2017 US Open: Sunday final round pin placements, hole locations
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2017 US Open: Sunday final round pin placements, hole locations


The 2017 US Open Sunday pin sheet has been released for the fourth and final round, the culmination of the first national championship at Erin Hills in Wisconsin. The hole locations are a big unknown this week, as it's unclear where the USGA will use on each hole, each day.

Let's look at the hole locations (pin placements) as selected by the USGA.

2017 US Open Sunday final round pin placements

Some things to note:

  • On the par-3 ninth, the brutal back hole location plays into a crosswind, which should make the hole treacherous
  • The pin at No. 10 will be tough to find easily, with the hole inviting a draw with second shot.
  • The pin on No. 17¬†should be dicey with a shelf on the left side of the green

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