At least one guy won't be quiet.
Watson enters the group as perhaps the most overlooked Masters champion at the U.S. Open in recent history. The shot-shaping master, not an immediate fan of Olympic Club's tree-lined fairways and tiny greens, will have a front-row look when all the action begins — and he's more than excited about the pressure not being on him.
Together, his playing partners have 113 PGA Tour victories and 18 majors.
"It's going to be like Sunday at the Masters," Watson said. "Huge galleries ... two legends."
One U.S. Open at stake.
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