U.S. Open 2012: Jason Dufner At Two-Over Through Nine Holes

Cleveland native Jason Dufner has completed his first nine holes at the U.S. Open and stands at two-over-par. Dufner, who started on the ninth hole, bogeyed the 12th and 16th hole during his opening round. He is tied for 41st.

Dennis Miller, a qualifier from Youngstown, is at eight-over through his first 12 holes. The lone bright spot of his round thus far was a birdie on the eighth hole.

Dufner and Miller are chasing fellow American Michael Thompson for the U.S. Open lead. Thompson, who has completed his round, is four-under par.

With the tournament taking place in San Francisco, there are several golfers still on the course due to the later start.

Visit USOpen.com for the latest live leaderboard.

For all your news and updates throughout the 2012 U.S. Open at Olympic, stay tuned to thisStoryStream and visit SB Nation's dedicated golf hub. Be sure to head over toUSOpen.com for even more coverage from the event.

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