Tour Report: Quick look at other notables

Mike McAllister

SAN FRANCISCO – Here’s a quick look at some of the notables who weren’t in the two featured pairings during Thursday’s first round at the Olympic Club.

FEATURED GROUPS: Woods-Mickelson-Watson | Donald-McIlroy-Westwood

Player Score Note
Justin Rose 69 Ended round with two birdies, then said, “Obviously it’s just a good start, not getting too wrapped up with that.”
David Toms 69 For more on Toms’ round, click here
Graeme McDowell 69 For more on McDowell’s round, click here
Matt Kuchar 70 Tied with Furyk for most greens in regulation. Said Kuchar: “I felt like I played great golf, felt like I really drove it well.”
Jim Furyk 70 One birdie, one bogey, 16 pars – that would work for all four days
Ian Poulter 70 An eagle at the par-4 seventh was key to his round
Ryo Ishikawa 71 Was bogey-free for his first 14 holes. “I’m very tired right now, especially mentally,” he said after his round
Jason Dufner 72 3 over at turn but was solid during Olympic’s toughest stretch
Rickie Fowler 72 Fowler after his round: “I had a few hiccups out there today, but other than that, swung it well, put up some nice putts and felt very good.”
Angel Cabrera 72 Had birdies at Nos. 2 and 3 but gave back strokes at Nos. 4 and 5
Hunter Mahan 72 Started with a bogey, bounced back with a birdie and needed 33 putts
Webb Simpson 72 Found five bunkers but had just two sand saves
Davis Love III 73 Even par through 12 holes before suffering three consecutive bogeys
Charl Schwartzel 73 Hit less than 50 percent of fairways and greens
K.J. Choi 73 1 under through 11 holes, then went double bogey-bogey-bogey
Keegan Bradley 73 Managed one of the rare birdies at 670-yard 16th
Sergio Garcia 73 Three bogeys in dreaded first six holes; even par after that
Padraig Harrington 74 For more on Harrington’s round, click here
Martin Kaymer 74 Even par through first 10 holes … then promptly went double-double
Retief Goosen 75 Hit just three of 18 greens in regulation
Dustin Johnson 75 A double on his second hole left him scrambling
Ernie Els 75 Two-time U.S. Open winner had an eagle, a double and a triple
Vijay Singh 75 Lone birdie of his round came at the par-3 13th
Jason Day 75 Tough start with three birdies in first four holes
Mark Wilson 76 Last five holes: Double, par, birdie, triple, bogey
Bill Haas 76 Failed to produce a birdie and hit just five fairways
Steve Stricker 76 Hit just five fairways and seven greens; was 1 of 5 in sand saves
Louis Oosthuizen 76 3 over after three holes after he doubled the 11th
Zach Johnson 77 Needed 36 putts; said his “speed was terrible” with his putter
Stewart Cink 77 Suffered through a string of four straight bogey starting at No. 2
Trevor Immelman 80 Tough finish with bogey, double, bogey in last three holes