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Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Visitor] Email
Great news indeed. The more public major venues the better!
02/08/08 @ 14:47
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Reality check: USGA tires of pain-in-the-ahaha, blue blood memberships from the northeast making demands in return for the US Open. Figures that municipal courses, being run by bureaucracies, must be easier pigeons to pluck...now we have three!

Point Two: Remember Sahalee! Who else does? Vijay? About time the USGA moved its national championship for men around the country, instead of around New England. THAT'S why they're heading west.
02/11/08 @ 08:37
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
They want to keep in in cooler climates too, but I don't really care about their motivation. I would just like the general public to have the opportunity to play the same course used for the national championship.

P.S. I would imagine Steve Stricker remembers Sahalee too.
02/11/08 @ 08:48
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01/12/11 @ 20:30

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