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Why the USGA Wants a Quiet U.S. Open

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Mike Davis was on the 18th green after last year’s U.S. Open at Oakmont when public sentiment toward the USGA became clear.

Moments earlier, the USGA executive director had been confronted by golf legend Jack Nicklaus over the rules controversy that overshadowed Dustin Johnson’s victory. Now, as the trophy presentation for Johnson got underway,…

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