Off-course troubles continue for USGA at Open
Jun 16, 2017 8:26 PM - ERIN, Wis. -- Away from the play on the course it's been one thing after another for the U.S. Golf Association to deal with at the 117th U.S. Open. On Thursday it was a blimp crash just half-mile from the course. On Friday the USGA announced that E.Coli bacteria had been detected in a Hydration Station on the No. 12 hole and announced that bottled water would be delivered to all four such stations as a precautionary measure.