5 Courses the USGA Should Add to the US Open Rotation

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5 Courses the USGA Should Add to the US Open Rotation
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The Fallen Oak Golf Club is equipped to handle a U.S. Open.

The United States Golf Association has never had trouble finding sites for its annual national championship, the men's U.S. Open.

The USGA has conducted the U.S. Open all around the country at public, private, new, old, big and not-so-big courses.

In addition to old standbys like Oakmont, Winged Foot, Baltusrol and Pebble Beach, the tournament has been played at municipal layouts like Bethpage Black, new places like Chambers Bay and old traditional places such as Merion Golf Club.

So in an effort to help out, I've come up with five courses that the USGA should add to its rotation.

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