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The 2014 US Open is sold out

By Kyle Porter | Golf Writer

Justin Rose will try to repeat as US Open champ. (Getty Images)
Justin Rose will try to repeat as US Open champ. (Getty Images)

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The 2014 US Open sold out on Wednesday -- it's the 28th straight sellout for this event. That's not surprising given the fervor North Carolinians have for their golf.

"Past championships at Pinehurst have set the benchmark for ticket sales and attendance," said Thomas J. O'Toole Jr., President of the United States Golf Association.

"This is another testament to the support we have always received from the people of North Carolina as well as the historic nature in 2014 of our back-to-back championships."

That it's sold out doesn't mean you can't attend, however. Four-day passes on StubHub.com currently start at $335. If you want to go for a single day ont he weekend you can snag a ticket for around $70.

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