The third hole is where golfers first come into contact with the famous Church Pews bunker
The fourth hole at Oakmont presents the players a birdie chance
The fifth hole presents a birdie opportunity to the players but once again watch out for the sand
The first par-3 at Oakmont plays 194 yards to a heavily bunkered green
This 490 yard par-4 demands an accurate tee shot or bogey is inevitable
At 288 yards some may be forgiven for thinking the eighth is a par-4
The tough ninth at Oakmont plays back towards the stunning clubhouse
If you can thread your tee shot down the tight fairway at 10 it's only a mid-iron in
After a tough stretch the 11th offers a birdie chance
The 12th is one of the longest holes in US Open history
The 13th is a mid-iron into a small, well-protected green
The par-4 14th is stroke index 18 and offers the players a birdie chance
The 15th at Oakmont is not for the faint-hearted
At 231 yards the only way to find the green is with a well-struck shot
At 313 yards the 17th makes for excitement
The final hole is a scenic one that yet again demands an accurate tee shot
A guide to hole 1, named 'Puget Sound', at Chambers Bay.
A guide to hole 2, named 'Foxy', at Chambers Bay.
A guide to hole 3, named 'Blown Out', at Chambers Bay.
A guide to hole 4, named 'Hazard's Ascent', at Chambers Bay.