For only the sixth time in the U.S. Open’s history, the tournament returns to Winged Foot’s historic West Course this month. Originally scheduled for June, the 120th championship was postponed to September because of COVID-19, and this year’s U.S. Open will be played without spectactors, who typically line the fairways and greens to watch their favorite players putt their way to the championship purse. Find out more about this year’s tournament — and past U.S. Opens — below.
The last time the U.S. Open was played at Winged Foot.
This year’s purse, the highest among golf’s major championships, with last year’s winner having taken home a cool $2.25 million,
Number of times the U.S. Open has been won by a Westchester-born golfer: Johnny Farrell in 1928 and Gene Sarazen in 1922 and 1932
Qualifiers who will play in this year’s U.S. Open, since qualifying was no longer viable due to COVID-19, leaving this year’s Open with an all-exempt field of 144 players
Countries the U.S. Open was broadcast to in 2019.
The rumored initiation fee for a new member at Winged Foot.
Yards on the West Course, which will play to a par of 35-35–70.