All of golf fans would want to know the latest news about the world’s 2011 U.S. Open, and more and more people want to know who would won this golf tournament. Tiger Woods would miss this 2011 U.S. Open; it is bad new for American golf. So, some people think that American golf would lose domination of golf world. Do you think so? Maybe! Now, less American golf seeks to end Major Slump at U.S. Open competition. In this article, you may find news about 2011 U.S. Open.
American golfs effort to avoid a historic losing streak at the U.S. Open is led by a 44-year-old from Wisconsin who cries on the victory stand and spends winters hitting practice balls out of a heated trailer.
Steve Stricker, who may like the Ping G15 Driver, is the highest-placed U.S. player coming into todays opening round at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland. Tiger Woods, a three-time winner of the seasons second major championship, is on crutches with leg injuries, and Phil Mickelson, who turns 41 today, has two wins in the past 14 months.
Englishmen Luke Donald and Lee Westwood are 1-2 in the world and co-favorites of Las Vegas odds makers with Mickelson at 12-1. Stricker is 15-1. As the field begins play about 10 miles (16 kilometers) west of the White House, all four of golfs major titles are held by non-Americans, and a loss this week would mark the first time five straight majors were won by non- U.S. players.
America right now is struggling to find its identity, former European Tour player Frank Nobilo from New Zealand said on a media conference call yesterday. The fact is that a lot of the U.S. domination has been Tiger and Phil for the past 10 years, the youth hasnt developed. They have big shoes to fill.
The tournament started this morning, with Harrison Frazar, a University of Texas graduate, leading the field at 1-under after two holes.
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