PINEHURST, N.C. -- At the end of any U.S. Open, there is always the question of how the field stood up to the golf course.
At last year's Open, Justin Rose wasn't as much the winner as he was the player who had the lowest score at the end of a one-sided fight won by the Merion Golf Club.
This year, there was nearly universal belief among the players at the beginning of the week that Pinehurst No. 2 would yield at best a winner who finished around par. We ...
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