Wow, what a terrific job Ryan Ballengee and the GNN team did publishing my fun look at the various U.S. Open Qualifying sites. Click here for the story.
My fave part of the article:
Orange County National’s Crooked Cat course is another boring, watery, center-line slog, so much so that during the week of the PGA Show, you’ll often hear golfers that played it lament that they missed a good day looking at the exhibits. Crooked Cat once again proves true the old adage of “Never play a golf course with an animal in its name,” and includes John Daly’s Wicked Stick (RIP).
Finally, at Pine Hills, Jack Nicklaus and Rees Jones had a bland-off in the Cranberry bogs outside Boston, fighting it out to see who could put more golfers to sleep per 18 holes.