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The U.S. Open at Pebble Beach

The world's best golfers vie for the chance to win the 110th rendition of the tournament.

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Undone by his putting, Mickelson has 'frustrating' round at Pebble Beach
Article | Undone by his putting, Phil Mickelson shoots a 4-over-par 75 in the first round of the U.S. Open.
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McDowell dodges falling stars
Article | There is no way to tell the story of what happened here Sunday without squinting, shuddering, averting the eyes. Pebble Beach, among the most beautiful places in all of sports, hosted the final round of a U.S. Open that will, unfortunately, be remembered for its abject ugliness.
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The hole that's 'nearly impossible'
Article | PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF. -- The most famous, most memorable shot ever played at Pebble Beach Golf Links came off the wedge of Tom Watson 28 years ago this weekend. He was battling Jack Nicklaus in the final round of the U.S. Open. His ball was down in some rough behind a green. He sized it up, got the...
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McDowell leads, but Lefty is lurking
Article | PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF. -- What Graeme McDowell accomplished to sit atop the leader board at the U.S. Open cannot be ignored, because a round of 3-under-par 68 on fair-but-treacherous Pebble Beach Golf Links deserves acknowledgment. Ernie Els, himself a two-time Open champion, matched that score in...

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