— Benjamin Everill (@beneverill) June 14, 2016
Oakmont is one golf’s most famous courses and is known for being a tough test of golf. The only course people may still say is tougher is Kiawah Island, a course designed by Pete Dye.
But Oakmont stepped its toughness level up by literally breaking a caddy’s ankle. The caddy of Chris Crawford went into a bunker, tripped and busted the ankle.
When golf courses attack. We can safely say that Oakmont looked like NBA legend Allen Iverson who was famous for breaking his opponents ankles (Not literally) with his incredible ball handling skills.
A.I. doesn’t have anything on Oakmont though.
Be sure to follow me on Twitter @ChiGolfRadio! It’s U.S. Open time kids! Well, kinda, but it’s been raining…..
Source: Swing By Swing
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