Those pesky greens continue to cause grief at Chambers Bay. Chambers Bay will host the event in instead, allowing time for a "turfgrass transition project" to replace its much-maligned fescue greens with Poa annua. As every golf fan knows, Chambers Bay took plenty of heat during a controversial U. Open, where players griped and groaned about inconsistent green speeds and conditions.
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