Rose relishes tough test of a U.S. Open
Justin Rose reflects on his 2013 U.S. Open victory at Merion and looks to use what he learned from that experience at the 2015 U.S. Open.
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Open and shut: Recalling the week at Merion
Steve Sands, Geoff Shackelford, John Feinstein and David Fay discuss the week at Merion during the U.S. Open Championship.-You're a big U.S. Open guy. You're a big golf course design guy. Here's what you guys think now in retrospect of how the week went at Merion? -Go ahead, Jim. -Oh, it was a homerun. I mean, with all the things that could've gone wrong, everything just about went right. There are a couple little things that- -Do we have the tape in- -Night before the whole thing started? -Oh, yeah. -We have that with a few of your tapes. -Love them all. -Let's replay me defending the golf course . I was a little soft, but I didn't know they were gonna put every hole on top of the [unk]. -Here we go. Here we go. -No. And that's one thing if you talk to the players in hind sight. They don't really think very highly of the setup at Merion. They felt like it took a lot of weight from them in terms of creativity and being able to be aggressive and- but that's little stuff. In general, it was- Merion was spectacular. -Remember, a lot of people were saying, well, 12-under's gonna win. 12-under's gonna win. And Robert Karlsson who's not the funniest guy in all of golf, but he's a good guy. He was walking by on Sunday morning on
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It’s been a quarter-century since the last back-to-back U.S. Open champion, and Justin Rose is the only player who can break that trend this week.