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Lucas Glover is Ready for His 9th U.S. Open Appearance

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Thursday afternoon at 1:47, Greenville native Lucas Glover will tee of for his 9th appearance in the U.S. Open.  The 2009 U.S. Open Champion realizes birdies will be few and far between in this year's tournament as this tournament is typically one of the greatest challenges in golf.

Since winning the U.S. Open back in 2009, Glover has failed to finish inside the top 40 since.

He will play his first two rounds with fellow former U.S. Open winners, Ratief Goosen and Geoff Ogilvy.
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