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Can Players Ground Their Club In The Wasteland At The US Open?

Dustin Johnson strikes a second shot at the 18th hole at Whistling Straits

The 2024 US Open is proving to be yet another stern test of golf, with the world’s best players tackling the tricky and treacherous Pinehurst No.2 in North Carolina.

Although the fairways are, perhaps, generous, for a US Open set-up, the hardpan sand and various shrubbery and pine needles mean that, if you were to go offline, it is a real lottery with what lie you may end up with.


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