The heat of an epic battle may not have ended in a result but at least it kept our man awake. Bill reflects on a truly immense final day, lamenting…

Golf Monthly gives you the full Oakmont line-up and suggests some key groups to follow.

Golf Monthly's betting expert runs the rule over the Oakmont field for the second Major of the season and suggests some interesting value and specialist market bets

US Open Blog

When the US Open gets underway Golf Monthly’s Luke Norman will be live at Oakmont giving an exclusive look at what is going on.

The US Open is generally considered the most challenging tournament on the professional rota and Oakmont 2007 will do little to affect the consensus. Lightning-fast greens, tangling and treacherous…

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Hole 6 Par 3, 194 yards Oakmont?s first par-3 is not as famous as those that come later but it?s still a tricky test. The small green is extremely…

Hole 5 Par 4, 382 yards The players might breathe a sigh of relief here, as they finally tee up on a short par 4 and there are definitely…

Hole 4 Par 5, 609 yards Darting back from the 3rd green, the Church Pews are a real problem on this hole as well, combining with the bunkers in…

Hole 3 Par 4, 428 yards The world-famous Church Pews bunker dominates this hole. At 100 yards long and 30 yards wide, with 12 grassy pews in the middle,…

Hole 2 Par 4, 440 yards The sharply undulating green is the main defence here with an absolute premium on approaching your first putt from below the flag. It?s…

Hole 1 Par 4, 482 yards The tournament will open with a real bang with this devilish hole. Large bunkering down the left and trees on the right demand…

Hole by Hole Link

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Hole 7 Par 4, 479 yards This tough par 4 demands a powerful tee-shot followed by a long iron to a putting surface that slopes from left to right.…