The U.S. Open Ping Pong Autographs

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Matt Kuchar, like several other players, autographed the Pinehurst Resort ping pong table in the locker room during the U.S. Opens.

So what do golfers like to do in their down time?

Play ping pong, of course.

And so Pinehurst Resort made sure that in the locker room for both weeks, a ping pong table (are we supposed to be calling it table tennis?) was made available. And it seems that the players are not only playing during breaks, they are also signing it.

Here are a few of the more notable autographs, and we’ll be sure to add more photos as the table continues to get covered.

Note: One name we couldn’t find: Martin Kaymer. Guess he had other things on his mind, or something.

Another note: Word from inside the locker room is that Matt Kuchar owned the locker room on the table.

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Rickie Fowler

Rickie Fowler has perhaps the most artistic signage on the table.


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Matt Fitzpatrick

Even at just 19, Matt Fitzpatrick, the reigning U.S. Amateur champion and low amateur in the 114th U.S. Open, already has the autograph thing down. Sharp.

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Steve Stricker

Good form on Steve Stricker’s signature.


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Jimmy Walker

Jimmy Walker got a “Best Penmanship” somewhere along the line in elementary school, didn’t he?



Jason Day, perhaps?


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Boo Weekley

Can’t go wrong with the name “Boo” in an autograph.

Like we said, we’ll add more as we come across them.

And please, somebody cross-reference the Jason Day signature with something else he signed last week. Let us know.