2011 U.S. Open Leaderboard Update: American Ryan Palmer In Lead Early

The 2011 U.S. Open is in full swing now, and an American is atop the U.S. Open leaderboard early on in Thursday's action. Ryan Palmer, a 34-year old from Texas, is off to a fast start, with three birdies in his first 10 holes to go into sole possession of first place at three-under par. 

A group of three is right behind Palmer at two under, including Chez Reavie, Johan Edfors and Jeff Overton. A host of others sit back at one-under, including defending champion Graeme McDowell. Here is an updated leaderboard.

  1. Ryan Palmer: -3 through 10
  2. Chez Reavie: -2 through 16
  3. Johan Edfors: -2 through 11
  4. Jeff Overton: -2 through 10
  5. Graeme McDowell: -1 through 13
  6. Y.E. Yang: -1 through 12
  7. Jason Day: -1 through 10
  8. J.J Henry: -1 through 10
  9. Davis Love III: -1 through 11
  10. Brandt Jobe: -1 through 10
  11. Christo Greyling: -1 through 9
  12. Bud Cauley: -1 through 7
For a full scoreboard, click here.

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