‘Unprecedented’: Shinnecock Hills going all-out to test golf’s best Reviewed by Momizat on . About 200 miles away from this week’s U.S. Open, in a small town in southern New Jersey called Woodstown, there are about four acres of fairway grass from Shinn About 200 miles away from this week’s U.S. Open, in a small town in southern New Jersey called Woodstown, there are about four acres of fairway grass from Shinn Rating:
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‘Unprecedented’: Shinnecock Hills going all-out to test golf’s best

About 200 miles away from this week’s U.S. Open, in a small town in southern New Jersey called Woodstown, there are about four acres of fairway grass from Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, planted and growing and treated with care and reverence. After the best players in the world vie for the national championship at Shinnecock out on the east end of Long Island, the club might ask for it back. “We are caring for it as if it was turf we had from inception,” said Scott Geiser, an account manager for Delea Sod Farms who helped on the project. The grass had been removed because the USGA, in its ever-present longing to make this tournament the most stern test in golf, wanted to narrow the recently expanded width of the fairways.

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