ARDMORE, Pa. -- The first round of the U.S. Open resumed at 7:15 a.m. ET under cool, cloudy skies at Merion Golf Club, where around a tenth-of-an-inch of rain fell overnight. Off and on sprinkles could pop up, but the wind is also expected to increase with gusts of 20 mph or more at times.
Luke Donald, who led at 4 under at one point, has since fallen back after making bogeys on 16 and 18 to shoot 68. He is one back of leader Phil Mickelson, who finished his round Thursday.
Meanwhile, Kyle Stanley has moved to within one of the lead at 2 under through 14 holes. Four others are tied for fourth another stroke back.
Only seven players are under par at the moment. The top three players in the world aren't among them.
Tiger Woods bogeyed his first hole of the day, No. 12, after resuming his round in the morning and is 2 over through 16 holes.
Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott are both 1 over.
Scott was 3 under through 11 holes when play was stopped due to darkness on Thursday but bogeyed two of his first three holes Friday morning before making double bogey on No. 15.