US Open 2017: Andrew 'Beef' Johnston, Tyrrell Hatton team up to escape Erin Hills' fescue

By Dan McDonald
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The fescue at Erin Hills has been a big topic of discussion heading into the start of play at the U.S. Open.

Some players have complained about it, others have embraced its challenge.

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Count Andrew 'Beef' Johnston and Tyrrell Hatton among the later group.

During Tuesday's practice round, the English duo had some fun and made a great instructional video about how to get out of the tall Wisconsin grass. Check it out for yourself here: 



It's been a short game master class today @tyrrellhatton #usopen

A post shared by Andrew 'Beef' Johnston (@beefgolf) on


Well done, fellas. If only it was that easy...

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