US Open R1
All the first round scores in the US Open Championship, Bethpage State Park (Black Course), Farmingdale, New York, United States of America.
(USA unless stated, par 70):
64 Mike Weir (Can)
66 Peter Hanson (Swe)
67 Ricky Barnes, Todd Hamilton, David Duval
68 Rocco Mediate
69 Phil Mickelson, Sean O’Hair, Adam Scott (Aus), Graeme McDowell (NIrl), Lucas Glover, David Toms, Drew Weaver
70 Ross Fisher (Eng), Kyle Stanley, David Smail (Nzl), Soren Hansen (Den), Oliver Wilson (Eng), Sergio Garcia (Spa), Jeff Brehaut, Fred Funk, Johan Edfors (Swe), Ian Poulter (Eng), Ryan Moore, Cameron Tringale
71 Francesco Molinari (Ita), Michael Sim (Aus), Matt Kuchar, Tom Lehman, Trevor Murphy, Kevin Sutherland, John Mallinger, Andrew McLardy (Rsa), Kenny Perry, Anthony Kim, Justin Leonard, Camilo Villegas (Col), Brandt Snedeker
72 Rory Sabbatini (Rsa), Ben Curtis, Bubba Watson, Dustin Johnson, Ben Martin, Hunter Mahan, Rory McIlroy (NIrl), Azuma Yano (Jpn), Vijay Singh (Fij), Jim Furyk, Ryan Blaum, K J Choi (Kor), Thomas Levet (Fra), Lee Westwood (Eng)
73 Nick Watney, Brian Gay, Billy Mayfair, Geoff Ogilvy (Aus), Justin Rose (Eng), Bo Van Pelt, Briny Baird, Henrik Stenson (Swe), Steve Stricker, Peter Tomasulo, Shawn Stefani, Tyson Alexander, Michael Welch (Eng), Retief Goosen (Rsa), John Merrick, Casey Wittenberg, Stewart Cink, Nick Taylor, Raphael Jacquelin (Fra), Alvaro Quiros (Spa), Ryan Spears, J J Henry, J.B. Holmes, Andres Romero (Arg), Jean-Francois Lucquin (Fra), Tim Clark (Rsa), Steve Allan (Aus)
74 Chris Kirk, Cameron Yancey, Tiger Woods, Gary Woodland, J.P. Hayes, Bronson Burgoon, Martin Laird (Sco), Craig Bowden, Stephen Ames (Can), Rodney Pampling (Aus), Angel Cabrera (Arg), Darren Clarke (NIrl), George McNeill, Sang-moon Bae (Kor), Andrew Parr (Can), Doug Batty (Nzl), Luke Donald (Eng), James Kamte (Rsa)
75 Zach Johnson, Darron Stiles, Matt Bettencourt, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (Spa), Simon Khan (Eng), Charlie Wi (Kor), Robert Allenby (Aus), Ryuji Imada (Jpn), Paul Casey (Eng), Cortland Lowe, Carl Pettersson (Swe)
76 Colby Beckstrom, Chris Stroud, Clark Klaasen, Martin Kaymer (Ger), Heath Slocum, Ben Crane, Vaughn Snyder, Cameron Beckman, Ken Duke, Matt Nagy, Eduardo Romero (Arg), Stuart Appleby (Aus), Padraig Harrington (Irl), D.J. Trahan
77 Kaname Yokoo (Jpn), Richard Bland (Eng), Charl Schwartzel (Rsa), Michael Campbell (Nzl), Jose Manuel Lara (Spa), Miguel Angel Jimenez (Spa), Nathan Tyler, Scott Gutschewski, Angelo Que (Phi)
78 Jeev Milkha Singh (Ind), Mike Miles, Josh McCumber, David Erdy, James Nitties (Aus), Simon Dyson (Eng), Charlie Beljan, Matthew Jones (Aus), Ernie Els (Rsa), Clinton Jensen, Kevin Silva, Rickie Fowler
79 Eric Axley, Boo Weekley, Greg Kraft, Shintaro Kai (Jpn)
80 Drew Kittleson, Chad Campbell, Andrew Svoboda, Steve Conway, Sean Farren
81 David Horsey (Eng), Kyle Peterman, Scott Lewis
83 Josh Brock
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