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At 6,996 yards, Merion's East Course is the shortest to host a U.S. Open since Shinnecock Hills in 2004, which played to the identical yardage. Whereas Shinnecock's defense was firm greens, which ultimately got out of control, Merion's is heavy rough.Read Story
No upset in American championship golf history can compare with 20-year-old amateur Francis Ouimet's victory at the 1913 U.S. Open at Brookline. But the occasional appearance of a...Read Story
Handicapping the Open
Merion loves playoffs. Who can forget the comeback story of Ben Hogan winning after 18 extra holes against George Fazio and Lloyd Mangrum in 1950, 16 months after his near-fatal...Read Story
The Man Who Made Merion
Hugh Wilson was a surprising choice to design the courses at Merion 100 years ago, but his work has more than stood the test of time...Read Story
Q & A With David Graham
Thirty-two years ago, David Graham became the first Australian to win the U.S. Open, the 1981 championship held at Merion. He put together rounds of...Read Story
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