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For the second time in the last three summers (Chambers Bay in 2015), the U.S. Open will be contested on a relatively new golf track. A 7,741-yard monster situated 35 miles northwest of Milwaukee, Erin Hills opened to the public in 2006 and is the first U.S. Open layout to feature a par of 72 since Tom Kite shot 3-under at Pebble Beach in 1992.
For those scoring at home, take note of the history that will be made in Wisconsin this week, as Erin Hills is set to officially lay claim to the title of “longest course in major championship history.” Now, all that’s left to do is figure out how to tame this beast from a wagering perspective.
You are going to want to watch every minute of action from the 2017 U.S. Open this week, and CBS Sports is here to tell you exactly how you can accomplish that charge. Exciting action will be aplenty Thursday through Sunday at Erin Hills in Wisconsin, and you can catch it all both on your television and streaming live online.
Here’s a look at the schedule of events so you can watch as much golf as possible over the next four days. Weather may dictate some changes to the start times below, and tee times have not yet been released for the weekend.
If you don’t want to be glued to the screen, be sure to check back with CBS Sports as we will feature a live blog covering every angle
ERIN, WIS. — Down the pretty green County Q Road West, beyond the silos and the barns, beyond the pick-your-own-strawberries place, beyond the every-so-often houses and the Little Red Schoolhouse and the gumdrop town of Colgate, and beyond the beautiful hay bales in the trucks, the deer warning sign and the obligatory mailbox with a Green Bay Packers “G” insignia on it, here’s the gargantuan underdog.
It’s 7,741 yards long out here. It’s on a vast 652 acres, dwarfing the golf-course norm. It’s 37 miles northwest of Milwaukee, after the interstate signs start hinting about Fond du Lac and the radio holds a hot-as-June conversation about Aaron Rodgers’s contract.
Hell, it’s 11 years old or, in golf history, a blip of a blip of a blip.
Two decades ago, it was Earl and Bernice Millikin’s cattle farm, with their outstanding Charolais that once numbered 450 and once, during the 1970s, boasted Adonis, Earl’s favorite bull. This week, somehow, it’s the site of the 117th U.S. Open after a vivid whoosh of a history — if two decades can count as a history — told lately in Gary D’Amato’s smashing seven-part series in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.