From toilet cleaner to Open qualifier
GLEN ELLYN, Ill. -- Some things you can't make up.
You can't make up the U.S. Open qualifying story of journeyman Anthony Summers, an Australian touring pro who 10 years ago was cleaning toilets and vomit at Sydney's cricket and football stadiums for extra money.
"Easiest job in the world," he said Monday afternoon.
Sure, anything is easier than trying to squeeze into next week's U.S. Open field at Olympic Club. But the 42-year-old Summers, who has never played in a PGA Tour ...
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2012 U.S. OPEN
2012 course: The Olympic Club
Yardage, par: 7,170 yards, par-70
2012 champion: Webb Simpson
Past champions: Complete list
Olympic Club hole flyovers: Front 9 | Back 9
Topics: The U.S. Open