayden Shieh 40-37—77

Connor Arendell 40-37—77

Rhys Enoch 38-40—78

Roberto Castro 35-43—78

Merrick Bremner 42-37—79

Patton Kizzire 38-42—80

C.T. Pan 41-39—80

a-Noah Norton 38-42—80

Lucas Bjerregaard 35-45—80

Kodai Ichihara 37-43—80

a-Devon Bling 44-38—82

Zac Blair 38-45—83

Eric Dietrich 40-43—83

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