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Mercedes and Ferrari have chosen two very different sets of tyre allocations to attack next weekends Singapore Grand Prix.The ultra-soft, super-soft and soft compound tyres will be available to the drivers in Singapore and it will be mandatory for drivers to use either the super-soft or the soft at some point during the race. At the 2015 Singapore Grand Prix most drivers opted for a two-stop strategy using the super-softs and softs (the only compounds available that year), but the addition of the ultra-soft tyre this year could create a three-stop option.The 2015 Singapore Grand Prix was also memorable as the one race where Mercedes struggled to get its tyres working and finished as the third best team to Ferrari and Red Bull. For this years race, Ferrari appears to have gone aggressive with nine sets of the ultra-softs compared to Mercedes and Red Bulls seven.Haas, which has a technical partnership with Ferrari, is the only team to match Maranellos stock of ultra-softs, while Force India and Manor have opted to stock up on the other two compounds with just six sets of ultra-softs for each of the two teams two drivers. Penguins Jerseys Outlet .B. -- The Baie-Comeau Drakkar took over sole possession of first place atop the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League on Thursday with their sixth straight win. Youth Penguins Jerseys . The Redskins announced Monday that the quarterback who led the team to the Super Bowl championship in the 1987 season will serve as a personnel executive. http://www.cheappenguinschinajerseys.com/ . -- For the first time in two months, an opponent was standing up to Alabama. Penguins Jerseys From China .C. -- Calgarys Kevin Koe did it the hard way again. Cheap Penguins Jerseys . 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Tiger Woods, who had finished at 2-under 278, was so certain there wouldnt be a playoff that he flew home to Florida.---Major: 1993 U.S. Open (Lower Course)Winner: Lee JanzenScore: 272Margin: 2 shotsRunner-up: Payne StewartNoteworthy: Janzen became the second player to win a U.S. Open with all four rounds in the 60s, and he tied the U.S. Open record that Jack Nicklaus set in 1980, also at Baltusrol. This was the first of Janzens two U.S. Open titles. He would win again five years later at Olympic Club, again with Stewart as the runner-up. John Daly became the first player to reach the 630-yard 17th hole in two with a drive and a 1-iron.---Major: 1980 U.S. Open (Lower Course)Winner: Jack NicklausScore: 272Margin: 2 shotsRunner-up: Isao AokiNoteworthy: Tom Weiskopf became the second player to shoot 63 in the U.S. Open in the first round, only for Jack Nicklaus to match him on the same day. Nicklaus had a 3-foot putt for 62 and missed it. Weiskopf followed with a 75-76-75 and finished 17 shots behind. The threat came from Isao Aoki, who caught Nicklaus after 54 holes but couldnt keep up with the Golden Bear. Nicklaus won his 16th major at age 40.---Major: 1967 U.S. Open (Lower Course)Winner: Jack NicklausScore: 275Margin: 4 shotsRunner-up: Arnold PalmerNoteworthy: Nicklaus closed with a 65 to break the U.S. Open scoring record for 72 holes that had stood since Ben Hogan at Riviera in 1948. Nicklaus and Palmer started the final round one shot behind amateur Marty Fleckman, who shot 80. Arnold Palmer became the first player to twice post a sub-280 score in the U.S. Open, but it wasnt ennough to keep Nicklaus from his second U.ddddddddddddS. Open title. He would break his own record 13 years later at Baltusrol.---Major: 1954 U.S. Open (Lower Course)Winner: Ed FurgolScore: 284Margin: 1 shotRunner-up: Gene LittlerNoteworthy: Furgol won his only major by closing with a 72 to hold off Gene Littler, who had won the 1953 U.S. Amateur the year before. Defending champion Ben Hogan, who two months earlier had lost in a playoff to Sam Snead at the Masters, was two shots behind going into the 36-hole final day but shot 76 in the third round and never mounted a charge.---Major: 1936 US. Open (Upper Course)Winner: Tony ManeroScore: 282Margin: 2 shotsRunner-up: Harry CooperNoteworthy: The U.S. Open record score had stood for 20 years until Tony Manero shattered it with a closing 67 for what turned out to be his only major. As much attention fell to Harry Lighthorse Cooper. He had the 54-hole lead at the Masters in April, only to shoot 76 in the final round and finish one shot behind Horton Smith. 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