US Open Play Resumes, Johnson 3-Over-Par

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By Grant Burkhardt

Cedar Rapids native Zach Johnson is 3-over-par in his first round at the US Open. Here's the full story from Merion. Play is back underway in round one.

ARDMORE, Pa. (AP) — First-round play has resumed after a second delay for severe weather at the U.S. Open.

Tiger Woods was among the players whose rounds were halted. They returned to the course after a 44-minute delay Thursday caused by another round of thunderstorms at the Merion Golf Club.

There was an earlier delay of 3½ hours.

Phil Mickelson was the clubhouse leader, completing a round of 3-under 67.

Woods was 1 over when play was stopped the second time. He winced and shook his left arm after playing a shot out of the rough on the fifth hole, then bogeyed the hole to go to 2 over after play resumed.

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