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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Colt Knost
The TV cameras didn't show up until Michael Thompson was far enough in front to stumble in and still keep the first-round lead in the U.S. Open.
Carl Pettersson couldn't have had a better time with Colt Knost at the RBC Heritage. He hopes to have as much fun when the two play again on Sunday.
Pettersson, 34, has won four times on tour while Knost, an amateur star who's struggled at this level, acknowledged his nervousness getting ready.
"I could have got rattled pretty easy after that start," Knost said. "But like I said, I'm really proud of the way I hung in."