U.S. OpenJune 18, 2015

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.

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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.

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