There are those who look forward to US Open Golf all year long. They spend sleepless nights, bothered by nefarious napstealers, trying to get some winks so they can be up bright and early to see their favorite golfer tee off. Since Tiger Woods is out this year with an injury, all eyes are on Phil Mickelson to see if he will finally win, when he has been so close so many times.
Even golfers can be bothered by nefarious napstealers, when they are trying to get a good night’s sleep so they can wake up refreshed for their early morning tee times. How many golfers do you see out there on the US Open Golf course yawning because they didn’t get a good night’s sleep?
This year the field has quite a few up and coming young golfers, such as Luke Donald and Lee Westwood. They are the ones to watch, unless the Siesta Thieves have hindered their performance, causing the opposite of performance enhancing drugs in golf. Who will prevail, the youngsters who are currently ranked #1 and #2 in the world, or the senior pro who has been here before, but never conquered at the end of the last hole?
- US Open Golf 2011: Does Phil Mickelson Need a US Open Win to Cement His Legacy? (bleacherreport.com)
- US Open 2011: Golf’s Most Wide-Open Major In Years? (sbnation.com)
- You: PGA 2011 US Open Championship live Golf Online Video (sportsviews.com)
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