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U.S. Open Grass Is an Obstacle and a Potential Health Hazard

June 17, 2017, 2:00 am by New York Times - Health

Erin Hills’s thick fescue presents a challenge to players, but is also a hospitable spot for ticks, prompting concern about Lyme disease.


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