***2024 US Open Golf Thread Pinehurst #2***

Clonefan32

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I'd love to see Scotty win another one, and I'd love to see Tiger around for the weekend. Besides that, I just root for chaos.
 

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I see Rory and his wife worked things out it seems. That’s good for them hopefully.
 

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Anyone else kind of just "meh" about Pinehurst? Don't know what it is but I'm just not a big fan of courses with no water hazards on them.
 
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No one should ever shoot 65 at a US Open and 22 guys (as of right now) under par is way too many.

Even should always be the winning score at an Open.

Now get off my lawn.
I honestly just think there's too much talent to ever go back to E being a winning score
 
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Anyone else kind of just "meh" about Pinehurst? Don't know what it is but I'm just not a big fan of courses with no water hazards on them.
I like it, unique with the waste areas and natural grasses, the greens are fascinating, drop offs all over.
 
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I honestly just think there's too much talent to ever go back to E being a winning score
I agree. If you make it so hard to keep the score around even, I don't believe the best player will win...just the most fortunate/lucky.

These clubs are owned and played on by mortals (golf mortals, anyway). To get a meaningful score near par, the USGA needs to build a rota of courses built specifically for US Open play.
 

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