U.S. Open win would change everything for Woods Mickelson Donald and Westwood
Damon Hack With a win, Tiger Woods would revive his pursuit of Jack’s record. Phil Mickelson would bury demons of five runner-ups. Luke Donald and Lee Westwood would get a first title. Somebody’s life will change this week, writes Damon Hack. The rest will remain unfulfilled.
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