When the U.S. Open Golf Championship began on Thursday, 156 players took center stage.
So did the golf course where they were playing.
It's rare for the venue at a major tournament to grab as much attention as the star players. But Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash., near Tacoma, is a rare place to play golf. It's improbable, controversial — and, according to its supporters, it represents the future of the game.
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