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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