The U.S. Open Golf Tournament starts on Thursday at Winged Foot in Mamaroneck New York, and the game plan for all golfers is simple. Keep the ball in the fairway, otherwise you’re in big trouble. Not hitting fairway’s means dealing with very high rough, and a sure way to have our score balloon to over par. Geoff Ogilvy won it in 2006 with 5 under par. Staying under par is easier said than done hitting because the fairways are very narrow. It’s the toughest test in golf, with no shortcuts. Just ask Phil Mickelson, he knows best.

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