Thu, 16 Jun, 2016
Hometown professional Michael Putnam hit the first shot of the 115th US Open at 7am local time yesterday and five hours and 13 minutes later was sinking the final putt of his first round for an opening level-par 70 at Chambers Bay near Tacoma, Washington.
Fri, 19 Jun, 2015
WHEN picking a modern day venue capable of meeting the demands of a US Open, the USGA have recently identified huge properties like Congressional, Bethpage & Torrey Pines, all of which have the course strength, the size and infrastructural capability to allow them to maximise the commercial return from the attendance of 50,000 spectators a day.
Fri, 14 Jun, 2013
So what’s it going to be? A thoroughbred major winner with killer course management and length to spare? A major virgin with a hot putter and an even hotter wedge? How about a straight-hitting gut-player with a laser-like long game and a brain?
Thu, 13 Jun, 2013