The final hole on the 2018 US Open venue is aptly called 'Home'.
The penultimate hole at Shinnecock Hills is a 180-yard par-3.
The longest hole on the course will probably play as a three-shot hole in 2018.
A short hole that will offer birdie chances, see our guide on the par-4 15th hole.
Take a par on the 519-yard par-4 14th at Shinnecock Hills.
A true risk and reward hole, the 13th at Shinnecock could yield plenty of birdies.
Hit the fairway and you've got a birdie chance on the par-4 12th at Shinnecock Hills.
The shortest hole on the course, the par-3 11th is still a challenge.
The back nine starts with a 415 yard par-4, known as Eastward Ho.
Shinnecock Hills Hole By Hole Guide: Hole 9 Hole 9: Par-4: 485 yards | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 |…
12 bunkers line the 8th hole at Shinnecock Hills. See our guide on it here.
The par-3 7th plays into the prevailing wind so clubbing is crucial. See our hole guide here.
Take a look at our guide on the incredibly picturesque par-4 sixth at Shinnecock Hills.
The first of Shinnecock's two par-5's, the fifth will provide birdie opportunities in 2018.
A well-guarded par-4, the fourth hole is a tough challenge with par being a very good score indeed.
The par-4 third has been made more difficult than its 2004 version. Take a look at our guide here.
A guide to the second hole at Shinnecock Hills ahead of the 2018 US Open.
The 2018 US Open competitors will be greeted by a short par-4 with a slight dogleg to the right.
Greeting the players for their first tee shot at this year's US Open is this challenging Par 5. Normally a good chance for a birdie, but most of the field…
The second hole at Erin Hills provides golfers with a challenging, but makable, birdie opportunity after a difficult opener.