The U.S. Open Championship is the second of the four major championships on the PGA Tour. This championship title is one of the oldest in the sport as it's history dates back to 1895. Although the competition is played on American soil, the early years were dominated by British golfers. The past 50 years have seen an influx of talented players from throughout the world's golfing community making the U.S. Open one of the most exciting competitions in men's golf. Every tournament has its niche, and with the U.S. Open, it’s said to be made the toughest for those with inconsistent drives. They try to keep the course long and, therefore, courses that want to be a part of the U.S. Open rotation will sometimes undergo renovations to make themselves attractive to the tournament.
The U.S. Open is held at different courses each year, and though some courses have made regular appearances, no course has hosted the event two years in a row. Courses are selected that require high skill level and rarely produce wins significantly under par. The U.S. Open is unique among the golf majors due to tiebreaking rules that provide for an additional 18-hole round of play held the day after the final. Only after that round - should the contestants still be tied - is a sudden-death playoff held. The tournament is one that every golfer dreams of winning, and being that it is held all over the country, you’ll have a chance to see it without having to travel too far. Don't miss your chance to be part of golf history! Score with TicketCity - the place to go for U.S. Open Golf tickets.
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2018 U.S. Open Preview
The 2018 U.S. Open kicks off on June 11 at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Southampton, New York. This will be the fifth time that the tournament has been held at this course. Brooks Koepka won his first major championship at Open in 2017. Top contenders include former champions Justin Rose, Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson.