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Chambers Bay greens elicit grumbling at U.S. Open

Chambers Bay greens elicit grumbling at U.S. Open

The players in the U.S. Open did not go quietly into the sunset on Puget Sound at Chambers Bay. Some torched it and its dying greens, and none more so than Billy Horschel. The former PGA Tour FedEx Cup champion stepped up to the podium after his round of three-under-par 67 and said he'd been waiting all week to blow up about what he perceived was an unfair setup, particularly on the putting surfaces. He joked that he'd talk for an hour if reporters wanted him to. "I think a lot of players, and I'm one of them, have lost some respect for the USGA and this championship this year for the greens," Horschel said. "[USGA Executive Director] Mike Davis can push...

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