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Topic - Reginald H. Jones
The horn that suspended play at the U.S. Open also turned out to be the official signal to shop.
Pinehurst is getting ready to make history next year with the first double-dip of U.S. opens.
Merion Golf Club's rich history is undeniable. Now, the club that boasts Jones, Hogan and Nicklaus among its past champions is prepared to add to its honor roll.
Things are starting to take shape before the first doubleheader of U.S. opens.
If there is less than a full four hours of play, U.S. Open championship director Reg Jones said there could be refunds or tickets "possibly" could be used another day.
"For us, 2014 is really about the opportunity to make history," said Reg Jones, managing director of the U.S. Open.