Woods' wrist looks OK as US Open 1st round resumes
“Obviously the weather conditions are making the course a lot softer, and you can attack the pins a little bit more,” Donald said after Thursday’s play. “So it’s playing as gentle as it might play so far, and obviously this afternoon not much wind. If you were going to make a score, today was a good day.”
The clubhouse leader was Phil Mickelson, who shot a 3-under 67 after a different sort of physical challenge.
He had only a few hours of sleep after flying overnight from San Diego to watch his daughter’s eighth-grade graduation, where she was one of the featured speakers. He said he hit the wall at the turn and needed a “caffeine booster” to keep him sharp.
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