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Players continue to bay at Bay’s greens

UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. – Chambers Bay let up a bit on the players Sunday, but the players didn’t let up on their criticism of Chambers Bay. After missing a 7-foot putt, Billy Horschel leaned over and made a few serpentine motions with his right hand, mocking the ball’s unpredictable path. The course’s greens have come under fire from players in the U.S. Open field and Horschel didn’t hold back after shooting 3-under 67.

Gunn shows his flair again

Jimmy Gunn, who made the cut thanks to a bogey by amateur Nick Hardy on the last hole Friday, made the most of his extended stay at the U.S. Open. He shot his second 70 of the weekend on Sunday. And just like Saturday, when Gunn birdied the last three holes, Gunn closed in style with birdies at 16 and 18. Gunn, who has been sponsored on mini-tours by the Coeur d’Alene Casino, turned in 2-under 33 but opened the back side with double bogeys on 10 and 11.

U.S. Open notes: Chambers Bay greens have given Rory McIlroy fits

UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. – Rory McIlroy won the 2011 U.S. Open by eight strokes at Congressional but he hasn’t had much success in six other Opens, including the 115th edition at Chambers Bay. McIlroy says his scores haven’t reflected his solid ball-striking, and that was the case again Saturday during an even-par 70 that had the makings of a 65. He’s at 4-over 214 through three rounds, eight strokes behind the leaders.

Jimmy Gunn at Open with help from CDA Casino

As passionate as I am about football and futball, I'm as dispassionate about golf. But this is a cool story. UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. – It’s a long way from Circling Raven in 2004 to the U.S. Open in 2015. Jimmy Gunn is the only one in the 156-player field at the 115th national championship that unfolds this week at Chambers Bay familiar with the journey.

Jimmy Gunn at U.S. Open with a little help from CDA Casino

UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. – It’s a long way from Circling Raven in 2004 to the U.S. Open in 2015. Jimmy Gunn is the only one in the 156-player field at the 115th national championship that unfolds this week at Chambers Bay familiar with the journey.

Jimmy Gunn at Open with help from CDA Casino

It’s a long way from Circling Raven in 2004 to the U.S. Open in 2015. Jimmy Gunn is the only one in the 156-player field at the 115th national championship that unfolds this week at Chambers Bay familiar with the journey.