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Haas, Glover Above Par After Round One At U.S. Open

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Pinehurst, NC - Greenville's Bill Haas began his U.S. Open on the second nine at Pinehurst Number Two and had birdies at 14 and 17 but countered those with four bogies en route to a two over par 72.

Haas is seven strokes back of leader Martin Kaymer.

Lucas Glover, the 2009 champion, was seven over par through his first six holes (also starting on the second nine) and finished at plus-eight, 78.
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