Angel Cabrera is turning back the clock at Oakmont thanks to chip-ins like this
OAKMONT, Pa. -- Angel Cabrera, the man who emerged victorious the last time the U.S. Open visited Oakmont, admitted this week that his game wasn't ready for the course's notorious set-up.
"Well, it's been a very tough season for me," the two-time major winner said on Wednesday. "I know that coming into a U.S. Open is going to take the best of me, and I'm not in the best position to actually play right now, but I hope just not to suffer too much this week."
Midway through his first round, it's Cabrera who's dishing out the punishment to Oakmont, as the Argentine golfer is under par. He's competing thanks to shots like this at the ninth hole:
At 46, Cabrera's best days appeared to be behind him. But on Friday afternoon at Oakmont, he's proving age is just a number.