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June 9-15, 2014
Pinehurst Resort
Pinehurst, NC


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What are you doing June 9th, to the 15th 2014? If you're holding U.S. Open Golf Tournament tickets you'll be in Pinehurst, North Carolina witnessing a wide open field of golf's biggest names and up and coming players take on the challenge of Pinehurst, one of the countries most famous courses.  Get your U.S Open tickets well in advance, or be left at the gate when the action gets hot.

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U.S Open tickets has gaven golf fans a look at what the world's most challenging game can do to even the best of players. Phil Mickelson, who blew away the rest of the pack at the Masters, was poised to take another win at the U.S Open. Mickelson had a one shot lead, having been challenged for the top spot by five different players over the course of the tournament and overcoming them all. Now, on the 18 hole, Mickelson need only a par to claim the U.S Open. But Mickelson's shot off the tee sliced hard and bounced off a tent. His second shot found a tree in the way and his third landed in a bunker. By the time it was over fans with U.S Open tickets had witnessed one of the greatest collapses in golf history as Mickelson watched his game fall apart, shooting a double-bogey 6, and handing the 2006 U.S Open to Geoff Ogilvy. Ogilvy watched from the clubhouse as Mickelson folded, becoming only the second Australian to claim a U.S. Open.

It's just that kind of heartbreak (for Mickelson) and exultation (for Ogilvy) that U.S. Open tickets bring on a routine basis. Sam Snead shot a triple-bogey in 1939 when he needed only a par to win. Mickelson left Winged Foot still lacking a U.S Open Championship, something he's dreamed of since he was a kid and let slip through his fingers in 2006. Who will be the next U.S Open Champion? Will Mickelson rebound on the grounds of Oakmont in 2007 or has his chance slipped away? Be at Oakmont for all the heartstopping, and possibly heartbreaking, action. Get your U.S. Open Golf Tournament tickets from FrontRow.com today!

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A quiet post-Masters for Watson - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

A quiet post-Masters for Watson
Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Before leaving Tuesday morning for The Greenbrier resort in West Virginia, Watson decided to pay an unannounced visit to the Golf Channel studio and wanted to keep it a surprise. “True Bubba style,” manager Jens Beck ... As for the U.S. Open? Go all the way back to 1913, when an amateur named Francis Ouimet won. … Maybe this is a good omen for Phil Mickelson missing the cut at the Masters. Raymond Floyd also was 43 when he missed the cut at the 1986 Masters. Floyd went on to win the U.S. Open that ...

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Its' a quiet post-Masters for Watson, with a surprise - FOXSports.com

Its' a quiet post-Masters for Watson, with a surprise
FOXSports.com
Before leaving Tuesday morning for The Greenbrier resort in West Virginia, Watson decided to pay an unannounced visit to the Golf Channel studio and wanted to keep it a surprise. ''True Bubba style,'' manager Jens Beck ... As for the U.S. Open? Go all the way back to 1913, when an amateur named Francis Ouimet won. . . . Maybe this is a good omen for Phil Mickelson missing the cut at the Masters. Raymond Floyd also was 43 when he missed the cut at the 1986 Masters. Floyd went on to win the U.S. Open that ...

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Friend says he doesn't expect Tiger Woods to play US Open - Fayetteville Observer

Friend says he doesn't expect Tiger Woods to play US Open
Fayetteville Observer
Notah Begay doesn't expect to see Tiger Woods at the U.S. Open. Woods had back surgery a week before the Masters to alleviate a pinched nerve and has said only he would be out of golf until this summer. Begay is one of Woods' closest friends, and he told ...

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Notebook: Tiger Woods likely to miss U.S. Open, says pal Notah Begay - PGA.com

PGA.com

Notebook: Tiger Woods likely to miss U.S. Open, says pal Notah Begay
PGA.com
Ian Barker from the Official World Golf Ranking said if neither Woods nor Adam Scott plays again over the next month – a year ago, Scott took three weeks off – then enough points would come off Woods' ledger that Scott would pass him after The Players ...

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GOLF NOTEBOOK: A quiet post-Masters for Watson, with a surprise - The Mercury

GOLF NOTEBOOK: A quiet post-Masters for Watson, with a surprise
The Mercury
As for the U.S. Open? Go all the way back to 1913, when an amateur named Francis Ouimet won. ... Maybe this is a good omen for Phil Mickelson missing the cut at the Masters. Raymond Floyd also was 43 when he missed the cut at the 1986 Masters.

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