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COMPETITOR : U.S. Open Golf Championship
DATE : Thursday, 13Th,Jun - Sunday 16Th Jun, 2013
TIME/WHEN START : 09:00 AM [ET] - 03:00 PM [ET]
VENUE : Merion Golf Club, Ardmore, PA

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For years, the narrative surrounding the name Phil Mickelson was always some form of the following question: Will he ever win a major championship? The answer was yes, and Mickelson has gone on to win a total of four major championships in his illustrious career.

None of them have come at a U.S. Open. Of course, that's not to say there weren't plenty of close calls. Mickelson has finished second at his home country's Open on five separate occasions, dating back to 1999. Those spanned from his burst onto the national scene in 1999, to his soul-crushing final-round meltdown at Winged Foot in 2006 to a tantalizing finish in 2009. Mickelson hasn't been always the bridesmaid but never the bride; he's been engaged five different times only to be left at the altar.

Golf fans in the Philadelphia area should be getting pretty excited.This June, for the first time in more than 30 years, Philadelphia will host one of golf’s four majors. The 2013 U.S. Open will be played at the Merion Golf Club in Ardmore from June 10-16. Philadelphia last hosted a major championship in 1981, when the U.S. Open was held at Merion. And while it’s taken 32 years for the tournament to return, the timing appears to be pretty good.

It’s going to be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Tiger, Phil and Rory battle it out on one of the most revered courses in the country…right here in our backyard.

U.S. Open Experience at Independence Mall
If you don’t have tickets to join the fun at Merion, no need to worry. The USGA and Independence Visitor Center are hosting an incredible U.S. Open Experience on Independence Mall during the week of the U.S. Open, June 10-16.

The pop-up U.S. Open Experience is going to be an interactive golf extravaganza with memorabilia, official Championship merchandise, a complete replica of the green on Merion’s famous 14th hole, a jumbotron with a live tournament simulcast and more.

During the Week, June 10-14: The U.S. Open Experience at Independence Mall opens Monday June 10, featuring interactive educational exhibits, an official U.S. Open merchandise store, and other unique opportunities for fans inside the Independence Visitor Center.

During the Weekend, June 15-16: The action moves outdoors for the weekend of June 15 and 16, with live big-screen golf coverage, authentic USGA bleacher seating, and simulated playing opportunities where fans can create their own memorable golf shots. Weekend hours of operation are from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. both days. All activities are open to the public and are complimentary with the exception of concessions, merchandise and parking/transportation.

The U.S. Open Experience is free AND falls on Father’s Day Weekend, so treat Dad to a one-of-a-kind golf experience in Historic Philadelphia..

The History
Merion Golf Club is a historic venue, having hosted 17 USGA championship tournaments since opening in 1896, more than any other course. Merion is where Bobby Jones completed the only grand slam in the history of golf in 1930, when he won the U.S. Amateur Championship after winning the British Open, the British Amateur and the U.S. Open earlier in the same year. No one has ever won all four majors in the same year since. (Although, Tiger Woods came close when he held all four major championships at the same time, only over two calendar years.) Other feats at Merion include Ben Hogan doing this. And Jack Nicklaus has said of Merion, “Acre for acre, it may be the best test of golf in the world.”

2013 marks the sixth U.S. Open Championship to be held at Merion and the first since 1981.

The Field
Another thing we have going for us this year is some of the world’s best golfers are heating up just in time for the Open’s return to Merion.

A resurgent Tiger Woods appears to have regained his old form. He’s played in seven tournaments in 2013 and has won four of them. He is once again the #1 ranked player in the world, having overtaken Rory McIlroy thanks to the first three of those early season tour wins. That said, Tiger is still sitting on 14 major championships in his career, having not won a major since 2008. In steadfast pursuit of Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 major victories, Tiger is eager to break his four-year drought in the majors. Tiger looks like he’s primed for a big year in 2013 and will surely be gunning for a win at Merion in June. Tiger would love to win an open on the same fabled course where Ben Hogan and Bobby Jones have two of the most famous victories in golf.

So would Phil. Phil Mickelson, Tiger’s longtime rival, has also had a solid start to his 2013 campaign, winning one tournament and finishing with a couple top 10s. Currently the 10th ranked player in the world, Phil has won four majors in his hall-of-fame career, but never a U.S. Open. He’s finished runner-up at the U.S. Open a record five times. Phil really, really wants to win a U.S. Open — could this be his year? We think he can definitely make a solid run at it.

And then there’s Rory McIroy, the #2-ranked, 23-year old phenom who shattered records on his way to his first U.S. Open victory in 2011. Rory is off to a bit of a slower start this year, but it’s a good bet that he straightens things out soon.

Right now things are looking good for Merion to play host to a pretty great (and potentially epic) U.S. Open golf tournament.

And it will be right here in our backyard.

One of the reasons Merion hasn’t hosted a Open Championship in 32 years is because the course and its grounds are smaller than many Open courses — in fact, Merion was recently lengthened to 6,846 yards from 6500 yards in order to host this year’s tournament. And the smaller grounds mean smaller gallery sizes and less tickets available each day of the championship.

The good news, however, is that there are still tickets available. Open tickets at Merion are hot commodity, with a lot of the tickets having sold out almost a year in advance. A limited number of individual tickets remain available for purchase through the USGA, both for the practice rounds Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday as well as for the Championship rounds Thursday through Sunday. Stubhub is another option.

But our main point is this: consider it a pretty solid investment. It’s basically a once in a lifetime opportunity to see Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy all tee it up in a U.S. Open Championship at one of the most revered golf courses in the world — Merion, a place that hasn’t seen a major in three decades and that probably won’t see another one for at least one more decade — which just happens to be in Philadelphia’s backyard.

We think you are definitely going to want to be there to see it all play out.