Jack Nicklaus, who won his initial vital during a 1962 U.S. Open during Oakmont Country Club, is weighing in on a 117th book during Erin Hills.
While a reviews were mostly certain during an interview with Fox’s Bret Baier, a four-time U.S. Open champion echoed what many comparison pretension holders, including Johnny Miller, who also won during Oakmont, have pronounced about a 2017 championship.
“I suspicion it was different…interesting,” Nicklaus said. “I’m used to saying quick greens, it had a lot of quick greens. I’m used to saying slope, it had a lot of slope. But I’m not used to saying no severe around a green. Or far-reaching fairways with impassioned severe if we strike a genuine bad tee shot. I’m not certain if we felt that that’s what a U.S. Open should demeanour like.”
Nicklaus commended a USGA for a well-run championship, though, acknowledging that times have altered with apparatus advances and singular march pattern movements.
“I don’t wish to be an aged fogey about it and contend that all we did was a right way,” Nicklaus said. “There’s other ways to do it and they did it a opposite way, and we consider they had a good tournament.”
The 18-time vital champion overwhelmed on other topics like his charities and boss Donald Trump, saying: “Trump’s a good man. He’s perplexing hard…I consider we need to give him a possibility to do it, and nobody’s given him a chance.”
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