SAN DIEGO (AP) - It's the last day for the world's top golfers
to tune up for the year's second men's major. The U.S. Open gets
under way tomorrow on the 7,643-yard South course at Torrey Pines.
It's the longest track in major championship history.
Top-ranked Tiger Woods is preparing for his first tournament
since undergoing knee surgery following his runner-up finish at the
Masters. He's paired with second-ranked Phil Mickelson and Number-3
Adam Scott for the opening two rounds in San Diego.
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