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2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Discussion Thread


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Ricky found out about the bunker sand up here. Not fluffy. It's heavy crap. We use 8/10 bounce sand wedges at most.

And I've played on some pretty brown courses with some very tall rough that are not fun.

Chambers Bay does not look like a fun course to play. It costs me about $85 for a round and I probably won't play it. I don't have the game.

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Fantastic 3 wood on the drivable 12th by Ollie Schniederjans to inside 10 feet. Will have that putt to also get to -3. The 12th hole is a really fun one to watch.
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Ricky is on course for an 86

Really shocked by that. He was in good form, thought he took a next step, and he usually plays these type of courses rather well.

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Sorry to all Ricky fans. I put money on him. Dead cert round killer.

Ugh I know, i'm screwed. My group was a $10 buy in with 568 people. Top 30 get paid.

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[QUOTE name="iacas" url="/t/81357/2015-u-s-open-at-chambers-bay-discussion-thread/666#post_1156717"] I think it looks really fun.[/QUOTE] I'm with you on that one.  Would need a CPA to keep my score but I know I'd have a blast.
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