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    The nation’s first golf course to be recognized as a National Historic Landmark, Oakmont Country Club hosted the 116th United States Open Champio… Read More
    The nation’s first golf course to be recognized as a National Historic Landmark, Oakmont Country Club hosted the 116th United States Open Championship, June 16th -19th, marking the ninth U.S. Open in Oakmont’s history. The last time the U.S. Open visited Okamont, in 2007, saw the removal of over 5,000 trees broadening the penal panoramic course and highlighting the deep bunkers previously shrouded. The U.S. Open’s return this year saw another 7,500 trees removed making the “ugly olde brute” brawny and beautiful once again. Read Less
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Art Director  /  Lee Wybranski
Senior Graphic Designer  /  Chad Miller
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