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Just as the Open Championship is the premier event this side of the Atlantic, the U.S. Open is the most important event on the United States Golf Association's calendar.
While picking a winner is a fool's errand, one thing is certain; few events produce a more deserving champion than what has become known as 'golf's toughest test'.
Golf fans from around the world will be flocking to the Mamaroneck, New York as Winged Foot hosts its sixth U.S. Open Championship. Without doubt one of the highlights of the golfing calendar, and a truly prestigious major championship, the U.S. Open is a must for any tournament fan.
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The U.S. Open was established in 1895, 121 years ago. It is the annual open golf tournament of the United States and is the 2nd Golf Major of the year. It is played in mid-june, so that the last round on the third weekend of the month is played on Fathers Day, a U.S. Open tradition.
There are direct flights from London Heathrow to JFK InternationalAirport which is only a 30 minute drive away from Winged Foot. Flight time from London to New York is around 8 hours. There are also many indirect flight options if you plan on visiting other cities on your trip.
Winged Foot is located just North of Long Island and is perfect for a spot of sightseeing around New York, Philadelphia and Boston are just 2 hours away and definitely worth a visit.
The U.S. Open is always played in June which sees the start of the summer season. New York has a warm and pleasant climate in June with an average of 23 C and potential highs of 27 C.
Designed by the same man who created Bethpage Black, Winged Foot will provide a tough test for golfers aiming to become U.S. Open Champion. Both courses at Winged Foot have been consistantly ranked in the Worldwide Top 100 and the West Course is a regular in Golf Digest's Top 10 for courses in the United States.
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