The Erin Hills golf course in Erin, Wis. All eyes will focus on how the roughly 7,700-yard, par-72 course will test the world's best golfers in its inaugural major appearance as the course will host the U.S. Open.
The Erin Hills golf course in Erin, Wis. All eyes will focus on how the roughly 7,700-yard, par-72 course will test the world's best golfers in its inaugural major appearance as the course will host the U.S. Open. Rick Wood Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel via AP
The Erin Hills golf course in Erin, Wis. All eyes will focus on how the roughly 7,700-yard, par-72 course will test the world's best golfers in its inaugural major appearance as the course will host the U.S. Open. Rick Wood Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel via AP

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June 10, 2017 3:06 PM