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2014 U.S. Open Round Two Leader Board

Written by: Tony Korologos | Friday, June 13th, 2014
Categories: PGA TourPro GolfRory McIloryU.S. OPENUSGA
POS PLAYER TO PAR R1 R2 TOTAL
1  KAYMER, Martin -10 65 65 130
2  TODD, Brendon -4 69 67 136
T3  NA, Kevin -3 68 69 137
T3  SNEDEKER, Brandt -3 69 68 137
T5  KOEPKA, Brooks -2 70 68 138
T5  JOHNSON, Dustin -2 69 69 138
T5  DE JONGE, Brendon -2 68 70 138
T5  BRADLEY, Keegan -2 69 69 138
T5  STENSON, Henrik -2 69 69 138
T10  KUCHAR, Matt -1 69 70 139
T10  MCILROY, Rory -1 71 68 139
T10  KIRK, Chris -1 71 68 139
T10  SPIETH, Jordan -1 69 70 139
T14  SCOTT, Adam E 73 67 140
T14  MOLINARI, Francesco E 69 71 140
T14  COMPTON, Erik E 72 68 140
T14  POULTER, Ian E 70 70 140
T14  MATSUYAMA, Hideki E 69 71 140
T14  FOWLER, Rickie E 70 70 140
T20  STRICKER, Steve +1 70 71 141
T20  HOLMES, J.B. +1 70 71 141
T20  WILLETT, Danny +1 70 71 141
T20  SIEM, Marcel +1 70 71 141
T20  DAY, Jason +1 73 68 141
T20  ROSE, Justin +1 72 69 141
T20  BADDELEY, Aaron +1 70 71 141
T27  WALKER, Jimmy +2 70 72 142
T27  DUBUISSON, Victor +2 70 72 142
T27  NOH, Seung-Yul +2 70 72 142
T27  QUINN, Fran +2 68 74 142
T27  BJERREGAARD, Lucas +2 70 72 142
T27  MCDOWELL, Graeme +2 68 74 142
T33  MULROY, Garth +3 71 72 143
T33  FURYK, Jim +3 73 70 143
T33  WOODLAND, Gary +3 72 71 143
T33  BERGER, Daniel +3 72 71 143
T33  LANGLEY, Scott +3 72 71 143
T33  REED, Patrick +3 71 72 143
T33  SIMPSON, Webb +3 71 72 143
T33  MICKELSON, Phil +3 70 73 143
T33  HORSCHEL, Billy +3 75 68 143
T33  PERRY, Kenny +3 74 69 143
T33  KAPUR, Shiv +3 73 70 143
T44  CEJKA, Alex +4 73 71 144
T44  HAAS, Bill +4 72 72 144
T44  CINK, Stewart +4 72 72 144
T44  ENGLISH, Harris +4 69 75 144
T44  ELS, Ernie +4 74 70 144
T44  OOSTHUIZEN, Louis +4 71 73 144
T44  GOOSEN, Retief +4 73 71 144
T44  VAN PELT, Bo +4 72 72 144
T44  TWAY, Kevin +4 72 72 144
T44  GRIBBLE, Cody +4 72 72 144
T44  MOORE, Ryan +4 76 68 144
T44  GARCIA, Sergio +4 73 71 144
T44  WEEKLEY, Boo +4 71 73 144
T44  FITZPATRICK, Matthew (a) +4 71 73 144
T44  HENLEY, Russell +4 70 74 144
T44  RASK, Clayton +4 73 71 144
T60  STADLER, Kevin +5 77 68 145
T60  LEONARD, Justin +5 75 70 145
T60  CASEY, Paul +5 70 75 145
T60  TANIGUCHI, Toru +5 72 73 145
T60  BLAIR, Zac +5 71 74 145
T60  JOHNSON, Zach +5 71 74 145
T60  HURLEY III, Billy +5 71 74 145
T60  LINDHEIM, Nicholas +5 72 73 145
MC  WITTENBERG, Casey 74 72 146
MC  ECHAVARRIA, Andres 74 72 146
MC  SWAFFORD, Hudson 76 70 146
MC  WILSON, Mark 70 76 146
MC  LOWRY, Shane 73 73 146
MC  DONALD, Luke 77 69 146
MC  WATSON, Bubba 76 70 146
MC  SCHWARTZEL, Charl 70 76 146
MC  DUFNER, Jason 72 74 146
MC  MAHAN, Hunter 74 72 146
MC  PAMPLING, Rod 73 73 146
MC  WHITSETT, Cory (a) 77 69 146
MC  STEWART, Hunter (a) 75 71 146
MC  LEE, Kyoung-Hoon 74 72 146
MC  JONES, Matt 74 72 146
MC  CABRERA, Angel 74 72 146
MC  JIMENEZ, Miguel Angel 72 74 146
MC  JAIDEE, Thongchai 73 73 146
MC  LUITEN, Joost 70 76 146
MC  DOBYNS, Matt 74 72 146
MC  CAMPBELL, Brian (a) 76 70 146
MC  DUKE, Ken 75 72 147
MC  SENDEN, John 71 76 147
MC  COLSAERTS, Nicolas 72 75 147
MC  CLARKE, Darren 75 72 147
MC  OGILVY, Geoff 73 74 147
MC  BLAUM, Ryan 73 74 147
MC  GUTHRIE, Luke 73 74 147
MC  RENNER, Jim 74 73 147
MC  DOAK, Chris 74 73 147
MC  PAVAN, Andrea 75 72 147
MC  GALLACHER, Stephen 73 74 147
MC  TOMS, David 73 74 147
MC  GLOVER, Lucas 79 69 148
MC  PALMER, Ryan 74 74 148
MC  GOSSETT, David 76 72 148
MC  LOVE, Sam 76 72 148
MC  WILSON, Cameron (a) 78 70 148
MC  COLLINS, Chad 74 74 148
MC  STUARD, Brian 75 73 148
MC  EVERY, Matt 76 72 148
MC  CASTRO, Roberto 74 74 148
MC  WESTWOOD, Lee 75 73 148
MC  WATNEY, Nick 76 72 148
MC  LIANG, Wen-Chong 74 74 148
MC  THOMAS, Justin 75 73 148
MC  FISHER, Oliver 74 75 149
MC  OGILVIE, Joe 73 76 149
MC  NORLANDER, Henrik 70 79 149
MC  LARRAZABAL, Pablo 71 78 149
MC  LEWIS, Tom 79 70 149
MC  BARLOW, Craig 74 75 149
MC  KAUFMAN, Smylie 73 76 149
MC  FASTH, Niclas 76 74 150
MC  DELAET, Graham 75 75 150
MC  WIESBERGER, Bernd 72 78 150
MC  KIM, Hyung-Sung 73 77 150
MC  SUTHERLAND, Kevin 75 75 150
MC  KIEFFER, Maximilian 76 74 150
MC  MCNEALY, Maverick (a) 74 76 150
MC  BROUSSARD, Anthony 78 72 150
MC  STORM, Graeme 72 79 151
MC  OH, David 75 76 151
MC  YANG, Y.E. 75 76 151
MC  DONALDSON, Jamie 70 81 151
MC  STEGMAIER, Brett 77 74 151
MC  POINTS, D.A. 77 74 151
MC  WATT, Brady 77 74 151
MC  ALKER, Steven 76 76 152
MC  STREELMAN, Kevin 75 77 152
MC  FERNANDEZ-CASTANO, Gonzalo 76 76 152
MC  GRIFFITHS, Simon 72 80 152
MC  OPPENHEIM, Rob 75 77 152
MC  KISNER, Kevin 75 77 152
MC  ALLENBY, Robert 79 73 152
MC  PRICE, Aron 78 74 152
MC  BLIXT, Jonas 77 76 153
MC  MAGGERT, Jeff 73 80 153
MC  SHELTON, Robby (a) 78 75 153
MC  MASON, Nick 78 75 153
MC  THOMPSON, Chris 80 74 154
MC  GOSS, Oliver (a) 71 83 154
MC  GATES, Bobby 79 76 155
MC  CONSTABLE, Donald 82 73 155
MC  MCIVER, Brandon (a) 82 73 155
MC  GRIMMER, Will (a) 77 80 157
MC  DORN, Andrew (a) 79 80 159
MC  YANO, Azuma 77 83 160
MC  MIYAZATO, Kiyoshi 81 81 162

2014 U.S. Open Round One Leader Board

Written by: Tony Korologos | Thursday, June 12th, 2014
Categories: PGA TourPro GolfRory McIloryU.S. OPENUSGA
POS Player To Par Round One
1  KAYMER, Martin -5 65
T2  NA, Kevin -2 68
T2  MCDOWELL, Graeme -2 68
T2  DE JONGE, Brendon -2 68
T2  QUINN, Fran -2 68
T6  SNEDEKER, Brandt -1 69
T6  STENSON, Henrik -1 69
T6  KUCHAR, Matt -1 69
T6  TODD, Brendon -1 69
T6  SPIETH, Jordan -1 69
T6  MATSUYAMA, Hideki -1 69
T6  JOHNSON, Dustin -1 69
T6  ENGLISH, Harris -1 69
T6  BRADLEY, Keegan -1 69
T6  MOLINARI, Francesco -1 69
T16  NORLANDER, Henrik E 70
T16  BJERREGAARD, Lucas E 70
T16  SIEM, Marcel E 70
T16  POULTER, Ian E 70
T16  MICKELSON, Phil E 70
T16  LUITEN, Joost E 70
T16  HENLEY, Russell E 70
T16  FOWLER, Rickie E 70
T16  BADDELEY, Aaron E 70
T16  KOEPKA, Brooks E 70
T16  WILSON, Mark E 70
T16  WALKER, Jimmy E 70
T16  DUBUISSON, Victor E 70
T16  STRICKER, Steve E 70
T16  SCHWARTZEL, Charl E 70
T16  CASEY, Paul E 70
T16  HOLMES, J.B. E 70
T16  DONALDSON, Jamie E 70
T16  NOH, Seung-Yul E 70
T16  WILLETT, Danny E 70
T36  LARRAZABAL, Pablo +1 71
T36  REED, Patrick +1 71
T36  WEEKLEY, Boo +1 71
T36  SIMPSON, Webb +1 71
T36  MCILROY, Rory +1 71
T36  JOHNSON, Zach +1 71
T36  FITZPATRICK, Matthew (a) +1 71
T36  KIRK, Chris +1 71
T36  HURLEY III, Billy +1 71
T36  GOSS, Oliver (a) +1 71
T36  MULROY, Garth +1 71
T36  SENDEN, John +1 71
T36  OOSTHUIZEN, Louis +1 71
T36  BLAIR, Zac +1 71
T50  BERGER, Daniel +2 72
T50  COMPTON, Erik +2 72
T50  LANGLEY, Scott +2 72
T50  JIMENEZ, Miguel Angel +2 72
T50  ROSE, Justin +2 72
T50  LINDHEIM, Nicholas +2 72
T50  STORM, Graeme +2 72
T50  COLSAERTS, Nicolas +2 72
T50  HAAS, Bill +2 72
T50  CINK, Stewart +2 72
T50  WOODLAND, Gary +2 72
T50  DUFNER, Jason +2 72
T50  WIESBERGER, Bernd +2 72
T50  TANIGUCHI, Toru +2 72
T50  VAN PELT, Bo +2 72
T50  TWAY, Kevin +2 72
T50  GRIFFITHS, Simon +2 72
T50  GRIBBLE, Cody +2 72
T68  GARCIA, Sergio +3 73
T68  DAY, Jason +3 73
T68  GALLACHER, Stephen +3 73
T68  TOMS, David +3 73
T68  JAIDEE, Thongchai +3 73
T68  MAGGERT, Jeff +3 73
T68  KAPUR, Shiv +3 73
T68  KAUFMAN, Smylie +3 73
T68  RASK, Clayton +3 73
T68  CEJKA, Alex +3 73
T68  OGILVIE, Joe +3 73
T68  FURYK, Jim +3 73
T68  LOWRY, Shane +3 73
T68  SCOTT, Adam +3 73
T68  GOOSEN, Retief +3 73
T68  OGILVY, Geoff +3 73
T68  KIM, Hyung-Sung +3 73
T68  PAMPLING, Rod +3 73
T68  GUTHRIE, Luke +3 73
T68  BLAUM, Ryan +3 73
T88  COLLINS, Chad +4 74
T88  LEE, Kyoung-Hoon +4 74
T88  CASTRO, Roberto +4 74
T88  JONES, Matt +4 74
T88  CABRERA, Angel +4 74
T88  PERRY, Kenny +4 74
T88  BARLOW, Craig +4 74
T88  LIANG, Wen-Chong +4 74
T88  DOBYNS, Matt +4 74
T88  MCNEALY, Maverick (a) +4 74
T88  FISHER, Oliver +4 74
T88  WITTENBERG, Casey +4 74
T88  ECHAVARRIA, Andres +4 74
T88  ELS, Ernie +4 74
T88  MAHAN, Hunter +4 74
T88  PALMER, Ryan +4 74
T88  RENNER, Jim +4 74
T88  DOAK, Chris +4 74
T106  OPPENHEIM, Rob +5 75
T106  STUARD, Brian +5 75
T106  PAVAN, Andrea +5 75
T106  KISNER, Kevin +5 75
T106  WESTWOOD, Lee +5 75
T106  HORSCHEL, Billy +5 75
T106  SUTHERLAND, Kevin +5 75
T106  THOMAS, Justin +5 75
T106  OH, David +5 75
T106  DUKE, Ken +5 75
T106  LEONARD, Justin +5 75
T106  YANG, Y.E. +5 75
T106  CLARKE, Darren +5 75
T106  DELAET, Graham +5 75
T106  STREELMAN, Kevin +5 75
T106  STEWART, Hunter (a) +5 75
T122  EVERY, Matt +6 76
T122  MOORE, Ryan +6 76
T122  WATNEY, Nick +6 76
T122  KIEFFER, Maximilian +6 76
T122  CAMPBELL, Brian (a) +6 76
T122  ALKER, Steven +6 76
T122  FASTH, Niclas +6 76
T122  SWAFFORD, Hudson +6 76
T122  WATSON, Bubba +6 76
T122  FERNANDEZ-CASTANO, Gonzalo +6 76
T122  GOSSETT, David +6 76
T122  LOVE, Sam +6 76
T134  STEGMAIER, Brett +7 77
T134  POINTS, D.A. +7 77
T134  BLIXT, Jonas +7 77
T134  WATT, Brady +7 77
T134  GRIMMER, Will (a) +7 77
T134  STADLER, Kevin +7 77
T134  DONALD, Luke +7 77
T134  WHITSETT, Cory (a) +7 77
T134  YANO, Azuma +7 77
T143  WILSON, Cameron (a) +8 78
T143  PRICE, Aron +8 78
T143  SHELTON, Robby (a) +8 78
T143  MASON, Nick +8 78
T143  BROUSSARD, Anthony +8 78
T148  ALLENBY, Robert +9 79
T148  LEWIS, Tom +9 79
T148  GATES, Bobby +9 79
T148  GLOVER, Lucas +9 79
T148  DORN, Andrew (a) +9 79
153  THOMPSON, Chris +10 80
154  MIYAZATO, Kiyoshi +11 81
T155  MCIVER, Brandon (a) +12 82
T155  CONSTABLE, Donald +12 82

2014 U.S. Open TV Viewing Schedule

Written by: Tony Korologos | Thursday, June 12th, 2014
Categories: PGA TourPro GolfRory McIloryU.S. OPENUSGA
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usgaThursday June 12

ESPN 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
NBC 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
ESPN2 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Friday June 13

ESPN 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
NBC 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
ESPN2 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Saturday June 14

NBC 12:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Sunday June 15

NBC 12:00 PM – 7:30 PM

All times eastern.

DirecTV

DIRECTV’s HD Mix Channel (701) will offer four views of the tournament: the network (ESPN/NBC) feed (702), Featured Group 1 (703), Featured Group 2 (704) and a Featured Hole (705). Each bonus channel can be tuned full-screen at the touch of a button and will have a team of announcers. The Mix will also be available during all weekend coverage of the tournament on the HD Sports Mix (205 and 600).  While viewing any channel, viewers will also have access to an interactive menu of features through the red color key on the remote. They include: Player Scorecard with key bio info, player headshots, scores and stats, add a player to a favorites list; and Pairings and Tee Times, all the groups and tee times for the current round.


2013 Year in Review – Part Uno

2013 was quite a year for Hooked On Golf Blog and me, Tony Korologos. This article is part one of two (part two tomorrow), looking back at 2013 from at HOG viewpoint.

Rory McIlroy NikeJanuary

Ah the beginning of a new year and the hopes that my short game would improve. There’s always 2014…

Rory McIlory switched to Nike Golf. Personal issues, business issues, and perhaps the equipment switch would contribute to a less-than-satisfying year on the course for Rory.

Attended the PGA Show for the billionth time. Orlando hates me and my body. Had a great time seeing the new gear, meeting old golf friends and battling in the Battle of the Golf Blogs.

Mike and Kevin Foley & MeFebruary

February I posted a bunch of golf videos from the PGA Merchandise Show.

Asher Golf’s James Roundy, a local friend, passed. Sad.

The Hooked On Golf Blog World Tour traveled to Bogota, Colombia. What a fantastic trip! I got to play golf with Web.com Tour star Kevin Foley in the Web.com Tour Colombia Championship Pro-Am. Kevin would later gain his PGA Tour card for 2014! He must have learned from my dual chicken wing granny over the top swing.

La Cima Club de Golf - Click to enlarge

March

While in Colombia I played golf at La Cima Golf Course, 10,000 feet above sea level in the Andes Mountains. Wow. Ball go far.

Met Web.com Tour player Dusty Fielding. Nice kid.

A fun blog post was “Filtering Out the Noise: Golf Social Networking’s Top 10 Overused Status Updates.

I reviewed the Cobra Amp Cell driver.

Cobra Amp Cell Irons - click for more

April

Bubba’s Hover was the video rage. Bubba Watson released a golf cart hovercraft!

Of course, April is Masters month. Not a month is busier for me or HOG. Lots of Masters related articles. Adam Scott won the Masters in dramatic fashion. Angel Cabrera hit what I consider the shot of the year with his approach on the final hole to about two feet. That shot resulted in a birdie to tie Adam Scott and force a playoff.

I reviewed the Cobra Amp Cell irons.

Ecco Tour Hybrid Wingtip Golf Shoes - click to see more

May

Ecco Golf came out with hybrid wingtip shoes. Some of the coolest crossover shoes ever.

Tiger Woods won THE PLAYERS (always write “The Players” in ALL CAPS, it is what they do). Sergio Garcia and Tiger Woods had a little tiff which the media went into a feeding frenzy over. Sergio eventually apologized for some not-so-nice comments.

HOG poll results told us that Delta Airlines is the worst airline for golf travel.

Good thing Adam Scott won the Masters when he did. The USGA and R&A announced the ban on anchored golf clubs, beginning January 1st, 2016. Bye bye belly.

Eric/Tom sent in some great fan mail, calling me an “asshole who sucks at golf and couldn’t break 100” all because of a golf bag I reviewed. Thanks Eric/Tom!

I fell down a volcano and suffered volcanic road rash. Thankfully my Nikon survived.

Sand BagJune

I played in the Salt Lake Amateur golf tournament. I was right in the mix through 27 holes until my back went out on the 10th tee.  I finished, but the last nine was not pretty. Bugger. Kill me.

HOG readers voted Southwest Airlines as the best airline for golf travel by a landslide.

I reviewed a very cool book: An American Caddie in St. Andrews: Growing Up, Girls, and Looping on the Old Course.

Posted an article on golf CHEATERS. That’s what sandbaggers are.

Justin Rose won the U.S. Open in amazing fashion. That was one of the best ball striking displays I’ve ever seen.

On June 30, I boarded an airplane bound for St. Andrews, Scotland.


2013 U.S. Open Commentary

Written by: Tony Korologos | Monday, June 17th, 2013
Categories: Champions TourEuropean TourPGA TourPro GolfRory McIloryThe MastersTiger WoodsU.S. OPENUSGAWeb.com Tour

U.S. Open Alternate Titles

Menacing Merion
Merion Massacre
Misfortune at Merion
Misery at Merion
Merion Comes Up Rose
Merion Mayhem
Mahan Misses at Merion
Mickelson Misses Moment at Merion
USGA Declared Winner At U.S. Open

Open Hangover

I didn’t feel too well after the U.S. Open finished yesterday. Either I was dehydrated from my early morning pre-Open round, or I was jacked up from the pressure and gut wrenching drama of the U.S. Open. How’d you like the Open? How was the course setup for you?

Course Setup

The “U.S. Open-ifying” of the course was exactly what I’d expected. I expected to see rough that produced bogeys or worse, and insanely fast greens. The USGA is looking for a winning score of even-par and that’s what they essentially got (+1). There is a lot of discussion, as there always is during the U.S. Open, about whether the setup was “fair” or “manipulated” or “tricked up.” If the goal was to produce a winning score of even-par, the USGA nailed it. Did they compromise some of the holes at Merion in doing so?

If the goal was to preserve some of the same shot values as those in the past Opens at Merion, they probably missed the mark. The par-3 3rd hole was playing at about 274 uphill, into the wind. Many players had to hit driver. There was no bailout or layup area. After scoring a double on the hole in the final round, Phil Mickelson turned to USGA Executive Director Mike Davis who was following his group and said, “274? That’s terrible. Can’t even reach it.”

The final hole was playing so difficult that none of the 148 who played it Sunday made birdie. None. The eventual open winner Justin Rose, navigated the final hole in par after hitting a brilliant 4-iron approach which went through the green to the back fringe.

No matter what side you’re on regarding the course setup, you might agree that the player who executed the best shots all around did win the championship.

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods was crowned the 2013 U.S. Open trophy by many in the media and many fans before the championship even started. Tiger’s play was below mediocre. His putting and chipping were downright awful. Before the Open, the “will Tiger break Jack’s major record” questions were nauseatingly once again being posed. After this open I can’t help but think that those who ask that question should forget that one and start asking whether or not Tiger will win another major, ever.

Despite going FIVE years without a major win and so many poor showings, Tiger is the favorite already to win the British Open Championship. I’ll take the field until further notice.

Rory McIlory

I’m not sure if it is the gear change to Nike and/or the big money that came along with it. Perhaps it is a matter of focusing more on the hot tennis pro girlfriend. Perhaps it is just a case of sophomore-itis. Whatever the reason, Rory McIlory is not focused. Until he can refocus, he will not be a factor in major championships.

Steve Stricker

It was heartbreaking to watch Steve Stricker collapse Sunday. He was in a great position to win his first major. Hitting a shot OB and then shanking another OB was brutal. I felt terrible for him. That was perhaps part of the reason I didn’t feel well after the tournament was over. He’ll get more chances at major championships obviously, but this one was there for him.

Phil Mickelson

What can you say about Phil? Some people love him and some hate him. He put on quite a show for both of those groups. He’s the only player I can think of in history that can make two double bogeys in the final round of a U.S. Open and have a shot at winning it with 1-3 holes to go.

Hunter Mahan

In my own (very) small way I empathise with Hunter Mahan. His driving and ball striking was so good, but his short game was the weak link which cost him this major.

Jason Day

Jason Day is amazing. He’s always in contention in majors lately. His performance this week was just short of brilliant. Mark it down. He’ll win a major. Best shot for him would be the Masters in my opinion.

Charl Schwartzel

The Schwartz was definitely not with Charl yesterday.  He was in the lead for a moment, but then uncharacteristically melted down.  My golf buddies call that a “Chernobyl.”  I couldn’t believe how many putts he missed.  Charl had five bogeys and a double-bogey on the front alone.  That was tough to watch and very unexpected for a player who has such big golf kahunas.  Held the lead at one time, shoots +8 and ends up tied for 14th.

Luke Donald

This was a tournament well suited for a Luke Donald win.  Hitting that girl in the head with his drive (on a par-3, the 3rd hole) did Luke in.  He was visibly shaken by that event, though not as shaken as the girl, who was knocked unconscious.

ESPN Coverage

I throw up in my mouth a little bit, every time I hear that ESPN will be covering golf.  I’ve grown so tired of Chris Berman’s awful golf announcing that I had the sound turned off the first two days.  Nothing personal, but I don’t want to hear “underneath par” and “rumblin’ stumblin’ bublin'” ever again.  The shtick is old.  Really old.

I know a lot of people don’t like Johnny Miller’s commentary, but at least he knows about golf.

Final Thoughts

The U.S. Open is a great championship and I enjoy watching the drama. It isn’t the kind of golf I’d want to watch week in and week out though. I think most golf fans would agree. Is it the best tournament as far as excitement and entertainment goes? Not even close. The Masters blows it away.

Congratulations to Justin Rose. A well deserved championship to the player who clearly handled the conditions and challenges at Merion the best this past week.


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