At the Saucon Valley Country Club

Saucon Valley Country Club workers Russ Snyder, of Bethlehem Township (left) and Patrick King, of Nashville, TENN. (right) rake the sand near the green for Hole 17 on Sunday, in preparation for the start of the U.S. Women's Open. In the hazy light the early morning Sunday, workers spread across the Saucon Valley Country Club, preparing the grounds for the international spotlight that will shine on the club today through Sunday. Sunday was the last day for club staff and area businesses to get ready for Mondays start of the U.S. Women.

( Harry Fisher / TMC / July 5, 2009 )

Saucon Valley Country Club workers Russ Snyder, of Bethlehem Township (left) and Patrick King, of Nashville, TENN. (right) rake the sand near the green for Hole 17 on Sunday, in preparation for the start of the U.S. Women's Open. In the hazy light the early morning Sunday, workers spread across the Saucon Valley Country Club, preparing the grounds for the international spotlight that will shine on the club today through Sunday. Sunday was the last day for club staff and area businesses to get ready for Mondays start of the U.S. Women.

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