Looks Like It's Going To Take -16 to -18 To Win The U.S. Open

You’ve now seen the rough being cut at Erin Hills to make the U.S. Open easier for the crybaby golfers who complained that the fescue was too high. Now comes word that the greens have clearly been slowed down as you can see in the video from Branden Grace, currently ranked 91st in the world.
I mean, did you see this chip? Grace clearly crushed the ball and yet the slope slowed the ball and pulled it right into the tap-in range.

Look at this! Clearly making this course so easy it’s going to take -18 to win


The bunkers are easy, too:

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