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articleScottie Scheffler was the only player to finish his round under par on Thursday. (USGA/Fred Vuich)Dream Start for Scheffler in His Major Debut
articleGregory Bourdy, of France, is even par through 16 holes and along with countryman Romain Wattel is feeling right at home at Oakmont.Frenchmen Fare Well on Abbreviated First Day
articlePGA Tour rookie Andrew Landry got it as low as 5 under par during Thursday's weather-delayed first round.Only Nine Players Complete Rainy Round 1
articleOakmont's First Hole: Historically ToughOakmont's First Hole: Historically Tough
articleAdam Scott has always believed he had the right type of game to win a U.S. Open, and this year he is coming in with good form. (USGA/Jeff Haynes)Oakmont Setup Could Translate to Success for Scott
articleThe ninth hole at Oakmont, which Phil Mickelson said was the toughest par 4 he's ever seen, played as the hardest hole on Thursday. (USGA/JD Cuban)Daily Digest: So Far, Phil is Right About No. 9
articleAs play began at the 116th U.S. Open Championship at Oakmont, steamy skies were a reminder of the overnight rain. (USGA/John Mummert)What to Watch For: Wetness Lessens Severe Test, Barely