Mike Davis recently said golfers need extra practice rounds at Chambers Bay to properly prepare for the U.S. Open. Perhaps, a couple of the game's biggest names are listening to the USGA executive director.
Last week, Phil Mickelson made the trip to the Tacoma-area course to put some work in ahead of the year's second major. And last night, a certain 14-time major champ was spotted in Washington. Well, his plane was.
The U.S. Open starts June 18. Mickelson, a six-time runner-up, will be looking to complete the career Grand Slam. Woods, will be looking to end his major drought at seven years.