Whatever was bothering Tiger Woods' wrist seemed to disappear overnight, and Phil Mickelson's round of 67 was holding up as first-round play resumed Friday morning at the U.S. Open.
NBC10's Chris Cato talked to fans who are thrilled to be at the U.S. Open on Day Two and say they are happy with the perfect golf weather.
NBC10's Keith Jones breaks down the first day of action at the Merion Golf Club as Tiger Woods appears to hurt his wrist and Phil Mickelson takes the lead.
The world's No. 1 golfer has won a major in years but remains the biggest draw in golf. NBC10's Jesse Gary reports on fans following Tiger Woods at the U.S. Open at Merion.
After the thunderstorm passed, the U.S. Open spectators that were caught in the rain were able to see the best golfers in the world compete. NBC10's Katy Zachry reports.
Under cloudy skies and with weather prospects dicey for the rest of the day, the U.S. Open returned to the Merion for the first time in 32 years.
Play was suspended early Thursday morning after downpours drenched the greens at the Merion Golf Club. NBC10's Katy Zachry reports.
Spectators at the U.S. Open had to seek shelter as thunderstorms moved over the Merion Golf Club. NBC10's Jesse Gary reports.
The greenskeepers at the Merion Golf Club have worked hard this week to keep the U.S. Open course dry and ready for play.
Spectators catch a glimpse of Tiger Woods as he prepares for the opening round during the last day of practice for the U.S. Open. NBC10's Katy Zachry reports from the Merion Golf Club.