Organizers help fans beat the heat at U.S. Senior Open

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EDMOND, Okla. - The heat isn't keeping fans from the U.S. Senior Open at Oak Tree National.

Thousands attended today's practice rounds to give the nation's top pros an Oklahoma welcome.

Organizers say they are trying to help fans and golfers beat the heat.

Spectators are allowed to bring in one unopened clear bottle of water at day, sunscreen, a chair, and umbrellas.

They are also offering fans a two for one special on water.

$2.50 will get you two bottles of water.