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Golf Australia Express : June 2014
Even if the history of Pinehurst No.2 warns players to be wary of winning the US Open there, we're not so sure they'd listen. THIRD TIME I SitabadideatowintheUS Open this year? There won’t be a single player teeing it up at the US Open who wouldn’t consider giving their firstborn to have their name inscribed on the honourboard alongside Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus, Rory McIlroy, Ernie Els and Co. But the prospect of becoming the third man to claim victory in a US Open played at Pinehurst No.2 does bare some consideration. Sadly, the time spent on cloud nine was short-lived for those who saluted there. Only two men have fulfilled their US Open dream at Pinehurst. One was dead within months of winning. The other won just one more tournament and has barely been sighted near the top of a leaderboard since. Payne Stewart won his third major at the 1999 US Open when he held Words by Adrian Ballantyne UNLUCKY? the preview