Golf: The U.S. Open's Soggy Start

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As golf's U.S. Open starts up, the biggest story is the weather. Days of rain in New York have made for a group of soggy players and an extremely wet course. Tiger Woods tries to defend his title, while fan favorite Phil Mickleson tries to focus on the course while his wife battles breast cancer. For analysis and predictions we turn to Bob Harig, golf writer for ESPN.com.