Oakmont could be toughest U.S. Open venue; Haas wins Principal Charity Classic
With the U.S. Open only days away, one of the biggest questions looming in the minds of players and observers alike is: How tough will Oakmont be? The United States Golf Association likes to ‘toughen up’ U.S. Open venues: Remember Winged Foot last year, where Geoff Ogilvy won at 5-over? The PGA Tour stars should be prepared for more of the same this week, as some preliminary reports suggest Oakmont could be even tougher …
Jay Haas won the Principal Charity Classic last weekend with a final round 2-under-par 69. Haas defeated R.W. Eaks and Brad Bryant by three strokes for his third Champions Tour title of the season …
At GolfEurope.com, Brandon Tucker interviews golf course architect Tom Doak, who talks about his firm’s latest project, The Renaissance Club in East Lothian, Scotland.
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