Disassembly crews are working to remove everything from left over from the U.S. Open, so that they can begin repairing the greens at the Merion Golf Club. NBC10's Doug Shimell reports.
Work crews arrived shortly after Justin Rose won his first U.S. Open to clean the golf course and remove all the stands, tv cables, tents, and message boards. NBC10's Jesse Gary reports.
There weren't many losers at Merion as the U.S. Open shined over the weekend. On Monday the cleanup began on the historic golf course.
Everyone seemed to be pulling for Phil Mickelson at the 2013 U.S. Open but in the end an English man took home the top prize. NBC10’s Chris Cato reports.
Ardmore families are taking advantage of how close they live to the site of the U.S. Open.
The face value for the final round of the U.S. Open is $125 each. But it turns out some resourceful fans are catching all the action free of charge. NBC10’s Chris Cato has the details.