Americans not dominating U.S. Women's Open
OAKMONT, Pa. -- Maybe it's the growth of the game internationally, or the lack of star-quality golfers being groomed on American courses. Whatever the reason, there's something missing from the U.S. Women's Open.
Namely, the U.S.
When the women's national championship starts Thursday morning at Oakmont Country Club, temperatures will be in the 90s and the USGA's Mike Davis estimates a few scores will be, too, in a field that includes golfers from 30 countries.
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