U.S. Open 2012: Webb Simpson Wins At Olympic Club; Vemont's Keegan Bradley Finishes T-68th

Webb Simpson won the 2012 U.S. Open at Olympic Club in San Francisco, CA after shooting a two-under par 68 on Sunday. Vermont native Keegan Bradley made the weekend cut, but finished 18-over par and shot seven-over on Sunday.

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U.S. Open Highlights 2012: Webb Simpson Makes The Shots

There were a bevy of terrific shots during the 2012 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club in San Francisco. However, maybe the most dramatic was just a little chip shot on the fringe of the green.

Simpson, leading by only a single shot, had a tough lie on the edge of the 18th green. With perhaps the championship resting in the balance, Simpson made a beautiful shot putting the ball within three feet of the cup. He would tap in from there and the rest is history.

For a look at that memorable shot and others from Sunday, please check out this video.

While maybe not as important to the outcome of the tournament, there were many other moments to savor.

Take a few from Day Three, such as Ernie Els flying in an eagle from the rough on the 17th hole and Graeme McDowell putting an approach less than five feet from the pin. Those can be seen if you would be so kind to follow this link.

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U.S. Open 2012 Results: Webb Simpson Stands Atop Olympic

After four challenging and thrilling rounds of golf, Webb Simpson walked away with his first major victory at the 2012 U.S. Open in San Francisco at the Olympic Club.

Simpson came from behind on Sunday to overtake a faltering Jim Furyk, who just couldn't get out of his own way. Graeme McDowell was close the entire afternoon and well into the evening, but he couldn't get over the proverbial hump.

Tiger Woods was never a factor on Sunday. After looking so good the first two days, Woods derailed with a 75 on Saturday, knocking him out for all intents and purposes.

Keegan Bradley, the Woodstock, VT native, finished 18-over for the tournament, a very distant 68th.

The real story was Simpson, who made key putts down the stretch and had one run of four birdies in five holes. On one of the toughest courses in the world, it was Simpson who was able to stay on track throughout with tough pin locations and at times, inclement weather.

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U.S. Open Prize Money 2012: Webb Simpson Earns Over $1.4 Million

Webb Simpson made some pocket change over the weekend. Hopefully he has very big pockets.

Simpson won his first major by taking home the 2012 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club in San Francisco on Sunday evening. As a reward for his herculean efforts, Simpson earned $1.44 million. Not bad for playing some golf for four days.

The rest of the top ten finishers also took home some major cash, all of which was in the six-figure range. After playing on a course that even confounded many of the professionals, the prizes were well-deserved.

For more coverage of the U.S. Open, please follow this link to the official site.

Here's the rest of the Top 10 and their earnings:

1 Webb Simpson (+1): $1,440,000
T2 Michael Thompson (+2): $695,916
T2 Graeme McDowell (+2): $695,916
T4 Jason Dufner (+3): $276,841
T4 Padraig Harrington (+3): $276,841
T4 David Toms (+3): $276,841
T4 John Peterson (+3): $276,841
T4 Jim Furyk (+3): $276,841
9 Ernie Els (+4): $200,280
T10 John Senden (+5): $163,594
T10 Kevin Chappell (+5): $163,594
T10 Casey Wittenberg (+5): $163,594
T10 Retief Goosen (+5): $163,594
T10 Lee Westwood (+5): $163,594

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US Open Winner 2012: Webb Simpson Overtakes Jim Furyk At Olympic Club

Webb Simpson shot a 2-under 68 on Sunday to overtake Jim Furyk from the clubhouse and win the 2012 U.S. Open at 1-over. Simpson got off to a rough start on the day, bogeying No. 2 and No. 5 to go 2-over through five holes. He then birdied four his next five holes, and parred the rest in an impressive surge on the unforgiving Olympic Club course.

Furyk entered the day tied for the lead with Graeme McDowell at 1-under, but faltered late. He hit bogeys on No. 13 and No. 16 to relinquish the lead to Simpson. McDowell shot 4-over on the front nine, but made a late charge capped by a birdie on No. 17 to put himself within a stroke of the lead. Neither McDowell nor Furyk could seal the deal on No. 18, however, giving Simpson his first career major victory.

Furyk finished at 3-over for the Open, tying David Toms, Padraig Harrington, John Peterson and Jason Dufner two shots off the lead. McDowell tied Michael Thompson at 2-over, one stroke behind Simpson.

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2012 U.S. Open Golf Leaderboard: Jim Furyk Leads Field Through 10, Webb Simpson Charging

Jim Furyk entered Sunday as the leader at the 2012 U.S. Open, and still leads through 10 holes on the final day at the Olympic Club. He is 1-over on the day, and even overall. He is just one stroke ahead of Webb Simpson, who has birdied four of his last eight holes and is now 2-under through 13.

Furyk has been a model of consistency, per usual, with a bogey on No. 6 his only blemish on the day so far. Simpson started the day 2-over through five before stepping up his game.

Five players are now tied at 2-over overall. Michael Thompson, Padraig Harrington, Graeme McDowell, John Peterson and Ernie Els are all within striking distance of a title, but will need some help from the two men that have separated themselves from the pack.

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U.S. Open 2012 Leaderboard: Keegan Bradley Finishes 7-Over-Par On Sunday, 18-Over-Par For Tournament

Vermont native Keegan Bradley has wrapped up his fourth round at the 2012 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, CA. Bradley finished 7-over-par for the day and 18-over-par for the weekend. Bradley is currently tied for 68th with Stephen Ames in the tournament. Ames has also finished his round.

Bradley made the weekend with a pair of three-over-par 73 rounds on Thursday and Friday but did not produce any better results on the weekend with a 75 on Saturday and Sunday's 77. This event was Bradley's first U.S. Open Championship.

Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell are the current co-leaders of the tournament at 1-under-par. Neither golfer has begun their fourth round on Sunday.

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2012 U.S. Open Golf: Keegan Bradley's Round 4 Performance Will Impact Ryder Cup Qualifications

Vermont native Keegan Bradley hasn't had the greatest U.S. Open. He currently sits in 61st place at +11, but a solid Round 4 performance is still crucial. Bradley is currently on pace to qualify for the U.S. team in the 2012 Ryder Cup, and his performance on Sunday will likely have a direct impact on that.

Qualifying for the Ryder Cup is based on a points system, with points being assigned based on prize money in major championships and other official events. The top eight golfers in the standings are guaranteed spots on the team, and Bradley is currently in eighth place. Rickie Fowler and Steve Stricker are both close behind Bradley in the Ryder Cup standings and ahead of him on the U.S. Open leaderboard. If that's how things are at the end of Round 4, they would gain points on Bradley and possibly push him off the team. Bradley struggled in Round 3, posting a 75 after getting a 73 in both Rounds 1 and 2. He'll need his best performance of the week if he hopes to bolster his chances of playing in the 2012 Ryder Cup.

The full 2012 Ryder Cup standings can be found here, and a live leaderboard for the 2012 U.S. Open is available at USOpen.com.

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US Open Golf 2012: Leader Jim Furyk On Tiger Woods, Course Conditions And More

Round 4 of the 2012 U.S. Open opens with Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell tied for first place at 1-under-par. Furyk has been in front for much of the tournament, and in his post Round 3 interview he gave some insight into how he might close out the tournament with a victory. Straightforward play and patience will be key, according to Furyk:

I think you have to bide your time and get through certain holes each day trying to make pars. And there will be a couple of opportunities you get. There are some‑‑ if you can drive the ball in the fairway, there are some places you can get short irons in your hand and there are some pins that you can attack. You just have to be patient and wait for those moments instead of trying to force them.

Furyk doesn't expect many gifts from the course at the Olympic Club:

The greens are starting to look stressed. And 15 was one that came to mind. And I think it was because they moved that tee up so much. They kept that green pretty firm and glossy. 18 looked pretty baked out. I was nervous that putt was going to be quicker than it was.

I expect it to get firm. I expect it to get faster and the greens to be maybe a touch quicker. The golf course is going to play difficult. It looks like I need to kind of look at the weather report again and see how the wind is going to be tomorrow. If that wind gets up or it gets blowing 10 to 20 again like it was earlier in the week it's going to be a very tough day. Today it laid down a little bit. It was a lot warmer. Gave us more of a chance to score in spots.

Tiger Woods started Round 3 tied for first place with Furyk, but a rough Saturday saw him fade to +4 overall, ties for 14th. Furyk still doesn't count him out:

So he's 5 shots back. I think he's probably disappointed with the 18th hole. And 16, 17, 18 with the finish, being 3‑over par, if he gets it in with a birdie or so on the way in, he's only two shots back, to make two bogeys and maybe five back is probably disappointing.

He's come from farther back before. And I don't think he's really too worried about the disarray, or I forget what the other term you used, at the moment. He's probably already flipped the page and worried about what he needs to do to play well tomorrow.

Things are crowded at the top of the leaderboard, so Round 4 is likely to be as close as it is decisive. The top 10 start to tee off around 5:30pm EDT, with leaders Furyk and McDowell teeing off at 6:10pm. You can find full tee times here and updated odds here.

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U.S. Open Odds 2012: Jim Furyk The Favorite To Win It All

Tiger Woods had a rough outing on Saturday in the third round of the 2012 U.S. Open. Sitting on top of the leaderboard to start the day, Woods shot a 75 that put him at 4-over through three rounds. Jim Furyk, who is tied for the lead with Graeme McDowell at 1-under, is now the favorite to win it all.

Furyk starts the final round of play with 9/4 odds to win. McDowell is close behind at 5/2, and Tiger Woods is further down the list with 12/1 odds.

Final odds to win the 2012 U.S. Open look like this:

Jim Furyk 9/4
Graeme McDowell 5/2
Lee Westwood 6/1
Tiger Woods 12/1
Fredrik Jacobson 12/1
Ernie Els 15/1
Nicolas Colsaerts 20/1
Jason Dufner 25/1
Webb Simpson 25/1
Blake Adams 40/1
John Senden 50/1
Matt Kuchar 50/1
Martin Kaymer 50/1
Kevin Chappell 80/1
Retief Goosen 80/1
John Peterson 100/1
Beau Hossler 100/1
Justin Rose 100/1
Sergio Garcia 100/1
Field (all others) 15/1

You can see the complete leaderboard, updated live throughout the day, at USOpen.com.

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2012 U.S. Open: TV Schedule, Streaming Information, Tee Times and Pairings

The final round of the U.S. Open is set to begin Sunday morning. Jim Furyk enters Sunday tied with Graeme McDowell at 1-under atop the leaderboard. Tiger Woods sits at 14th place after a disappointing Round Three in which he shot a +5 and lost his hold of the lead. Everything you need to know about Round Four is below.

Television Coverage: 4:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. ET on NBC

Streaming Coverage: Available online via NBC Sports starting at 4:00 p.m. ET. Live video of holes 8 & 18 from USOpen.com starting at 4:00 p.m. ET.

Tee Times and Pairings:

Note: (a) denotes amateur status

12:20 p.m. - S. Ames & J. Ogilvie

12:30 p.m. - B. Van Pelt & J. Bohn

12:40 p.m. - J. Day & S. Dyson

12:50 p.m. - J. Mueller & J. Park

1:00 p.m. - M. Allen & K. Bradley

1:10 p.m. - R. Pampling & M. Baldwin

1:20 p.m. - K. Kim & Z. Johnson

1:30 p.m. - D. Love & N. Thompson

1:40 p.m. - K. Streelman & A. Presnell

1:50 p.m. - M. Warren & M. Hoffmann

2:00 p.m. - D. Stiles & H. Fujita

2:10 p.m. - F. Molinari & J. Curl

2:20 p.m. - R. Fowler & P. Cantlay (a)

2:30 p.m. - I. Poulter & M. Manassero

2:40 p.m - B. Grace & P. Mickelson

2:50 p.m. - B. Estes & C. Schwartzel

3:00 p.m. - K. Choi & N. Watney

3:10 p.m - S. Stricker & R. Karlsson

3:20 p.m. - J. Byrd & A. Cejka

3:30 p.m. - J. Speith (a) & A. Cabrera

3:40 p.m. - S. LeBrun & H. Mahan

3:50 p.m. - R. Jacquelin & K. Na

4:00 p.m. - S. Langley & A. Scott

4:10 p.m. - D. Toms & M. Thompson

4:20 p.m. - A. Watkins & C. Wi

4:30 p.m. - S. Garcia & J. Rose

4:40 p.m. - P. Harrington & H. Hamrick

4:50 p.m. - C. Wittenberg & T. Woods

5:00 p.m - M. Kuchar & M. Kaymer

5:10 p.m. - R. Goosen & J. Peterson

5:20 p.m. - J. Dufner & B. Hossler (a)

5:30 p.m. - J. Senden & K. Chappell

5:40 p.m. - W. Simpson & N. Colsaerts

5:50 p.m. - B. Adams & E. Els

6:00 p.m. - L. Westwood & F. Jacobson

6:10 p.m. - J. Furyk & G. McDowell

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2012 US Open Leaderboard: Retief Goosen Moves Up Leaderboard

Keegan Bradley began the third day of the 2012 US Open in 42nd place, but a rough third round has him plummeting down the leaderboard. The St. John's alum is +6 through 16 holes on the day.

The top 10 remains relatively unchanged, given most players have yet to tee off on Saturday. David Toms, Jim Furyk and Tiger Woods lead the way at one under – all three are set to tee off at approximately 6 p.m. Eastern.

The big mover of the day has been Retief Goosen. Through 10 holes Goosen is -2 on the day, and finds himself just four shots behind the co-leaders.

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U.S. Open Odds 2012: Tiger Woods Favored, Keegan Bradley A Long Shot Entering Weekend

Tigers Woods, Jim Furyk and David Toms are tied atop the leaderboard at 1-under par entering Round 3 of the 2012 U.S. Open this weekend at Olympic Club in San Francisco, CA.

Woods is a 5-4 favorite, according to Bovada, to win his first major tournament since 2008. Furyk follows shortly behind with 5-1 odds, and Toms is the third-favorite at 10-1. The three co-leaders were the only golfers to break par for the opening two rounds.

Vermont native Keegan Bradley opened with matching 73s to enter the weekend in a tie for 42nd place at 6-over par. He has 200-1 odds to capture the event.

For full 2012 U.S. Open odds, visit Bovada. SB Nation Boston has Saturday's tee times and pairings.

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U.S. Open Golf 2012: TV Schedule, Live Updates, Streaming, Tee Times And Pairings And More

Saturday morning sees the start of Round 3 of the 2012 U.S. Open, and you can catch the coverage online or on television. All the information you need as well as a full schedule of tee times and pairings are below.

Television Coverage: NBC, 1:00pm-7:00pm PDT (10:00am-4:00pm EDT)

Streaming Online: Online Coverage via NBC Sports starting at 4:00pm EDT, as well as live video of holes 8 & 18 from USOpen.com starting at 1:00pm PDT.

Tee Times and Pairings:

All pairings on the first tee, (a) denotes amateur status.

1 - 9:15 - K. Streelman & B. Van Pelt

2 - 9:25 - J. Ogilvie & P. Cantlay (a)

3 - 9:35 - M. Baldwin & S. LeBrun

4 - 9:45 - J. Mueller & R. Fowler

5 - 9:55 - A. Cabrera & J. Spieth (a)

6 - 10:05 - C. Wittenberg & N. Thompson

7 - 10:15 - J. Curl & S. Dyson

8 - 10:25 - F. Molinari & B. Estes

9 - 10:35 - R. Pampling & D. Love

10 - 10:45 - S. Ames & Z. Johnson

11 - 10:55 - P. Mickelson & A. Cejka

12 - 11:05 - K. Kim & K. Bradley

13 - 11:15 - A. Scott & H. Fujita

14 - 11:25 - J. Byrd & S. Langley

15 - 11:35 - D. Stiles & J. Day

16 - 11:45 - M. Hoffmann & M. Warren

17 - 11:55 - R. Karlsson & W. Simpson

18 - 12:05 - R. Goosen & B. Grace

19 - 12:15 - K. Na & J. Bohn

20 - 12:25 - K. Chappell & M. Manassero

21 - 12:35 - I. Poulter & M. Kaymer

22 - 12:45 - L. Westwood & J. Senden

23 - 12:55 - H. Hamrick & M. Allen

24 - 1:05 - A. Presnell & P. Harrington

25 - 1:15 - J. Park & S. Stricker

26 - 1:25 - E. Els & J. Rose

27 - 1:35 - N. Watney & S. Garcia

28 - 1:45 - C. Wi & F. Jacobson

29 - 1:55 - K. Choi & C. Schwartzel

30 - 2:05 - R. Jacquelin & B. Hossler (a)

31 - 2:15 - J. Dufner & M. Kuchar

32 - 2:25 - H. Mahan & A. Watkins

33 - 2:35 - B. Adams & M. Thompson

34 - 2:45 - G. McDowell & N. Colsaerts

35 - 2:55 - J. Peterson & D. Toms

36 - 3:05 - T. Woods & J. Furyk

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U.S. Open 2012 Golf Scores And Results: Round 2 Ends With Tiger Woods, Jim Furyk And David Toms Tied For First

With Round 2 of the 2012 U.S. Open in the books, a three way tie has developed for first place. Tiger Woods, Jim Furyk, and David Toms all stand at 1-under. Furyk improved his opening day par to a 69, while both Woods and Toms bumped up a stroke from 69 to 70. Woods struggled early, picking up three bogeys in a row on holes five through seven, but he was able to recover with birdies on holes 10 and 13. Toms also had some trouble on the front nine, bogeying holes one and six, but he birdied holes 11 and 12 to settle at par for the day.

Vermont native Keegan Bradley repeated his Round 1 score, shooting a 73, leaving him at 6-over thus far. That's good enough to make the cut, which looks to be at +8. That's good news for Phil Mickelson, who picked up a late birdie and ended the day 7-over, but it's bad news for 2011 U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy, who struggled throughout the day and ended at 3-over for Round 2 and 10-over for the tournament. That leaves him headed home for the weekend. 2012 Masters winner Bubba Watson suffered the same fate, as a 71 was not good enough following his opening round 78, leaving him at 9-over and on the wrong side of the cut.

A full leaderboard is available at USOpen.com. Things only get more interesting as the pressure mounts, so expect a lot of good golf on Saturday and Sunday.

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U.S. Open Cut Line 2012: +8 Projected Cut Eliminates Some Major Names

The cut for Round 3 of the 2012 U.S. Open is projected to be 8-over, which will see some big names exit the tournament before the weekend. Tiger Woods is sitting comfortably tied for first, with none of the cut concerns that plagued him earlier this season. He shares the lead with Jim Furyk and David Toms. Vermont native Keegan Bradley is currently at 5-over for the tournament and looks likely to make the cut. Phil Mickelson was able to just sneak past the cut, collecting a birdie on the last hole to sit at 7-over through two rounds.

2011 U.S. Open Champion Rory McIlroy isn't so lucky, following Round 1's 77 with a 73 in Round 2, putting him 10-over for the tournament and on the wrong side of the cut. 2012 Masters Champion Bubba Watson also improved on his Round 1 score, going from 78 to 71, but that puts him at 9-over and means he will not continue into Round 3.

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U.S. Open 2012 Leaderboard: Keegan Bradley At 5-Over-Par After Nine Holes On Friday

Keegan Bradley began his day at the 2012 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club in San Francisco on the back nine. After his first nine holes, Bradley is at 2-over-par on the day. Overall for the tournament, he is at 5-over-par which has him above the projected cut line of 8-over-par.

Bradley has two bogies on the day and made up for his double bogey on hole #14 on Thursday by making a par on the hole on Friday.

2003 U.S. Open champion Jim Furyk is currently leading the tournament at 1-under-par. Tiger Woods, who briefly led on Friday, is one shot back of the leader at even par for the tournament. Woods has played 11 holes on Friday.

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US Open Golf 2012: TV Schedule, Live Updates, Streaming And More

Tiger Woods remains the favorite to win the 2012 US Open, after shooting a respectable 69 on Thursday – three shots off the lead. Michael Thompson leads the way after the first round.

Phil Mickelson – paired with Tiger on day one – is in danger of missing the cut altogether, after shooting a 76 (+6) on the first day.

Coverage of the second day will begin on ESPN at noon, and run to 3 p.m. ET, when NBC will pick up coverage from 3-5 p.m., before handing it back to ESPN for the rest of the day.

If you only have access to a laptop or mobile device, or if you want to catch live golf before noon, you can head over to USOpen.com where they will be streaming live online.

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US Open 2012 Tee Times And Pairings For Friday: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson Tee Off At 4:18 Friday

Day two of the 2012 US Open is set to get underway, with Tiger Woods three shots off the leader – Michael Thompson, who shot a -4 on Thursday.

Here is the full schedule of tee times and pairings for Friday. Tee times are Eastern.

Tee No. 1

10:15 a.m.: Morgan Hoffmann, John Peterson, Aaron Watkins
10:26 a.m.: Jeff Curl, Nicholas Thompson, Casey Wittenberg
10:37 a.m.: Soren Kjeldsen, Peter Lawrie, Chez Reavie
10:48 a.m.: Olin Browne, Michael Campbell, Joe Durant
10:59 a.m.: Bill Haas, Jordan Spieth (a), Nick Watney
11:10 a.m.: Martin Kaymer, Hunter Mahan, Justin Rose
11:21 a.m.: Matt Kuchar, Ian Poulter, Steve Stricker
11:32 a.m.: Jason Day, Jason Dufner, Louis Oosthuizen
11:43 a.m.: Rickie Fowler, Ryo Ishikawa, Dustin Johnson
11:54 a.m.: Hunter Haas, Lee Slattery, Tadahiro Takayama
12:05 p.m.: Blake Adams, Alex Cejka, Kevin Chappell
12:16 p.m..: Roberto Castro, James Hahn, Darron Stiles
12:17 p.m.: Brooks Koepka (a), Samuel Osborne, Kyle Thompson
3:45 p.m.: Shane Bertsch, Tommy Biershenk, Martin Flores
3:56 p.m.: Matthew Baldwin, Matt Bettencourt, Scott Piercy
4:07 p.m.: Thomas Bjorn, Branden Grace, Kevin Na
4:18 p.m.: Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson, Tiger Woods
4:29 p.m.: Stephen Ames, Tim Herron, Joe Ogilvie
4:40 p.m.: Padraig Harrington, Davis Love III, David Toms
4:51 p.m.: Charles Howell III, Carl Pettersson, Charl Schwartzel
5:02 p.m.: Bob Estes, Robert Karlsson, Robert Rock
5:13 p.m.: K.J. Choi, Kyung-Tae Kim, Y.E. Yang
5:24 p.m.: Robert Garrigus, Fredrik Jacobson, Alexander Noren
5:35 p.m.: Sang-Moon Bae, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano
5:46 p.m.: Michael Allen, Anthony Summers, Marc Warren
5:57 p.m.: Hunter Hamrick (a), Scott Smith, Tim Weinhart

Tee No. 9

10 a.m.: Casey Martin, Dennis Miller, Cameron Wilson (a)
10:11 a.m.: Jim Herman, Bill Lunde, David Mathis
10:22 a.m.: Nicholas Colsaerts, Simon Dyson, Charlie Wi
10:33 a.m.: Alvaro Quiros, John Senden, Gary Woodland
10:44 a.m.: Luke Donald, Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood
10:55 a.m.: Jim Furyk, Sergio Garcia, Graeme McDowell
11:06 a.m.: Stewart Cink, Lucas Glover, Trevor Immelman
11:17 a.m.: Angel Cabrera, Ernie Els, Geoff Ogilvy
11:28 a.m.: Ben Crane, Anders Hansen, Martin Laird
11:39 a.m.: Aaron Baddeley, Miguel A. Jimenez, Matteo Manassero
11:50 a.m.: Brian Harman, Mikko Ilonen, Spencer Levin
12:01 p.m.: Brice Garnett, Justin Hicks, Jesse Mueller
12:12 p.m.: Brian Gaffney, Brian Rowell, Alberto Sanchez (a)
3:30 p.m.: Beau Hossler (a), Scott Langley, Steve LeBrun
3:41 p.m.: Jason Bohn, Raphael Jacquelin, J.B. Park (a)
3:52 p.m.: Colt Knost, Steve Marino, Michael Thompson
4:03 p.m.: Gregory Bourdy, George Coetzee, Brendan Jones
4:14 p.m.: Jonathan Byrd, Patrick Cantlay (a), Kyle Stanley
4:25 p.m.: Retief Goosen, Zach Johnson, Vijay Singh
4:36 p.m.: Hiroyuki Fujita, Mark Wilson, Andy Zhang (a)
4:47 p.m.: Keegan Bradley, Adam Scott, Webb Simpson
4:58 p.m.: Tim Clark, Rod Pampling, Toru Taniguchi
5:09 p.m.: Peter Hanson, Francesco Molinari, Bo Van Pelt
5:20 p.m.: Dong-Hwan Lee (a), D.A. Points, Kevin Streelman
5:31 p.m.: Paul Claxton, Edward Loar, Alistair Presnell
5:42 p.m.: Cole Howard, Mark McCormick, Nick Sherwood (a)

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US Open Odds 2012: Tiger Woods Is Still The Favorite, As Of Friday

Tiger Woods remains the favorite to win the 2012 US Open, following his impressive round one. He began the tournament with 13/1 odds to win it all, which have increased to 9/4. He's three shots off the lead, heading into day two, while a lot of the marquee names in golf – Phil Mickelson – have virtually played their way out of contention.

Luke Donald started the tournament with the second highest odds (11/1), but has dropped all the way to 150/1 after a disappointing first round round one. Michael Thompson – who leads after day one – comes in at 25/1.

Tiger Woods 9/4

Justin Rose: 8/1

Matt Kuchar: 12/1

Graeme McDowell: 16/1

Jim Furyk: 16/1

Jason Dufner: 20/1

Lee Westwood: 20/1

Nick Watney: 22/1

Hunter Mahan: 25/1

Ian Poulter: 25/1

Complete odds are available here.

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U.S. Open Golf 2012 Tee Times And Pairings For Friday: Tiger Woods, Michael Thompson Tee Off In Afternoon

Michael Thompson is the leader after Day 1 of the 2012 U.S. Open, shooting 4-under Thursday to take a three-stroke over Tiger Woods, Justin Rose and others. Both Thompson and Woods are set to tee off at the Olympic Club in the afternoon Friday. The marquee group of Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood and Luke Donald, teeing off at 7:44 a.m. ET, highlights the morning schedule

ESPN will broadcast live from 12:00 p.m. ET to the 3:00 p.m., before cutting away for NBC from 3:00-5:00 p.m. ESPN will pick coverage back up from 5:00-10:00 p.m. If you only have access to a laptop or mobile device, or if you want to catch live golf before noon you can head over to USOpen.com where they will be streaming live online.

Here is the full schedule of tee times and pairings for Friday at the 2012 U.S. Open.

Tee No. 1

7:15 a.m.: Morgan Hoffmann, John Peterson, Aaron Watkins
7:26 a.m.: Jeff Curl, Nicholas Thompson, Casey Wittenberg
7:37 a.m.: Soren Kjeldsen, Peter Lawrie, Chez Reavie
7:48 a.m.: Olin Browne, Michael Campbell, Joe Durant
7:59 a.m.: Bill Haas, Jordan Spieth (a), Nick Watney
8:10 a.m.: Martin Kaymer, Hunter Mahan, Justin Rose
8:21 a.m.: Matt Kuchar, Ian Poulter, Steve Stricker
8:32 a.m.: Jason Day, Jason Dufner, Louis Oosthuizen
8:43 a.m.: Rickie Fowler, Ryo Ishikawa, Dustin Johnson
8:54 a.m.: Hunter Haas, Lee Slattery, Tadahiro Takayama
9:05 a.m.: Blake Adams, Alex Cejka, Kevin Chappell
9:16 a.m.: Roberto Castro, James Hahn, Darron Stiles
9:17 a.m.: Brooks Koepka (a), Samuel Osborne, Kyle Thompson
12:45 p.m.: Shane Bertsch, Tommy Biershenk, Martin Flores
12:56 p.m.: Matthew Baldwin, Matt Bettencourt, Scott Piercy
1:07 p.m.: Thomas Bjorn, Branden Grace, Kevin Na
1:18 p.m.: Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson, Tiger Woods
1:29 p.m.: Stephen Ames, Tim Herron, Joe Ogilvie
1:40 p.m.: Padraig Harrington, Davis Love III, David Toms
1:51 p.m.: Charles Howell III, Carl Pettersson, Charl Schwartzel
2:02 p.m.: Bob Estes, Robert Karlsson, Robert Rock
2:13 p.m.: K.J. Choi, Kyung-Tae Kim, Y.E. Yang
2:24 p.m.: Robert Garrigus, Fredrik Jacobson, Alexander Noren
2:35 p.m.: Sang-Moon Bae, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano
2:46 p.m.: Michael Allen, Anthony Summers, Marc Warren
2:57 p.m.: Hunter Hamrick (a), Scott Smith, Tim Weinhart

Tee No. 9

7:00 a.m.: Casey Martin, Dennis Miller, Cameron Wilson (a)
7:11 a.m.: Jim Herman, Bill Lunde, David Mathis
7:22 a.m.: Nicholas Colsaerts, Simon Dyson, Charlie Wi
7:33 a.m.: Alvaro Quiros, John Senden, Gary Woodland
7:44 a.m.: Luke Donald, Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood
7:55 a.m.: Jim Furyk, Sergio Garcia, Graeme McDowell
8:06 a.m.: Stewart Cink, Lucas Glover, Trevor Immelman
8:17 a.m.: Angel Cabrera, Ernie Els, Geoff Ogilvy
8:28 a.m.: Ben Crane, Anders Hansen, Martin Laird
8:39 a.m.: Aaron Baddeley, Miguel A. Jimenez, Matteo Manassero
8:50 a.m.: Brian Harman, Mikko Ilonen, Spencer Levin
9:01 a.m.: Brice Garnett, Justin Hicks, Jesse Mueller
9:12 a.m.: Brian Gaffney, Brian Rowell, Alberto Sanchez (a)
12:30 p.m.: Beau Hossler (a), Scott Langley, Steve LeBrun
12:41 p.m.: Jason Bohn, Raphael Jacquelin, J.B. Park (a)
12:52 p.m.: Colt Knost, Steve Marino, Michael Thompson
1:03 p.m.: Gregory Bourdy, George Coetzee, Brendan Jones
1:14 p.m.: Jonathan Byrd, Patrick Cantlay (a), Kyle Stanley
1:25 p.m.: Retief Goosen, Zach Johnson, Vijay Singh
1:36 p.m.: Hiroyuki Fujita, Mark Wilson, Andy Zhang (a)
1:47 p.m.: Keegan Bradley, Adam Scott, Webb Simpson
1:58 p.m.: Tim Clark, Rod Pampling, Toru Taniguchi
2:09 p.m.: Peter Hanson, Francesco Molinari, Bo Van Pelt
2:20 p.m.: Dong-Hwan Lee (a), D.A. Points, Kevin Streelman
2:31 p.m.: Paul Claxton, Edward Loar, Alistair Presnell
2:42 p.m.: Cole Howard, Mark McCormick, Nick Sherwood (a)

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2012 U.S. Open Golf Leaderboard: Keegan Bradley Shoots 3-Over-Par In First Round

On Thursday at the 2012 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, CA, Vermont native Keegan Bradley finished his opening round with a 3-over-par 73. Bradley's round has him currently tied for 74th. Bradley has not played in the U.S. Open before.

While Bradley hit 12 of 18 greens in regulation (66.67%), he was 0-2 on sand saves and 6 of 14 on fairways hit (42.86%). As a result, even though Bradley had three birdies on the day, he also had four bogies and one double bogey (on hole 14).

Bradley's Friday round begins at 4:47 p.m. Eastern. He's paired with Adam Scott and Webb Simpson. Simpson is 2-over-par and Scott is 6-over-par. The day one leader is currently Michael Thompson who shot 4-under-par.

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2012 U.S. Open Leaderboard: Tiger Woods Shoots 1-Under-Par For First Round

Three-time U.S. Open champion Tiger Woods got off to a good start to the 2012 U.S. Open on Thursday at the Olympic Club in San Francisco. Woods shot a 1-under-par 69 round and was well ahead of his two playing partners Bubba Watson and Phil Mickelson. Mickelson shot a 6-over-par 76 while Watson shot a 8-over-par 78.

After his round Woods spoke with the media and said all he did was stick to his game plan. "I played well today. I felt like I had control of my game all day and just stuck to my game plan and executed my game plan." (via ASAP Sports)

Although he will try to stick to his plan, he said it could change daily. Woods also said that the course at Olympic did not play the same as it did when he was in college at Stanford. "It changes from day‑to‑day. As I played it more, obviously we don't get a chance to play here when it's this quick. When I played here in college it was certainly not like this. So we had to make those type of adjustments and I've been around here enough times to understand it."

Woods trails leader Michael Thompson by three shots after day one.

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2012 U.S. Open Leaderboard: Keegan Bradley Makes Turn at 1-Over, Four Shots Back

Keegan Bradley bogeyed both of his first two holes on the front nine at the 2012 U.S. Open on Thursday, but recovered to make the turn with a 1-over par 35 at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, CA.

The Vermont native responded after the rough start with four consecutive pars, following that with a birdie at No. 7 to make the turn just four shots behind leader Jason Bohn (3-under through 13).

Tiger Woods, Bubba Watson and Phil Mickelson all played together in the most star-studded pairing of the day. Watson (7-over par through 13 holes) and Mickelson (4-over) have had real fights with their swings, but Woods has been solid while staying at even-par through 13 holes.

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2012 U.S. Open Leaderboard: Kevin Na Leads Early, Tiger Woods Even

It is still very early in the first round of play at the 2012 U.S. Open. Already, the tricky course at the Olympic Club is wreaking havoc on a few of the presumed favorites.

Through five holes of play on Thursday morning, Phil Mickelson started with three straight bogeys. He made par on his fourth hole, the 12th on the course, to stay at 3-over. He finally got back on track hitting a birdie on the 13th hold to put him at 2-over. Mickelson is part of a high-powered trio that includes Bubba Watson and Tiger Woods.

Woods is even after five holes, after shooting par on all of them. He is currently tied for sixth place with a smattering of other golfers. Watson is at 2-over after five holes, including two bogeys.

Kevin Na leads the field at 2-under after six holes of play. Na started on the 9th hole, and made birdies on the 10th and 14th holes to get to the top of the leaderboard early.

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U.S. Open Golf 2012: TV Schedule, Live Updates, Streaming And More

The first round of the 2012 U.S. Open starts on Thursday at the Olympic Club in San Francisco. The action gets underway early in Bay Area, and golf fans have several options to watch the action live.

ESPN will broadcast the tournament starting at Noon EST and running through 3:00 p.m. The NBC network takes over from there, handling coverage from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. EST, before it switches back to ESPN for coverage through 10:00 p.m.

Fans have a pair of options at their disposal to see it via live streaming. USOpen.com will stream coverage starting at 10:33 a.m. with cameras trained on the marquee group featuring Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson. That site will follow an afternoon group starting at 4:29 p.m. EST. ESPN3 and WatchESPN.com are also streaming the event. One stream will have coverage mirroring their broadcast, and they will also have a camera trained on the 8th and 18th holes. There is a two-hour gap in ESPN's online coverage from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., when NBC is broadcasting.

USOpen.comwill also feature a live scoreboard.

You can view a complete list of tee times and pairings here.

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2012 U.S. Open: Andy Zhang Ready To Make History

The 2012 U.S. Open starts on Thursday. Like any major golf tournament, fans are keenly interested in the usual suspects like Tiger Woods and Bubba Watson and the other super stars of golf. This year there is another player who has drawn the attention of the entire country as well as China. At just 14, Andy Zhang will be the youngest player in the history of the U.S. Open.

Born in China, Zhang moved to the United States in 2008 to play golf. He made the cut for the U.S. Open as an alternate, tabbed to replace Paul Casey who pulled out with a shoulder injury.

The experience of playing at the Olympic Club with some of his idols has sometimes overshadowed the fact that he was actually there to compete against them. SB Nation's Brian Floyd is on the scene in San Francisco, and reported this from Zhang's media availability on Wednesday:

"It was yesterday morning about 6:05, I was on the range, hitting balls. My buddy, Chris, he was like, 'Hey, Andy look behind you, it's Tiger.' I looked back, it was Tiger walking up. And I got really excited. And he actually came up to me and shook my hand. And I was like, 'Wow, I just shook Tiger's hand.'"

Needless to say, his nerves have been a little rattled.

"I am shaking a little right now sitting here. I heard Jack Nicklaus was sitting in this chair this morning. Was he? Yeah? So I'm trying to get used to this. I'm not doing quite well right now."

Zhang tees off at 8:21 a.m. on Thursday, paired with Hiroyuki Fujita and Mark Wilson.

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2012 U.S. Open Golf: Olympic Club Tutorial

A year ago, Rory McIlroy shattered the U.S. Open scoring record with a 16-under par week at Congressional. Don't expect anybody to threaten that record this year. Not at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, CA.

The site of the 2012 U.S. Open is likely to yield high scores and frustrated golfers. Bubba Watson was quoted Tuesday saying he doesn't like the course because he's worried he might shoot an 80. And Watson just won the Masters.

SB Nation's Brian Floyd put together an Olympic Club tutorial and calls the course "brutal."

Brutal. Impossible. Bordering on unfair. These and any number of similar phrases could be used to describe Olympic Club, site of the 2012 U.S. Open. And they wouldn't be wrong: The course, set up to the USGA's typical unforgiving standards for the second major of the year, is the "toughest test in golf" for a reason.

But it's hard to get a feel for just how difficult the course is until seeing it in person. Flyovers, videos and still shots simply don't do it justice. The undulations -- both on fairways and greens -- are extreme. The course layout is somewhat unconventional, likely to throw players off. And the small details -- the way greens funnel down into less-than-straightforward chipping areas and fairways that punish the wrong shot selection -- are, in a word, devilish.

READ THE REST OF FLOYD'S PIECE FOR BULLET POINTS ABOUT EACH OF THE COURSE'S TOUGHEST HOLES.

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U.S. Open Odds 2012: Tiger Woods Remains The Favorite

The 2012 U.S. Open will have a familiar face as its favorite heading into Thursday's opening round at The Olympic Club in venerable San Francisco, California.

BOVADA has listed Tiger Woods as their favorite at 13/2 odds on Wednesday morning.

This should come as a surprise to absolutely nobody. Woods isn't an dominating favorite even after his victory at Jack Nicklaus' course.

Luke Donald and Lee Westwood, both of whom are tied for second in the odds come in at 11/1.

Phil Mickelson is laying in the weeds at 20/1 while Rory McIlroy is at 14/1. McIlroy hasn't been playing great golf as of late, but sometimes the majors can make some magic happen.

Vermont native Keegan Bradley has been given 66/1 odds, a true dark-horse but still an interesting play with Bradley's skill and potential.

Here's a list of the odds as of Wednesday morning:

Tigers Woods 13/2

Luke Donald: 11/1

Lee Westwood: 11/1

Rory McIlroy: 14/1

Phil Mickelson: 20/1

Dustin Johnson: 25/1

Jason Dufner: 25/1

Justin Rose: 28/1

Matt Kuchar: 28/1

Adam Scott: 33/1

Jim Furyk: 33/1

Rickie Fowler: 33/1

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U.S. Open 2012: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson Group To Be Live Streamed Exclusively

The marquee group of the first two rounds of the 2012 U.S. Open Championship is clearly the one featuring Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson. On Tuesday, the U.S. Open announced that live streaming will be available to follow the trio as they tee off on Thursday at the Olympic Club.

"Visitors to usopen.com and users of the U.S. Open mobile application, "U.S. Open Golf Championship," will have exclusive access to the first 90 minutes of continuous play on Thursday morning through live-streaming high-definition (HD) video, followed by ESPN's live coverage at 9 a.m. (PDT)." (via U.S. Open)

USGA executive director Mike Davis said about the availability of live streaming the group, "This is the one of the most exciting times of the year for golf fans and we've created a destination for them to follow a marquee pairing at the U.S. Open. We're thrilled to be using our digital platforms in this way so fans have a virtual front row seat to watch three of the world's most accomplished players compete in our national championship."

After coverage of the Woods, Mickelson and Watson group during the morning round, coverage will shift to the group with the 2011 U.S. Open champ, Rory McIlroy, Luke Donald and Lee Westwood in the afternoon. During the weekend rounds, live streaming of select holes will be available.

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U.S. Open 2012 Odds Update: Tiger Woods Still The Favorite, Keegan Bradley Now At 66-1 Odds

Nothing changed at the top in the updated odds for the 2012 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club in San Francisco. Tiger Woods remains the favorite to win the tournament in the latest odds from Bovada.

For Vermont native Keegan Bradley, he has seen his stock drop since the beginning of the week. After opening at 40-1 odds, Bradley has fallen to 66-1 odds on Tuesday. Bradley did not participate in the U.S. Open last year.

Here's the updated list of the top favorites to win the 2012 U.S. Open:

1. Tiger Woods 6/1
2. Lee Westwood 10/1
3. Luke Donald 12/1
4. Rory McIlroy 14/1
5. Phil Mickelson 20/1
6t. Dustin Johnson 25/1
6t. Jason Dufner 25/1
8. Justin Rose 28/1
8t. Matt Kuchar 28/1
10t. Adam Scott 33/1
10t. Jim Furyk 33/1
10t. Rickie Fowler 33/1
10t. Zach Johnson 33/1

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U.S. Open Odds 2012: Tiger Woods Favored To Win His 15th Major

Tiger Woods is the early favorite to win the 2012 U.S. Open, which tees off Thursday at The Olympic Club in San Francisco.

Woods, who played a practice round early Monday morning in preparation for the tournament, is considered a 6-1 favorite to win his 15th major.

The Olympic Club typically features high scores and has been the site of several upset winners.

The early 2012 U.S. Open golf odds follow, courtesy of Bovada:

Tiger Woods 6/1
Lee Westwood 10/1
Rory McIlroy 10/1
Luke Donald 12/1
Phil Mickelson 16/1
Dustin Johnson 20/1
Jason Dufner 28/1
Matt Kuchar 28/1
Bubba Watson 30/1
Adam Scott 33/1
Hunter Mahan 33/1
Justin Rose 33/1
Zach Johnson 33/1
Jim Furyk 40/1
Keegan Bradley 40/1
Louis Oosthuizen 40/1
Martin Kaymer 40/1
Nick Watney 40/1
Rickie Fowler 40/1
Steve Stricker 40/1

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U.S. Open 2012, Tee Times And Pairings: Keegan Bradley Paired With Adam Scott, Webb Simpson

Vermont native Keegan Bradley will be paired with Adam Scott and Webb Simpson in the 2012 U.S. Open Championship.

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