Long days still ahead; Kim leads

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Long days still ahead; Kim leads

Kraft Nabisco champ, Lewis, loses first-round advantage at U.S. Open
Seeking her second major championship of the season, Stacy Lewis made four birdies over the last nine holes of the first round Friday in Colorado Springs to take a one-shot lead into lunch, a lead she later lost to I.K. Kim.
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“It’s kind of nerve wracking, but it comes with the territory,” said Lizette Salas, a four-time All-American from Southern California and newly turned pro just one shot off the lead at the LPGA Tour major in Colorado Springs.
Ryann O’Toole started hot on Friday, ending the first round just a shot off the lead, but a stretch of three bogeys in four holes dropped her to even par.
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Also in the three-way tie for second was amateur Amy Anderson, who came to the Broadmoor early Friday to finish her first round but won’t start her second until Saturday morning at the earliest.

Long days still ahead; Kim leads

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Seeking her second major championship of the season, Stacy Lewis made four birdies over the last nine holes of the first round Friday in Colorado Springs to take a one-shot lead into lunch, a lead she later lost to I.K. Kim.
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MARK J. TERRILL/AP
“It’s kind of nerve wracking, but it comes with the territory,” said Lizette Salas, a four-time All-American from Southern California and newly turned pro just one shot off the lead at the LPGA Tour major in Colorado Springs.
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Ryann O’Toole started hot on Friday, ending the first round just a shot off the lead, but a stretch of three bogeys in four holes dropped her to even par.
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CHRIS CARLSON/AP
Also in the three-way tie for second was amateur Amy Anderson, who came to the Broadmoor early Friday to finish her first round but won’t start her second until Saturday morning at the earliest.
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