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June 9, 2014 5:52 PM

Curtis Strange glad to keep US Open back-to-back title

Curtis Strange isn’t rooting against Justin Rose, not exactly. But Strange, the former Wake Forest golfer and Morehead City fisherman, remains the only back-to-back US Open champion since Ben Hogan. He wouldn’t mind holding onto that title a little longer.

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