Henley leads fog-delayed Open as Koepka makes presence felt

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Russell Henley had a 67 and the temporary lead in the fog-delayed U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. Louis Oosthuizen had a chance to join him or pass him when he finishes his last two holes in the morning. But the name that stands out is Brooks Koepka. Once again, Koepka is making his presence felt in a major. He seems to have it all figured out even after a simple round of 69 left him two shots behind. Koepka had his record sixth consecutive round in the 60s at U.S. Open, and his 11th in his last 14 rounds.