By The Associated Press / The Bulletin
July 10, 2010
OAKMONT, Pa. — Cristie Kerr didn’t need to sink a long putt to gain a potentially significant advantage in the U.S. Women’s Open, or whip a 290-yard drive down one of Oakmont Country Club’s slender fairways.
No, she only needed it to rain.
A relentless string of thunderstorms that began with 100....