The U.S. Open, one of the most 4 main championships in golfing, will start Thursday after being postponed from its unique date in June on account of the pandemic.
The 72-hole event, open to each pros and amateurs, has been held yearly since 1895 when it first happened on the Newport Nation Membership in Newport, R.I.
Mockingly, the event used to be ruled by way of British gamers early on. It wasn’t till 1911 when John J. McDermott changed into the primary American ever to win the championship.
This 12 months’s U.S. Open will happen at Winged Foot West Route in Mamaroneck, N.Y., which is famously referred to as the similar path the place Phil Mickelson misplaced his perfect probability at profitable the U.S. Open in 2006.
Winged Foot is thought of as one of the vital tough Majors lessons. The U.S. Open has been held right here 5 occasions, and of the greater than 700 gamers to compete at the West Route, best two have completed 72 holes underneath par, in line with Golfweek.
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WHERE: Winged Foot West Route, Mamaroneck, N.Y.
WHEN: Sept. 17-Sept. 20
TV: NBC, GOLF Channel
LAST FIVE WINNERS
2019: GARY WOODLAND
Gary Forest defeated two-time protecting champion Brooks Koepka by way of 3 strokes on the Pebble Seashore Golfing Hyperlinks in Pebble Seashore, Calif. to win the 2019 U.S. Open, shooting his first main identify.
Forest led by way of two strokes after the primary two rounds. He maintained the lead by way of a unmarried stroke within the 3rd spherical and would cross on to complete 13 underneath par.
2018: BROOKS KOEPKA
Brooks Koepka defended his U.S. Open championship, incomes his 2d main on the time when he completed one over par to defeat Dustin Johnson on the Shinnecock Hills Golfing Membership on Lengthy Island, N.Y.
Koepka is the 3rd particular person to ever earn back-to-back wins on the U.S. Open since International Battle II.
2017: BROOKS KOEPKA
What will be the first of 4 main championship wins, Brian Koepka went 16 underneath par at Erin Hills in Erin, Wis., to overcome fellow American Brian Harman by way of 4 strokes on the 2017 U.S. Open.
2016: DUSTIN JOHNSON
Dustin Johnson captured his first main championship when he beat Jim Furyk, Shane Lowry and Scott Piercy by way of 3 strokes within the 2016 U.S. Open held on the Oakmont Nation Membership in Oakmont and Plum, Pa.
2015: JORDAN SPIETH
Jordan Spieth received his first U.S. Open and back-to-back main titles when he beat Dustin Johnson and Louis Oosthuizen by way of only one stroke at Chambers Bay in College Position, Wash., in 2015.