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It's crowded at top after first round of U.S. Open

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. - The bumper-to-bumper congestion on the road to the U.S. Open had nothing Thursday on the Shinnecock Hills scoreboard.

That's one giant traffic jam, with 13 players bunched at one under, even par or one over. Although that cluster includes Dustin Johnson, the world's top-ranked player, and No. 3 Justin Rose, there are also a host of lesser-known competitors. Eight of the players in

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