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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.

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