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WATCH: Paul Casey chips in for eagle to start US Open

By Dan McDonald
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After Rickie Fowler put up an impressive 7-under 65 during his first round of the U.S. Open this morning, the field teeing off this afternoon has some chasing to do.

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Paul Casey got off to a very quick start to try and chase that number. After leaving his second shot on the par-5 first hole just off the green, he proved to be quite savvy with the wedge and drained his chip shot to get to 2-under right off the bat.

He then followed up this eagle with a birdie on the par-4 second hole and par on the third to get off to a blistering 3-under start through his opening three holes.

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