Which states have hosted the U.S. Open & how many times?
U.S. Open

Which states have hosted the U.S. Open & how many times?


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The U.S. Open has only ever been played in 17 states, meaning 33 states have never hosted the national championship. (Two more states -- Washington and Wisconsin -- will be checked off in the coming years.)

Here's a look at the states which have hosted the U.S. Open and how many times they've done it.

Or, in list format:



NY - 18
PA - 16
IL - 13
CA - 12
MA - 10
NJ - 8
OH - 7
MI - 6
MD - 5
MN - 4
NC - 3
OK - 3
CO - 3
TX - 3
MO - 2
GA - 1
RI - 1

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