Tiger Woods is the latest big name to check out Chambers Bay before the U.S. Open
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.