U.S. Open: Big 3 Finish a Combined +15 After Round One

Jason Day and Jordan Spieth, part of the famed Big 3. They will headline the WGC-Bridgestone, along with U.S. Open champ Dustin Johnson. Credit: Getty

With most experts picking one of the top-three ranked players in the world to capture the 2nd major of the season. However, with round one officially in the books, the three golf superstars have an aggregate score of +15.

Here’s a quick recap.

Jason Spieth +2

Of the three, Spieth played the best, and is not out of the tournament by any stretch. Jordan was also the only one of the three with multiple birdies on the round – at the par 3 6th and the monster (684 yards) par 5 12th.

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Greens Hit

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Fairways Hit

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Jason Day +6

The 7th and 8th holes were the round-killers for the world’s #1 ranked golfer. Day went plus-3 over this stretch, after stringing together 5 straight pars on holes 2 through 6.

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Fairways Hit

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Greens Hit

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Rory McIlroy +7

The 2011 U.S. Open winner was consistently bad for the entire round, racking up 8 bogeys – and never stringing together three straight holes without a bogey. His lone birdie was at the Par 5 4th hole.

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Fairways Hit

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Green Hit

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