Poulter Off To Flyer As Play Is Suspended At US Open

Well play didn’t last long at the 113th US Open at Merion, it was suspended at  1.36pm BST after thunder storms were edging closer.

It’s a shame that storms hit when they did as the European starters were fairing well over the first 7 holes. Ian Pouter came out of the blocks birdieing the first three  holes and is currently leading at three under par, Nicholas Colsaerts is at two under after 7 holes as are South African’s Tim Clark and Charl Schwartzel.

The storms aren’t expected to last too long, so let’s hope that play gets underway again soon and the European charge continues! 

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