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The Tour Report

June 17 2010

3:40 PM

Finally someone in red numbers

Rafael Cabrera-Bello has just posted the first sub-par score of the 110th U.S. Open.

The 26-year-old Spaniard shot a 1-under 70 and stands one stroke behind Mike Weir, who is teeing off on the 18th hole. Also at 1 under are K.J. Choi, who is playing with Weir; Ian Poulter, who has four holes remaining; David Toms, who is through 13 and Craig Barlow, who has six holes to play.

No one else is under par for the tournament right now. Luke Donald, Jim Furyk and Jason Dufner are the only ones at even.

Cabrera-Bello, who has one win on the European Tour, started playing golf when he was 6 on a course in the Canary Islands. His sister Emma competes on the Ladies European Tour. – Helen Ross