Cleveland native Jason Dufner had a rough back nine and finished at even par 70 for the first round of The Open Championship.
Dufner was two-under through the front nine, but recorded two double-bogeys on the back nine before birdies on holes No. 16 and No. 18 pulled him back to even par.
Adam Scott is atop the leaderboard after shooting a 6-under 64. If he had birdied No. 18 instead of bogey it, he would have shot the lowest round in a major championship. Scott scored three birdies and one bogey on the front nine, with five birdies and the one bogey on the back nine. From holes 11-16, Scott birdied five of the six holes.
Zach Johnson, Nicholas Colsaerts and Paul Lawrie are one stroke behind Scott. Some notable names, including Tiger Woods, are tied for sixth after a 3-under 67. Columbus native and Kent State alum Ben Curtis couldn't find the form that won him the 2003 tournament, as he shot a 5-over 75.
Here is the full leaderboard and below is the top 10.
1. Adam Scott (-6)
T2. Nicholas Colsaerts (-5)
T2. Paul Lawrie (-5)
T2. Zach Johnson (-5)
5. Brandt Snedeker (-4)
T6. Tiger Woods (-3)
T6. Rory McIlroy (-3)
T6. Ernie Els (-3)
T6. Bubba Watson (-3)
T6. Four others tied at -3