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5:00PM

London Daily Telegraph: US Open: Lee Westwood rues missed play-off

A beautiful morning for golf yesterday, cool breeze, some sunshine, good crowd. Tiger Woods and Rocco Mediate took full advantage. Lee Westwood, unfortunately, could not.

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5:00PM

London Daily Telegraph: Justin Hicks' lead true to US Open tradition

Of course it was Justin Hicks. There's always a Justin Hicks in the US Open, although the name may be different. There's always the unsuspected golfer who takes the first-day lead while everyone is asking what happened to Tiger Woods or Phil Mickelson.

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10:40AM

Oakland Tribune: Tiger, Phil star in Greatest Round Never Played

SAN DIEGO - A lot of hoopla. That's what one of the hoopla-ees, Adam Scott said. Not a lot of great golf, however. But we're so demanding. That was only Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson out there with Scott. Like they're anybody special?

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8:14PM

Alameda Times-Star: The unknown awaits competitors at U.S. Open

SAN DIEGO - What's out there? Besides the unknown? Besides the unpredictable? The Roger Federer embarrassment in the French Open, the Big Brown collapse in the Belmont, the Lakers' two bad games in Boston against the Celtics?

A lot of weird things, unforeseen things, things that make you wonder what could happen in the U.S. Open, which begins today.

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7:56PM

Tri-Valley Herald: Spander: Top 10 predicted finishers in U.S. Open

1. Phil Mickelson - If Lefty can't win at home, he never will.

2. Tiger Woods - The knee's still sore; the player's still great.

3. Geoff Ogilvy - 2006 champion is 4th on current money list.

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