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Triple bogey on 18 costs Lehman on day one of the British Open

Austin, Minnesota native Tom Lehman was even par through 17 holes Thursday at the British Open, but a triple bogey on the 18th ended his round in a bad way. He enters round two at 3-over par, tied for 99th place.
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