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The PGA Championship can't be accused of being only in a New York state of mind.
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Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert suffered a heart attack early Monday in Dubai where he was preparing to run Game On Dude in the $10 million Dubai World Cup.
They'll remember this U.S. Open. That's all you can ask. When the national golf championship comes to your doorstep — in this case Congressional Country Club — you don't want it to be one of those mind-numbing, nobody-breaks-par deals where the star of the show is a Stimpmeter. You want a little action. You want a little history. The good kind of history, preferably, but even bad history is better than no history.
Let's do it right this time. Let's make the Washington stop on the PGA Tour the Studio 54 of golf, the party everybody wants to get into. I mean, consider all the tournament has going for it: