The glow of the U.S. Open is finally fading, so let's put a bow on it by talking to our intrepid correspondent Shane Bacon, writer here and at Dogs That Chase Cars. (Follow Shane on Twitter right here, and while you're there, follow me too.) Shane was in attendance at Congressional, and although he was sidelined by a broken foot, he nonetheless got a look at all the Roryness up close and personal-like. We discuss what it's like being in the gallery at a major tournament, how tough Congressional was (or wasn't), and whether Rory McIlroy really is the next Tiger (or isn't). And from there, we segue into a little Woods discussion, demonstrating once and for all that Woods dominates all talk of golf ... and for the next few years, that's as it should be. Listen up; it's good stuff.
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