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articleTiger Woods posted the highest score of his career in a U.S. Open on Thursday, turning in a 10-over 80 at Chambers Bay. (USGA/John Mummert)After Worst-Ever Open Round, Woods Vows to ‘Keep Grinding’
articleHenrik Stenson, in search of his first major title, finished with a flurry of four birdies over his last five holes to propel him to a 5-under 65 on Thursday. (USGA/Fred Vuich)Johnson, Stenson Share First-Round Lead
articleFifteen-year-old Cole Hammer reacts after hitting out of a greenside bunker on the par-3 15th hole, en route to a 7-over 77. (USGA/J.D. Cuban)Round 1: Notable and Quotable
articleColin Montgomerie, the reigning U.S. Senior Open champion, was solid in Round 1 at Chambers Bay, posting a 1-under 69. (USGA/Fred Vuich)Monty Surprises Himself With Strong Start
articleAfter years of playing professional golf on tours all over the world, Tim O'Neal, 42, is finally teeing it up in the U.S. Open. (USGA/Simon Bruty)Notebook: O'Neal Makes Debut, Open Suits Gribble
articleJustin Rose's success at Merion in 2013 provided him with a blueprint of what it takes to win a U.S. Open, something he hopes to apply at Chambers Bay. (USGA/Simon Bruty)Rose Riding Recent Momentum to Chambers Bay