Erin Hills, host course of the 2017 US Open, will play to a record scorecard length of 7,741 yards, making it the longest US Open course and the longest course in major championship history, surpassing the 7,695 yards on the scorecard for the 2015 US Open at Chambers Bay.
Erin Hills will also play as a par-72 course, making it the 15th time since 1930 that the US Open host course is par 72 and the first time since 1992 at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
The USGA doesn’t typically have the host course, at least in recent memory, ever play the total scorecard length during any day of the championship. Rather, these hole lengths are the official ones that may be used just once during the championship. Some holes this week, including the par-5 18th at Erin Hills, will have a different stated length each day, and the scorecard reflects that with expected but unofficial yardages.
Here’s a look at the 2017 US Open scorecard for Erin Hills Golf Course.
2017 US Open scorecard
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