The year’s second major is here, and Erin Hills in Wisconsin hosts for the first time.

Some of the biggest names in the sport are looking to become legends, while young players are eager to show they belong among the greats.

Will DJ retain? Will a Brit win? Here’s the Golf Monthly take as we cover all aspects of the season’s second major with plenty of opinion and insight.

We want you to become US Open experts as we profile the tournament, the contenders, the outsiders and plenty more including odd facts that you didn’t know.

After reading through our US Open blog, we guarantee you’ll have learnt something new.


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

major meltdowns

We take a look at the top 5 meltdowns in major championship history

US Open: 90s memories

Fergus Bisset recalls watching the championships from 1994 to 1999

US Open favourites to ignore

2017 US Open favourites to ignore The US Open is one of those tournaments where the cream seems to rise to the top on a consistent basis. Look down the…

Is the US Open too difficult

Erin Hills – host of this year’s US Open – looks poised to be an absolute brute. Is that a good thing? Well, it depends on your disposition. For what…