Five holes on, my man David Howell is one over. And, as always, the first day exposes something that the prognosticators forgot: The grass. Winged Foot has poa annua greens. Poa is a wild, bumpy grass, which used to be common. It gets bumpier later in the day as it buds, although it can be very fast. Old-time golfers saw a lot of it. Modern, younger golfers seldom play on it. Tiger is having a heck of a time with it, bogeying four out of the first five holes.
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