2018 US Open Golf Tournament

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Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, Southampton, New York will host this 2018 U.S. Open, June 14-17, 2018. The 2018 U.S. Open will be the 117th US Open.

The U.S. Open is the second-oldest USGA championship and is one of the majors on the PGA tournament. It is the jewel of the USGA competitions. The Tournament has become one of the most prestigious tournaments on the tour, the greatest players of the game have all striven to capture this coveted title.

The US Open Golf players will meet on the very challenging Shinnecock Hills Golf Club for an eagerly anticipated contest of the best golfers in the world abilities. To keep up the tradition, the final golf rounds will be contested on Father's Day.

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The US Open is the second of the year’s four golf majors. It is played during the month of June each year and comes two months after the first major of the year, the US Masters and falls around five weeks before the British Open, which is the only major golf tournament to be played outside of the USA.The Tournament was seen as one of the most difficult and exciting U.S. Opens in history, breaking attendance records and creating a huge golf betting atmosphere for even the U.S. Open. 2010 promises more of the same excitement and difficulty for the Tour's best players.

Purses at the Cup have reached over $7 million dollars. In addition to the prize money awarded US Open champs are guaranteed an invitation to play in the three other major championships in the golf world: the PGA Championship, the Open Championship or British Open and the Masters. Winners of past US Opens have included golfing’s finest: Tiger Woods, Ernie Els, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. The hosting courses are among the finest in the world.

The U.S. Open is open to any professional, or to any amateur with an up-to-date USGA Handicap Index not exceeding 1.4. Players (male or female) may obtain a place by being fully exempt or by competing successfully in qualifying. The field is 156 players.

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US Open Golf History

The U.S. Open golf championship, first played in 1895, was originally played concurrently with the U.S. Amateur Open, but both were postponed because of the America's Cup, which was to occur at the same time. Both were scheduled in Newport, Rhode Island, but the Americas Cup, a yacht race, was more popular at the time and so the U.S. Open had to be delayed.

All 36 holes of the US Open were originally played in one day. That changed in 1898 when the USGA changed it to a two day event, with 36 holes on each day, for a total of 72 holes. It changed again in 1926, with 18 holes each day on the first two days, and 36 on the third. Since 1965, the U.S. Open has played with 18 holes per round, for four days.

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Betting US Open Golf

Betting on golf is at its most exciting during one of the four majors: The Masters, U.S. Open and PGA. in the U.S., and the British Open. With the exception of The Masters which is always played at Augusta, Georgia, the venue for these events rotates among a group of leading courses.

Golf betting is available on PGA, LPGA and European Tour events, The Masters, the U.S. Open, the British Open, and the Ryder Cup, which in recent years has become highly competitive with the outcome frequently coming down to the results of the last few singles match-ups.

Betting on golf has increased dramatically in popularity over recent years. Two different types of bets are offered; the first is betting on the winner of the event with odds, generally ranging from about 7/1 to 70/1, being offered on all players. These odds are then adjusted after each round of play. Secondly, there are match-ups in which two or more players are hypothetically matched against each other, either on a round-by-round basis or over the entire course of the tournament.

2017 US Open Winner

Brooks Koepka wins the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills. He converted the birdie putt to gain a huge advantage on the field at the toughest spot on the course, locking up his first major.

2016 US Open Winner

Dustin Johnson wins his first major championship. Johnson birdied the par-4 18th hole to ice it, and after the round he was given a one-stroke penalty for his ball having moved as he addressed it on the fifth green. The penalty stroke, while controversial, was a moot point as Johnson's 69 and his four-under total was still good for a three-shot win.

2015 US Open Winner

With his victory in the U.S. Open on Sunday, his second major in a row, 21-year-old Jordan Spieth became the youngest winner of the national championship since Bobby Jones in 1923.

2014 US Open Winner

Martin Kaymer shot a 1-under 69 and was aggressively smart all day on Sunday. Kaymer's winning margin of eight over runners-up Rickie Fowler and Erik Compton has been bested only by Woods (2000, 15 strokes) and Willie Smith (1899, 9 strokes).

2013 US Open Winner

Justin Rose wins 2013 US Open. Rose was drilling his approach stone dead at the 12 for a tap-in birdie, and sinking another at the shot 13. He would drop shots at 14 and 15 coming in but simply stunning tee shots at 17 and 18.

2012 US Open Winner

2012 US Open Golf Winner

US Open 2012: Webb Simpson Soars to First Major Victory. After winning the 2012 U.S. Open, many people are wondering just who the heck is Webb Simpson.

Clearly, Simpson is off to a great start in 2012. He has made the cut in both major tournaments this season (he placed 44th at The Masters Tournament) and has already finished in the top 10 in five out of his 14 opportunities.

2011 US Open Winner

2011 US Open Golf Winner

Rory McIlroy victory is the fourth-largest at the US Open and made him the youngest winner of the tournament since amateur legend Bobby Jones back in 1923. McIlroy dug his approach shot on No. 1 out of a divot to 6 feet for a birdie Sunday. McIlroy shot a 2-under 69 to close the four days at Congressional at 16-under 268, shattering a U.S. Open scoring records.

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