OAKMONT, Pa. — Confusion is not an especially unusual condition for a U.S. Open beset by spectacular thunderstorms, but this one may go three days before the first game story can be written with a final score from any round.
Oakmont dries off
For an hour after the players resumed their rounds Friday morning, spectators weren’t allowed in the gates because parking and walking areas were under water.
So there was no gallery there to witness first-round leader Andrew Landry hit his one shot — a 12-foot-birdie putt — to complete his 66.
“Have you ever been on the 18th hole with a birdie putt that you made, and heard nothing?” someone asked.
“Yes, many times,” said the nearly…