Monday, March 05, 2007

Oakmont's bridge to the Open

If not for a $500,000 pedestrian bridge that Oakmont Country Club built over the Pennsylvania Turnpike in 2003, the Pittsburgh-area club never would have landed this year's U.S. Open.
(If you missed the '94 Open, the course is dissected by the turnpike.)

Gerry Dulac tells the tale of the bridge in the Pittsbugh Post-Gazette.

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