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Nick Dougherty explains why he is so fond of the US Open and reveals what to expect f
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Nick Dougherty explains why he is so fond of the US Open and reveals what to expect from Oakmont this week. Air Force 1 Hvit Norge . The US Open is well known for teetering on the edge of what is a fair test of golf. The USGA dont always get it right, and weve seen that over the year. Any time they have to water the greens in between groups is a sign that theyve missed it. To be in with a chance of winning the replica set of clubs and golf bag used by this years US Open champion, simply answer this question When conditions are like that, youre relying too much on luck as well as skill and thats nonsense. Having said that, I loved the difficulty of the US Open and it will always be my favourite of the four majors. You know that par is always going to be a good score regardless of where the tournament is and it is fair to say I never played on a gentle course at the US Open.Very rarely does a winner of the US Open say that they were not quite on top of their game, which you do hear sometimes at regular Tour events. Jason Day said that at Sawgrass recently and still found a way to get the job done, but the US Open wont let you off like that. Angel Cabrera ended the week five over when he won the tournament in 2007 But even if you are playing well and full of confidence, youre not going to hit perfect shots for 72 holes. It just means you are tighter with your dispersion when you do make mistakes, and it means knowing where your misses are.If youre playing poorly and missing on both sides, youve got absolutely no chance on a US Open course. And if you make too many mental errors at crucial times, its also not going to get you very far.It is tough to be critical of Phil Mickelson as he has been runner-up in his home Open six times, but a lot of those times its been the odd bad shot that has let him down. This was abundantly evident in that infamous finish at Winged Foot 10 years ago, and he was also too loose on too many occasions as Merion and that let in Justin Rose for the win. Mike Davis said if they ever had a problem with a scheduled host venue for the US Open and had to switch it at short notice, they could tee it up at Oakmont within two or three days. Nick Dougherty on Oakmont I think its the hardest of the four majors to win and, more often than not, the man holding the trophy on Sunday evening will have been the grittiest player over the four days. Graeme McDowell was a prime example of that when he won at Pebble Beach in 2010.It wasnt that he was constantly hitting sensational shots, but he played to his strengths, stuck to the shape of shot he likes to hit and he simply made fewer mistakes than his closest challengers.I hope the Oakmont course is set up in similar fashion this year to when I played there in 2007 because. Although it was not the easiest, or the hardest course I played, it definitely felt the fairest. Oakmont last hosted the US Open in 2007 The fairways are not super tight. I dont like it when its almost impossible to keep the ball on the fairway and all you can do is chop your ball back out. But I do like good shots to be rewarded and bad shots to be punished, and thats what you will get in a US Open at Oakmont.You want the guy holding the trophy at the end to have stood out from the rest under that cauldron of pressure having delivered at the very highest level. You want the champion to have dealt with all the challenges, both mentally and technically. You dont want to see players being punished for good shots if the USGA get the course setup wrong. You will get the odd bad bounce here and there, and thats fair enough, but youll probably get a couple of lucky breaks as well.But weve seen a few times that players have hit what appear to be perfect shots, only to find its impossible to hold the ball on a fairway or a green, and it rolls down a bank and into a position where its virtually impossible to get up and down.I dont believe we saw any of that at Oakmont last time, so if anyone gets out of position, they will probably only have themselves to blame. I remember the rough being really thick in 2007, and some people dont like to see that - they want to see the pros have a fighting chance to get to the green. Dougherty finished the 2007 US Open in tied-seventh after playing with Woods on the Saturday I agree with that to a point, but because the fairways were that little bit more generous at Oakmont, the punishing rough was fine with me. You knew you had to hit the fairway in order to be able to go at the green.When I played with Tiger in the third round nine years ago, he missed only one green all day, at the 18th, and thats because it was the only fairway he had missed all day and it led to a closing bogey.You stand on each tee knowing if you go offline, youre more likely to make bogey than par, and if youre two over and trying too hard to claw it back, you could be stood on the next tee at four over. It is the ultimate test, its what a US Open is all about and I think well see that again at Oakmont.There was a lot of criticism of Chambers Bay last year, particularly over the condition of the greens and the fact that a couple of holes were off limits for spectators. The USGAs decision to change the par-five 18th into a par-four for the second round also didnt do down well with players or viewers. Chambers Bay recieved criticism from the players during last years tournament Generally, I like what Mike Davis and the USGA do at any US Open venue. I wasnt a fan of changing the par on 18 last year, but I like the way they vary the lengths of several holes. The par-three eighth at Oakmont could be a driver for some players one day, and a short iron the next.Weve seen long, tough par-fours turned into risk/reward driveable par-fours, and each hole can present a completely different challenge for the players over the week.Davis, the executive director for the USGA, was talking about Oakmont recently and said that if they ever had a problem with a scheduled host venue for the US Open and had to switch it at short notice, they could tee it up at Oakmont within two or three days. Heavy bunkering and thick rough are a feature at Oakmont The course is presented virtually the same all year round and rumour has it that the greens are actually quicker for the members than for a major tournament. Im not sure I believe that, but I do know that the challenge is there for all to see, and theres no need to have the layout tricked up.The tournament officials dont have to do much to set it up for a US Open, and if you ever get the chance to play there, youll be presented with pretty much the same conditions at the Tour pros face.That is testament to the design talents of Henry Fownes in the early 20th century, and it is simply a great major championship venue.Watch the US Open throughout the week live on Sky Sports 4 - your home of golf American Golf Competition Win replica clubs and bag of the 2016 US Open champion - enter now! Also See: Critchley on historic courses Lefty: Oakmont is toughest US Open latest news Golf live on Sky Sports Air Force 1 Herre Norge . The Padres made the moves before Fridays game at Washington. They promoted infielder Jace Peterson from Double-A San Antonio and right-hander Kevin Quackenbush from Triple-A El Paso. Nike Air Force 1 Billig . And, just for good measure, lets say the lottery team finishes the game short-handed because two starters come down with the very same injury. http://www.airforce1norge.com/air-force-1-07-norge.html .C. - The housecleaning continues for the B.Liverpool, straight from their Europa League semi-final first-leg defeat against Villarreal, head to the Liberty Stadium on Sunday with the aim of securing European football for next season. They need to chase down West Ham in sixth to guarantee it and will be relying on the fine form of Daniel Sturridge, who has scored in six of his last seven Premier League appearances, including each of the last four.The 1-0 home victory over Chelsea nearly three weeks ago took Swansea to 40 points and seemingly a sixth straight season in the top flight. But back-to-back defeats at Newcastle and Leicester have left them with a bit of work still to do as Norwich and Sunderland could yet overhaul them and plunge them into the bottom three. Jurgen Klopp is impressed with Danny Ings as he nears his return to Liverpools first team Team news Alberto Paloschi is out with a hamstring injury Swansea are without striker Alberto Paloschi and midfielder Leroy Fer for Liverpools visit on Sunday.The pair have both picked up hamstring injuries and head coach Francesco Guidolin does not know if they will figure again this season.Jefferson Montero, Ki Sung-yueng and Bafetimbi Gomis are all vying for rare starts as Swansea seek to bounce back from successive away defeats at Newcastle and Leicester. Klopp issues Anfield warning Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp warns Villarreal about Anfield atmosphere after Europa League loss Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is likely to ring the changes for a game which kicks off 56 hours after they returned from their Europa League semi-final in Villarreal.Goalkeeper Danny Ward could get another start while striker Daniel Sturridge, an unused substitute in Spain, is set for a recall.Playmaker Philippe Coutinho should be recovered from the illness whichh forced him off at half-time on Thursday but is only likely to be on the bench. Air Force 1 Norge. pta statsThe Swans have kept six clean sheets in their last nine Premier League matches at the Liberty Stadium.Swansea didnt manage a single shot on  target when they visited Anfield back in November, losing 1-0. James Milner scored from the spot for Liverpool against Swansea earlier this season The Swans have converted just 31 per cent of their clear-cut chances in the Premier League this season; a league-low.Gylfi Sigurdsson has scored the most goals (11), had the most shots on target (30) and created the most goalscoring chances (54) for Swansea in the Premier League this season.Swansea have won just one of their nine Barclays Premier League meetings with Liverpool (drawn three, lost five), losing the last four in a row. Jurgen Klopp will be looking for a response from his side against Swansea Daniel Sturridge has scored four goals in four Premier League starts for Liverpool against Swansea.Sturridge has scored in six of his last seven Premier League appearances (six goals), including each of the last four.Liverpool have scored 17 goals in their last six Premier League away games. Gylfi Sigurdsson celebrates scoring against Man Utd Liverpool have lost a league-high 19 points from winning positions in the Premier League this season.Mersons predictionsLiverpool dont need this game. Swansea were atrocious against Leicester last week and really Liverpol should win 5-0. Jurgen Klopp has a big game against Villarreal to prepare for and its bigger than this. Sigurdsson is dangerous from set pieces Swansea will have a go and Liverpool, whoever they put out, will have a go as well. Theyre not going to go there and bore everyone to death, theyll go out and enjoy themselves.Swansea have got Gylfi Sigurdsson who can put the ball on a sixpence and Liverpool arent exactly going to be working on their set-pieces so Ill also go Ashley Williams first goalscorer.Paul predicts: Swansea 2-2 LiverpoolBettingLiverpool will want to bounce back from their Europa League disappointment when they take on Swansea on Sunday and Sky Bet make the Reds the 5/4 favourites to get the win with Swansea 21/10 and the draw trading at 12/5. Sky Sports football pundit Phil Thompson has tipped Daniel Sturridge to score the first goal in a 2-0 win at odds of 28/1.Take a look at the odds and other tips from our pundits here. ' ' '
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