"I don't have the battle scars that some of these guys have from the previous ones," Adam Hadwin of Canada said. "But the guys are hungry. Everybody who's been there really wants to win. We've got a crop of freshmen coming in wide-eyed and ready to play good golf. It's going to be fun - difficult, but fun."
"You don't often see that in a U.S. Open," Hadwin said. "But there's way too many holes out here where one bad shot could be a double bogey quickly. So I did a really good job of staying present, staying focused on the next shot."