US Open 2020

US Open

Dates: 18-21 June 2020
Venue: Winged Foot GC
TV Coverage: Sky Sports (All rounds Live)

The 120th US Open comes from Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, New York.

The West Course’s length is 7,264 yards with only two par 5’s on the scorecard.

Winged Foot last hosted the US Open in 2006 where Australian Geoff Ogilvy won his only major championship.

Phil Mickelson’s only piece of missing silverware is the US Open Trophy. ‘Lefty’ has came close many times at the U.S. Open, finishing 2nd in 1999,2002,2004,2006,2009, & 2013.

After his Open Championship win in 2013 at Muirfield, Mickelson has been chasing the Career Grand Slam but not been successful.

Gary Woodland is the defending Champion, the 35-year-old fought off World Number One Brooks Koepka to win by three shots at Pebble Beach.

Some fantastic crowds can be expected in New York, fans from the City really enjoy their golf, especially Majors.

Records:

US Open established 125 years ago, this is the 120th edition.

Lowest aggregate score – 268, Rory McIlroy (2011).

Lowest score to par: -16, Rory McIlory (2011) & Brooks Koepka (2017).

Most consecutive attempts in top 10: 16 by Ben Hogan 1940–1956 (next highest streak 7)

Largest margin of victory: 15 strokes by Tiger Woods, 2000. This is the all-time record for all majors.

Youngest champion: John McDermott in 1911 at 19 years, 315 days.

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