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The Tour Report

June 17 2010

7:45 PM

It's a U.S. Open . . . .

So don't be surprised to see very, very little red on the leaderboard.

As Phil Mickelson heads toward his first-round finish, Mike Weir has the lead at 2-under. And only five players, period, are under par at the moment. The lowest anyone has gone? Both Weir and K.J. Choi have gotten to 3-under -- briefly.

USGA setup-man Mike Davis and the course, as usual, are winning this ultimate examination. With a nice breezy assist, of course, from Mother Nature.

Looks like we're in for a four-day survival test. -- Melanie Hauser

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