US Open 2018

US Open
June 14-17
Course: Shinnecock Hills Golf Club
TV Coverage: Sky Sports Thursday to Sunday

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Shinnecock Hills is a hamlet in Suffolk County in the state of New York, this will be the 5th time the course has hosted the US Open.

The last time the US Open was played at Shinnecock Hills was back in 2004, when Retief Goosen came through the test to hoist the trophy.

The course has a links feel to it, and has long been recognised as one of the best course in America, and will provide a tough challenge to those competing in 2018.

The length of the course is 7,440 off the tips, much shorter than Erin Hills last year (8,200 yards) – with the longest par-5 being 616 yards, but the shortest par-3 being just 159.

The course’s biggest danger will be when the wind blows and how deep the rough is, scoring will certainly not be easy.

Brooks Koepka is the defending champion this year, following his first Major victory at Erin Hills in 2017.

Major champions: Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Jordan Spieth and Rory Mcilroy are all set to feature this year, as well as new Masters Champion Patrick Reed.

Tiger Woods will also be playing his first US Open since 2015 and 10 years since he won the 2008 US Open in dramatic style.

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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US Open TV Coverage 2018

Here we take a look at how and when you can tune in to the 2018 US Open at Shinnecock Hills