• Gregory's 92 garners dubious U.S. Open honor

    10 days ago - By ESPN

    Scott Gregory's first-round 92 at the U.S. Open on Friday was the worst opening-round score at the tournament in 16 years.
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  • This is what a real US Open nightmare looks like

    This is what a real US Open nightmare looks like

    10 days ago - By New York Post

    Scott Gregory's first round at the US Open wasn't all bad - he made par on the first hole. But that was something he wouldn't do again until No. 11. The 23-year old Englishman finished the windy day with a 22-over 92, becoming the first player to shoot 90 or above at the US Open...
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  • Scott Gregory Shoots 92 in 2018 US Open 1st Round, Worst Score in 16 Years

    10 days ago - By Bleacher Report

    The first round of the 2018 U.S. Open has been difficult for most golfers, but Scott Gregory struggled more than anyone Thursday at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club...
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  • U.S. Open 2018: What's it feel like to shoot a 92 in the U.S. Open? Scott Gregory explains

    10 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    Scott Gregory was trying on Thursday during the first round of the U.S. Open. But it was a struggle as he posted a 92, the highest Open score since 2002
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  • Scott Gregory shoots 22-over par 92 at U.S. Open and it's far from the worst round ever

    Scott Gregory shoots 22-over par 92 at U.S. Open and it's far from the worst round ever

    10 days ago - By USA Today

    Scott Gregory, the 2016 British Amateur Champion, shot a 22-over par 92 on the first day of the 2018 U.S. Open. That score, believe it or not, is far from the worst ever at the event.
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  • England's Scott Gregory shoots 22-over 92 in Round 1

    10 days ago - By TheScore

    Twenty-three-year-old Scott Gregory thinks he was just a kid the last time he shot in the 90s. ''It's been a long time,'' he said after shooting a 22-over 92 on Thursday to take a stranglehold on last place early on in the U.S. Open. ''It's not the week I wanted to revisit it.'' Although the 2016 British Amateur champion was in one of the earliest groups, there was no one within nine strokes of him on the leaderboard as the afternoon threesomes began to tee off. His advice for those not yet out on the course: ''You can't miss it long, short, left or right. If you hit it in the middle...
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