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Gauff goes from fan to champ at U.S. Open
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Sports
Gauff goes from fan to champ at U.S. Open
Coco Gauff won the U.S. Open women’s singles championship on the same court where her parents brought her to see the Williams sisters play as a child. It was her first major tennis title.
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Four Americans advance to late rounds in US Open
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Sports
Four Americans advance to late rounds in US Open
The top story of the U.S. Open has been the coming of age of 19-year-old Coco Gauff, who survived her third three-set match against Caroline Wozniacki to advance to the quarterfinals and defeat 20th-seeded Jelena Ostapenko 6-0, 6-2.
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PGA Tour, LIV Golf fight for diverse, millennial fans and the future of golf
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Opinion
PGA Tour, LIV Golf fight for diverse, millennial fans and the future of golf
The city of Boston finds itself at a unique crossroads for professional golf this summer. In June, the Hub played host to the U.S. Open, America’s oldest championship, at The Country Club, a founding member of the United States Golf Association in 1894 and home to Francis Ouimet’s seminal national championship victory in 1913. This Labor Day, the upstart LIV Golf series comes to Boston for just its fourth ever event, offering a glimpse at what the future of the game may look like.  
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Interns steeped in golf culture at U.S. Open
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Local News
Interns steeped in golf culture at U.S. Open
Last month, as 2022 U.S. Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick hoisted the trophy for photos at The Country Club’s 18th hole, Jada Richardson and Kendall Jackson were on the green. Both Division I golfers from Howard University were wrapping up a week of V.I.P. access as Lee Elder interns.
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Blacks integral to history of golfing
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Local News
Blacks integral to history of golfing
In two weeks, The Country Club, Brookline’s prestigious private course whose name needs no elaboration, will take center stage in the world of golf for the 2022 U.S. Open. In advance of the attention and scrutiny that come with hosting one of the sport’s four major championships, The Country Club rolled out a new internship program to introduce college students from underrepresented backgrounds to the cloistered business of golf: the Lee Elder Internship.
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