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Topic - Bernd Wiesberger
Bernd Wiesberger aims to become the first Austrian golfer to qualify for the U.S. Open when he starts his title defense at the Lyoness Open on Thursday.
The road to the Masters starts in Marana. At least for some European Tour members.
Wiesberger, coming off third place at the Nordea Masters in Sweden last weekend, says "it would be a huge honor being the first Austrian to play at the U.S. Open."
"Vienna to Washington was nine-and-a-half hours," Wiesberger said Monday night on the range at Dove Mountain. "Three-hour layover, and five hours to here. It was a chance worth taking. Otherwise, I'd be covered in snow."