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NORTH CAROLINA---That wasn t
so tough. With former US Open
champion Graeme McDowell
leading the way, Pinehurst No 2
gave up more birdies than expect-
ed in the early going yesterday.
Taking advantage of a thick cloud
cover that greeted the morning
starters, McDowell shot a 2-under
68 and was tied for the lead with
Six other players, including 20-
year-old Jordan Spieth, opened
with 69s on the Donald Ross mas-
terpiece that has undergone a dras-
tic makeover to restore its rustic
look, with patches of natural veg-
etation---better known as weeds---
taking the place of thick, lush
rough. Phil Mickelson got off to a
strong start as well in his bid for
the career Grand Slam, attacking the
course with deft iron shots on the way
to shooting 70.
McDowell, who won the US Open
at Pebble Beach in 2010, was as steady
as can be in the sand hills of North
Carolina. The Northern Irishman
bounced back from his only bogey at
No 4 with an eagle-3 at the par-five
fifth hole. He added another birdie at
the 14th and the rest of his card was
filled in with pars, just the sort of solid,
mistake-free golf that is required at a
major championship won the last two
years with above-par scores.
Spieth was in the thick of things
again, making four birdies to put himself
in contention at another major cham-
pionship. He was tied for the lead head-
ing to the final round of both the Mas-
ters and The Players Championship,
but couldn t close out either on Sunday.
It seems just a matter of time before
the young Texan claims a career-defin-
Matt Kuchar, who has never won a
major title, shot 3-under 32 on the front
side but a shaky finish knocked him out
of the lead. He bogeyed the 16th and
17th before his par putt at the final hole
tumbled into the cup on its last turn,
bringing out a smile as he headed toward
the clubhouse with a 69.
Also at 69 were Brandt Snedeker,
Brendon Todd, Sweden s Henrik Sten-
son and Japan s Hideki Matsuyama.
Snedeker made Pinehurst look like
the local muni on the front side, making
the turn with a 31. The course bit back
on the back side; Snedeker bogeyed
the 10th, took a double-bogey at No.
11, and fell back to even par on the day
with another bogey at the 12th. Snedek-
er pulled it together, sinking a couple
birdies coming back to the clubhouse
to put himself solidly in contention for
his first major title.
Mickelson already has five majors,
but this is the one he wants more than
any other. Lefty has been the runner-
up a record six times in this event,
denying him the only big title missing
from his resume. He s changed his grip
to deal with a shaky putter, hoping that
would help bring his first victory since
capturing the British Open last July.
Rory McIlroy, who won the 2011 US
Open in a rout at Congressional, opened
with a 71. Defending champion Justin
Rose, who held off Mickelson a year
ago at Merion, shot 72.
The sun began to break through the
clouds around lunchtime, with temper-
atures climbing to the upper 80s. That
figured to firm up the greens and make
things tougher for the afternoon players,
including top-ranked, Adam Scott, and
Masters champion Bubba Watson. (AP)
McDowell, Na grab early
lead with 68 at US Open
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