US Open 2019

US Open
June 13-16
Course: Pebble Beach Golf Links. California, USA
TV Coverage: Sky Sports Thursday to Sunday

The US Open will be held at Pebble Beach in 2019 for the fifth time in its history.

Jack Nicklaus won in 1972, which would be his 11th major title. It would then be on the US Open’s rotation every ten years with Tom Watson winning in 1982 and Tom Kite coming out victorious in 1992.

Tiger Woods set the record for biggest win and winning margin in 2000, a 12-under-par gave him a 15 stroke victory.

Irishman Graeme McDowell won the latest edition of the US Open at Pebble Beach in 2010 becoming the first European to win the major in 40 years.

This is the second major that Brooks Koepka will look to defend. He made history by becoming only the third player to successfully defend a US Open since the second world war.

If he were to make it three in a row, he would break history again by being the first man to do that in over 110 years.

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