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June 11, 2017 - 5:01pm
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T.J. Auclair
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Kevin Na
There is not a lot of room to miss at Erin Hills for this week's U.S. Open, as Kevin Na demonstrated in an Instagram post on Sunday.

The USGA prides itself on providing the sternest test in all of golf for the U.S. Open each year. In no other major is there such a premium put on "par."

Based on a video posted to Instagram by Kevin Na on Sunday, it appears "par" will be a player's best friend when the U.S. Open begins on Thursday at Erin Hills in Wisconsin.

Na, playing a practice round, gives us a good look at the first cut of rough -- about 3-4 yards -- before it suddenly grows into a thick, nasty fescue.

Check out Na's mini-rant here:

Well now, that stuff sure doesn't look like much fun to hack out of, does it? 

June 11, 2017 - 1:29pm
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T.J. Auclair
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Daniel Berger
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Daniel Berger looked like he was going to have an ugly first hole to open the final round of the FedEx St. Jude Classic on Sunday. He turned it around with an unlikely chip-in to save par.

The game of golf can drive a person mad.

After missing the green with his approach shot on the opening hole at TPC Southwind in the final round of the FedEx St. Jude Classic on Sunday, Daniel Berger found himself in some heavy rough.

Despite getting some good club on the ball in the gnarly stuff, Berger misjudged how far the ball would travel and came up woefully short of the green.

No big deal. From 25 feet away, Berger would chip in to save a ho-hum par: