Chambers Bay should be more like home to the British and Irish contingents this year. The links style course opened eight years ago with the sole purpose of hosting a US Open.
The course offers a some unique and striking views of the North West United States.
What will Chambers Bay really be like?
Let’s have a closer look and get an indication of the challenges facing the world’s top professional golfers.
Puget Sound/Olympus/High Dunes – A view of the 227 yard par-3 9th hole. The flexible 598/496 par-4/5 1st and 436 yard par-4 10th holes are also visible.
Foxy – 399 yard par-4 2nd hole
Blown Out – the par-3 198 3rd hole.
Hazard’s Ascent – the 495 yard par-4, 4th hole
Free Fall – 5th hole – measuring in at 488 yards (par-4)
Deception Point – 495 yard par-4 6th hole
Humpback – 508 yard par-4 7th hole
High Road Low Road – The 614 yard par-5 8th hole
The Narrows – Short 311 yard par-4 13th hole
Cape Fear – 546 yard par-4 14th hole
Lone Fir – 246 or 167 yard flexible par-3 15th hole
Beached – 423 yard par-4 16th hole
Derailed – 218 yard par-3 17th hole
Tahoma – 604/525 yard flexible par-4/5 18th hole
A brief history of Chambers Bay
What hole do you think will provide the sternest test?
Where will we see the US Open title won and lost come Sunday?
Let us know in the comment section below!