It took less than 30 minutes for the first triple bogey to be recorded at Chambers Bay
Well, that was fast. The first 30 minutes of the U.S. Open didn't produce a single birdie, but we already witnessed the first triple bogey of the week.
Welcome to Chambers Bay, Josh Persons.
The 31-year-old Web.com Tour player started on the 436-yard, par-4 10th hole and made 7. Probably not the way he envisioned starting off his first time playing in the national championship.
It also signaled a warning to the rest of the field that hasn't teed off yet. By the end of the week, we might just be calling this place Carnage Bay.