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
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.) 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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