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U.S. Open Golf Championship
June 15 - 18 2017
Hartford, WI

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Erin Hills Golf Course
7169 County Road O
Hartford, WI  53027-9786
phone: (262) 670-8600 or (866) 724-8822
url: erinhills.com

Tournament Overview

The U.S. Open is one of 13 national championships conducted by the USGA. Open to amateurs and professionals.

The USGA intends to make the U.S. Open the most rigorous, yet fair, examination of golf skills, testing all forms of shot-making. The USGA prepares the course after careful consideration of 14 different factors. The complete philosophy statement can be found on www.usopen.com.

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Jun 20, 2016USGA expresses regret at distraction caused by Dustin Johnson ruling
Jun 19, 2016A day before turning pro, Jon Rahm finishes as Low Amateur at U.S. Open
Jun 18, 2016Jon Rahm makes U.S Open cut
Jun 16, 2016U.S. Open LIVE SCORING: Follow the 11 amateurs in the field
Jun 21, 2015U.S. Open: Brian Campbell is low amateur
Jun 20, 2015Maguire, Schniederjans inside Top-25 at U.S. Open
Jun 19, 2015Brian Campbell leads group of six amateurs to make U.S. Open cut
Jun 18, 2015Brian Campbell shoots 67 to lead amateurs at U.S. Open
Jun 17, 2015U.S. Open LIVE SCORING: Follow the 16 amateurs in the field
Jun 16, 2015The eyes of Texas (and elsewhere) will be on 15-year-old Cole Hammer
Jun 14, 2015Bryson DeChambeau finishes T45 at FedEx St. Jude Classic
Jun 08, 20152015 U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying: Complete Wrap-up & Results
Jun 15, 2014US Open: Fitzpatrick posts 69 to end amateur career
Jun 14, 2014U.S. Open: Matthew Fitzpatrick shoots Saturday 78
Jun 13, 2014U.S. Open: Fitzpatrick makes weekend cut
Jun 12, 2014U.S. Open: Fitzpatrick, Goss share low am lead
Jun 11, 2014Titleist: No. 1 ball at U.S. Open for 66th straight year
Jun 11, 2014Callaway Wedgeducation: The Pinehurst Bump and Run
Jun 11, 2014U.S. Open at Pinehurst: Team Callaway Predictions
Jun 11, 2014U.S. Open: Pick the Low Amateur, Win a Prize!
Jun 10, 20142014 U.S. Open: Amateurs tee times, pairings
Jun 08, 20142014 U.S. Open: Meet the amateurs, follow live scores
Mar 19, 2014Torrey Pines to host 2021 U.S. Open
Mar 12, 2014U.S. Open set for return to Torrey Pines
Mar 06, 2014Registration open for U.S. Open
Nov 18, 2013USGA releases 2014 competition schedule
Jun 18, 2013U.S. Open: Kim takes low amateur honors
Jun 17, 2013U.S. Open: How did the amateurs do?
Jun 17, 2013True Temper Dynamic Gold dominates U.S. Open
Jun 16, 2013Lamkin scores victory at U.S. Open
Jun 15, 2013Michael Kim in U.S. Open contention
Jun 14, 2013U.S. Open amateur update
Jun 13, 2013Amateurs flirt with cut line as 2nd round gets under way at U.S. Open
Jun 12, 2013U.S. Open pairings, starting times
Jun 12, 20132013 U.S. Open: Meet the amateurs
Jun 12, 2013Titleist No. 1 ball at U.S. Open for 65th year
Jun 11, 2013Limited-edition U.S. Open Stuff
Jun 07, 2013U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying final results
Jun 03, 201310 amateurs take spots in U.S. Open field
May 17, 2013U.S. Open Local Qualifying Results
May 04, 20132013 U.S. Open qualifying begins
Apr 26, 2013U.S. Open qualifying sees record number of entries
Jun 17, 2012Beau Hossler sets sights on improved goal, the U.S. Open title
Jun 17, 2012Beau Hossler struggles in final round, Jordan Spieth low am at U.S. Open
Jun 16, 2012Beau Hossler remains in contention heading into U.S. Open final round
Jun 14, 2012Tour Pros, Ams & Club Pros: It's the Open!
Jun 14, 201217-year-old Beau Hossler plays like veteran at U.S Open
Jun 14, 2012Andy Zhang shakes nerves at U.S. Open
Jun 13, 2012U.S. Open: Brooks Koepka survives through heartache
Jun 13, 2012Beau Hossler contends at U.S. Open
Jun 13, 201214-year-old Andy Zhang at home in the U.S. and at the U.S. Open
Jun 11, 2012U.S. Open rookies face harsh reality
Jun 11, 201214-year-old Andy Zhang, Jordan Spieth get late U.S. Open bids
Jun 06, 2012Hossler gets another U.S. Open chance
May 14, 20122012 U.S. Open fact sheet
May 07, 2012USGA announces TV schedule for 2012
Apr 27, 2012Ex-MLB player making U.S. Open pitch
Apr 26, 2012USGA Accepts 9,006 Entries for 2012 U.S. Open
Apr 23, 2012U.S. Open nears 26th straight sellout
Jun 20, 2011Cantlay is low-amateur at U.S Open
Jun 19, 2011U.S. Open: McIlroy Wins, Cantlay is Low Amateur
Jun 18, 2011Benjamin says Open is learning experience
Jun 18, 2011U.S. Open: Henley and Cantlay battle for Low Amateur title
Jun 17, 2011Collegian Cantlay having a dream Open
Jun 17, 2011U.S. Open: Russell Henley looks to repeat as low-amateur
Jun 16, 2011U.S. Open: Amateur Champ Uihlein trys to buck recent trend
Jun 21, 2010U.S. Open: Casey Boyns' caddie report
Jun 20, 2010U.S. Open: Henley, Langley Low Ams
Jun 19, 2010U.S. Open: Amateur Henley in top 16
Jun 18, 2010U.S. Open: On the range with Hudson Swafford
Jun 18, 2010US Open: Langley fires 69, paces Ams
Jun 17, 2010Bramlett and Tiger, 2 Practice Rounds this week
Jun 17, 2010U.S. Open: Early observations - par looks good!
Jun 17, 2010U.S. Open: Hoffman takes tough finish in stride
Jun 15, 2010U.S. Open: Profiles of the 11 Ams in the field
May 17, 2010US Open Preview: Pebble Beach is ready!
May 13, 2010USGA championship course setup guidelines
Jun 22, 2009Canada's Taylor edges Weaver for low Am at U.S. Open
Jun 19, 2009Drew Weaver post-round one US Open chat
Jun 15, 2008amateurgolf.com US Open video coverage
Jun 14, 2008US Open: Thompson on track for low am
Jun 13, 2008US Open: Three Amateurs Survive Cut
Jun 12, 2008US Open: Fearless Fowler paces amateurs
Jun 05, 200710 amateurs at U.S. Open, Prugh gets redemption
Jun 04, 2007US Open Sectional Qualifying -- Bear Creek/Murrieta
Jun 16, 2006US Open: Winged Foot Takes its toll on all 9 amateurs

Results Archive:

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Place  PtsScores
T27CABrian CampbellIrvine, CA80067-72-78-68=285
T42MDDenny McCarthyBurtonsville, MD50071-73-71-72=287
T42GAOliver SchniederjansPowder Springs, GA50069-73-72-73=287
T52ILNick HardyNorthbrook, IL50070-75-77-68=290
T58FLJack MaguireSt. Petersburg, FL50073-68-73-78=292
T58CABeau HosslerMission Viejo, CA50071-72-73-76=292
Low AmCABrian CampbellIrvine, CA500

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On Oct. 4, 1895, the first U.S. Open Championship was conducted by the United States Golf Association on the nine-hole course of Newport (R.I.) Golf and Country Club.

The first U.S. Open was considered something of a sideshow to the first U.S. Amateur, which was played on the same course and during the same week. Both championships had been scheduled for September but were postponed because of a conflict with a more established Newport sports spectacle, the America’s Cup yacht races.

Ten professionals and one amateur started in the 36-hole competition, which was four trips around the Newport course in one day. The surprise winner was Horace Rawlins, 21, an English professional who was the assistant at the host course. Rawlins scored 91-82— 173 with the gutta-percha ball.

Prize money totalled $335, of which Rawlins won the $150 first prize. He also received a gold medal and custody of the Open Championship Cup for his club for one year.

In its first decade, the U.S. Open was conducted for amateurs and the largely British wave of immigrant golf professionals coming to the United States.

As American players began to dominate the game, the U.S. Open evolved into an important world golf championship. Young John J. McDermott became the first native-born American winner in 1911 and repeated as champion in 1912.

In 1913, the U.S. Open really took off when Francis Ouimet, a 20-year-old American amateur, stunned the golf world by defeating famous English professionals, Harry Vardon and Ted Ray, in a playoff.

Another surge in the championship’s popularity coincided with the amazing career of Georgia amateur Bob Jones, who won the U.S. Open four times (1923, 1926, 1929, 1930). Spectator tickets were sold for the first time in 1922 and a boom in entries caused the USGA to introduce sectional qualifying in 1924.

In 1933, John Goodman became the fifth and last amateur to win the U.S. Open. The others were Ouimet, Jerome D. Travers (1915), Charles Evans Jr., (1916), and Jones.

In each era, the world’s greatest players have been identified by surviving the rigorous examination provided by the U.S. Open. Ben Hogan’s steely determination boosted him to four victories (1948, 1950, 1951, 1953). Arnold Palmer’s record comeback win in 1960, when he fired a final round of 65 to come from seven strokes off the lead, cemented his dashing image. Jack Nicklaus’ historic assault on the professional record book began when he won the first of his four U.S. Open Championships in 1962, his rookie season as a professional.

Nicklaus, who also won in 1967, 1972, and 1980, is one of only four golfers to win four U.S. Opens. The others are Willie Anderson (1901, 1903, 1904, 1905), Jones and Hogan.

In 1954, the U.S. Open course was roped from tee to green for the first time. That year also marked the first national television coverage. Coverage was expanded by ABC Sports in 1977 so that all 18 holes of the final two rounds were broadcast live. In 1982, on the ESPN cable network, the first two rounds were broadcast live for the first time. NBC began televising the U.S. Open in 1995.

The format of the U.S. Open has changed several times. The USGA extended the championship to 72 holes in 1898, with 36 holes played on each of two days. In 1926, the format was changed to 18 holes played each of two days, then 36 holes on the third day. In 1965, the present format of four 18- hole daily rounds was implemented for the first time.

In 2002, a two-tee (Nos. 1 and 10) start was used for the first and second rounds. In addition, Bethpage State Park’s Black Course in Farmingdale, N.Y., was the first facility owned by the public to host a U.S. Open.

International qualifying sites were added in 2005 and the champion at Pinehurst Resort in N.C. was Michael Campbell, who qualified in England.

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