OK, so he could have done just about anything on Day 1 and we would have
applauded. He's 14, people! While most people his age are still finishing
up middle school, Zhang was taking his first major exam in golf -- and he
definitely didn't fail. After starting the day eight over through five
holes, the youngest competitor in U.S. Open history played the final 13 at one over and he broke 80 by sinking a 15-foot birdie putt on No. 18. Don't think that's a big deal? Jack Nicklaus shot 80-80 in his U.S. Open debut in 1957. And he was 17.