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US Open Golf
The U.S. Open is a national golf competition held in the continental United States each June. It is organized by the USGA, the United States Gold Association, which is one of the most influential golf organizations in the world. The competition is marked on the PGA Tour, the European Tour, and the Japan Golf Tour. To many, this competition’s greatest lure to competitive athletes is the astounding $12,500,000 prize. Winners are also awarded with a magnificent trophy, as well as the notoriety of winning. Keep reading to learn more about the U.S. Open golf tournament.
Formed in the late 1800s, this tournament consists of 72 holes, or 4 rounds that take place on 18-hole courses. As with most all golf games, the winner is the athlete who has the lowest number of strokes at the end of the 72 holes. It is known for having a tough series of courses that make getting holes challenging. Golf—the publication—calls it the “meanest, toughest, roughest, cruelest, stingiest” competition in golf. Golf Monthly has asked readers: “Is the U.S. Open too difficult?” No doubt, it is a challenge, and that is part of what makes it such a fantastic viewership experience. Experts say that accurate driving is absolutely imperative to make it to the top in the tournament.
Recent winners include Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Jordan Spieth, Martin Kaymer, Justin Rose, Webb Simpson, Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell, Lucas Glover, Tiger Woods, Angel Cabrera, Geoff Ogilvy, Michael Campbell, Retief Goosen, Payne Stewart, Lee Janzen, and Ernie Els. Most of these champions are from the United States, but some represent South Africa, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Germany, and England.
In golf, there are a few major competitions that competitors, trainers, industry workers, and fans track. The U.S. Open is in that tier of highly promoted and followed competitions. The Masters Tournament, which takes place in April, and the PGA Championship, which takes place in May, are tournaments of a similar status. However, the U.S. Open typically boasts the biggest financial prize. It is also known as the Father’s Day competition, since if the weather cooperates without delays, the finale occurs on the third Sunday of June, which is Father’s Day.
In the next decade, future competition sites include Mamaroneck, New York; San Diego, California; Brookline, Massachusetts; Los Angeles, California; Village of Pinehurst, North Carolina; Oakmont, Pennsylvania; Southampton, New York; and Pebble Beach, California. Each venue is picturesque, and many have historic significance to the championship, which has been held for over 100 years. If any of these destinations appeal to you, or if you are a devoted spectator of golf, take advantage of ticket sales and purchase your seats now.