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Three of the greatest players who ever lived can thank their fathers for the paths their lives took.
Its almost impossible to find a golfer who doesnt use the words difficult or long in describing Bethpage Black.

Somewhere along the way Phil Mickelson became New York ' like Woody Allen and graffiti.
El Nino is no longer a little boy, even if he sometimes still behaves like one.
It's U.S. Open week at Bethpage State Park in Farmingdale, N.Y. Check out our course preview.
Lefty was back at Bethpage Black and so, too, were the throngs of his New York backers.
Three of the greatest players who ever lived can thank their fathers for the paths their lives took.
Phil Mickelson could not have asked for a better time celebrating his 39th birthday, even if his presents were a little more traditional than the head of a dinosaur or a meteorite.
The United States Open returns to Bethpage Black for its 109th edition. And as senior writer Rex Hoggard says, so, too, do the three principal characters from seven years ago.
Phil Mickelson takes the podium and speaks to the media about his chances at Bethpage, his home life and his love affair with New York with the opening round of the U.S. Open less than 24 hours away.
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FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – The New York galleries, gotta love'em.

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Mike Davis, the director of rules and competition for the U.S. Golf Association, has a simple philosophy – the players, not the course, should be the story U.S.
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Briny Baird is discovering the way to a New Yorker’s heart is through his stomach.

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – The New York galleries, gotta love'em.

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – The par-4, 459-yard 15th hole at Bethpage Black figures to have a major say in who wins the 109th U.S. Open come Sunday.
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. - The par-4, 459-yard 15th hole at Bethpage Black figures to have a major say in who wins the 109th U.S. Open come Sunday.
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. - The par-4, 459-yard 15th hole at Bethpage Black figures to have a major say in who wins the 109th U.S. Open come Sunday.

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