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The 115th playing of the U.S. Open Championship is shaping up to be one that will be remembered for all time. The course, Chambers Bay, is for the most part unknown by the players and caddies. Only a few players in this Open also competed at the 2010 U.S. Amateur.
In typical U.S. Open fashion, the 610-acre former sand and gravel quarry, should provide the world's best all they can handle as they traverse the dried out humps and bumps of Chambers Bay!
Here are a few of our favorite images from the practice rounds.
Expecting a real test this week for the worlds best. Could be wrong, but do not anticipate a lot of low scores at this US Open. Will be watching our FJ players hoping a winner can come out of that group.
I like variety, especially going to a home game for me at Bethpage a few years back. Chambers Bay was a great track, albeit the greens. But, everyone played the same course. Nothing in the rule book stating perfectly manicured conditions required!...LOL
Good week for Team Titleist!.....
It's fun to see these best players work hard for low scores. Back nine playing much harder than front. Good luck Rickie Fowler.