U.S. Open won't return to Erin Hills

Mike Clemens
June 12, 2017 - 4:20 pm

John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports


Erin Hills, WI - Wisconsin golf fans have been excited to welcome the U.S. Open to the Erin Hills golf course in Washington County. But according to former winner and analyst Johnny Miller, this could be the last time the U.S. Open is ever played at the course. Miller described Erin Hills to the Chicago Tribune as windy and too long, and expects unfavorable reviews.  Erin Hills covers over 7,700 yards, featuring 1,700 tons of sand. The first round of the tournament tees off this Thursday morning. The Bill Michaels Show will broadcast statewide from the golf course on Sportsradio 105.7 FM The FAN, Milwaukee.  READ MORE

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