Seeing red? Don't overreact to low numbers

Updated: August 18, 2006, 12:47 PM ET
By Tim Rosaforte | GolfDigest.com

MEDINAH, Ill. -- You get the sense, talking to Medinah officials and PGA presidents, that the scores were uncomfortably low during the opening round Thursday. Usually at majors, the leading score the first day is right around the winning score three days later. With rain in the forecast, the greens already soft and length obviously not an issue, Medinah No. 3 -- the longest course in major championship history -- is in danger of three more days like this.

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