LIV Golf has consumed discussions early week at The Country Club.

Being only the fourth U.S. Open at Brookline, and this enormous title setting merits the spotlight.

Obviously, the excellence of a U.S. Open is the endless storylines that its rivals introduce themselves.

Look no farther than the primary gatherings of the day: 58-year-old Massachusetts locals Fran Quinn and 20-year-old Michael Thorbjornsen — both in such better places in their professions — each jump-start in the principal tee time allotments at 6:45 a.m.

Mickelson's intruder on 1 nearly gave approach to more difficulty when he missed the subsequent green, however, he saved standard with a deft chip. In the interim, there's another name on the competitor list, South African M.J. Daffue, who birdies three of his initial five openings to guarantee a portion of the lead at three-under.


This week, we suggest you spend around six hours of your evening finding a workable pace. For the time being, Mickelson's drive of the first is decent, yet he misses his methodology severely and should scramble for standard.

McIlroy could have been frustrated with his completion, however, it's logical his 67 will look stunningly better as the midday continues.

David Lingmerth hath risen. Recall this person? He dueled with Tiger at the 2013 Players and outlived Justin Rose in a season finisher at the 2015 Memorial for his solitary PGA Tour win.