US Open 2017

Brooks Koepka Wins US Open Shoots US Open Brooks Koepka Wins US Open

American Brooks Koepka won his first Major when he shot a wonderful final round of 67 to win the US Open by four shots.

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Justin Thomas Shoots US Open Record, Harman Leads By One Brian Harman Leads, Justin Thomas Breaks US Open Record

Brian Harman leads by one shot going into the final round of the US Open, but the big story of the day during round 3 at the US Open was Justin Thomas shooting a 63 the lowest round in the history of the tournament.

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Logjam At Top of US Open Leaderboard After Round 2 Tommy Fleetwood US Open Leaderboard after round two

Two rounds down and two to go at the US Open at Erin Hills and we are still no closer to discovering the identity of the 2017 US Open champion.

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Rickie Fowler leads After Round 1 Rickie Fowler leads 2017 US Open

Rickie Fowler got off to an incredible start at Erin Hills and the 2017 US Open, the American shot a bogey-free 65 to finish 7-under-par.

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US Open Weather Forecast us open weather forecast

The weather forecast will play a vital role in how the Erin Hills course plays and what the scoring will be like in the 117th US Open. This time round, a very mixed forecast could be challenging.

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US Open Round 1 and 2 Tee Times 2017 US Open tee times

Jason Day, Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy are grouped together for the first two rounds, whilst world number one Dustin Johnson plays with Jordan Spieth and Martin Kaymer. We have all the times for rounds one and two from Erin Hills in BST.

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Erin Hills US Open

Erin Hills Golf Club will host the 117th US Open for the first time in the tournament’s history on June 15-18.

Erin Hills is located in Erin, Wisconsin, northwest of Milwaukee and this will be the state’s fifth major championship after hosting four previous US PGA Championships, as well as the 2011 US Amateur Championship.

The course is spread out over 650 acres and with the massive slopes across all the greens and fairways, paired up with the unpredictable weather; this is probably the closest course America has to a links course we see every year at The Open.

Of all the back tees, Erin Hills can play up to 8100 yards which would make it the longest course in US Open history. This would smash the previous record held by Hazeltine National Golf Club at 7,674 yards for the 1991 US Open.

Dustin Johnson goes into the tournament as defending champion after hitting a winning 72 hole score of 3-under-par at Oakmont last year.

Last year’s amateur world number one, Jon Rahm, is set to play in his first US Open as a professional after finishing in a tie for 23rd and low-amateur at the tournament last year.

Major champions: Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory Mcilroy are all set to feature this year, as well as new US Masters Champion Sergio Garcia with the current world number one, Dustin Johnson, entering as the tournament favourite.

Hideki Matsuyama

The best of the action from the final round of the US Open at Erin Hills won by Brooks Koepka Recapping the top moments from the final round of the…

Rickie Fowler

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How To Watch The US Open Without Sky Sports

Sky Sports will be showing live TV coverage on their Sky Sports 4 HD channel, but here are you options to keep up to date through The Open Championship if…

US Open: Patience Is Key

GM's Nick Bonfield discusses the role of patience and mental strength at the US Open

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