US Open 2012 Golf
Published: June 12, 2012
US Open 2012 Golf, The 14-year-old set to become the youngest player in US Open history this week was hoping to practise with Masters champion Bubba Watson on Tuesday. Beijing-born Andy Zhang, now based in Florida, was informed late on Monday that Paul Casey’s withdrawal with a shoulder injury had opened up a place for him.
‘Bubba is the Masters champ – I can’t think of anyone better to play with,’ said Zhang, a year younger than Tadd Fujikawa was when he competed in 2006. Zhang has lived in the States since he was 10, having taken up golf at six. His mother is with him in San Francisco, but his father returned to China at the weekend thinking his son would probably remain a reserve for the second major of the season.
He was fifth on the original list, but moved up when three were called in after the publication of the world’s top 60 yesterday – only Branden Grace and Spencer Levin earned exempt spots that way – and then became first alternate when Brandt Snedeker pulled out with a rib problem. (Daily Mail)
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