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USGA didn't drop the ball

Special areas kept US Open moving

By Jim McCabe
Globe Staff / June 22, 2006

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It was not a good walk spoiled, not on that first trip around vaunted Winged Foot Golf Club, anyway. The holes were too majestic, the routing too supreme, the challenge too daunting to be anything other than enthused about as classic an American course as there is. (Full article: 1245 words)

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