AP Golf Writer
BETHESDA, Md. (AP) -- Jason Day took last week off to recharge after his bold bid in the U.S. Open.
He feels like he's getting ready to play another.
Congressional is home for at least two more years to the AT&T National, though the Blue Course remains known for the four major championships it has hosted, most recently the 2011 U.S. Open that Rory McIlroy won with a record score on a soft course. Day was the runner-up that year, the winner of the B-flight, eight shots behind.
"This course -- I played it this morning -- it kind of feels like a U.S. Open again," Day said. "It's got some length to it, and the rough is pretty dense out there. I think they cut the rough around 3
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