ERIN, Wis. (WBAY) – The U.S. Open has arrived at Erin Hills in Wisconsin. Wisconsin native Steve Stricker has had a lot on his plate lately. And coming up next week he will be hosting the Champions Tour event in Madison. He had to play a lot just to get to this U.S. Open. He qualified down in Memphis last week. Stricker has arrived though and will try to make the most of this golden opportunity in his home state.
At Erin Hills the USGA wants wind for the U.S. Open. They hope to challenge the players. But they probably don’t want quite as much as we had over the weekend. Two-time U.S. Open champion Andy north, a Wisconsin native, says he doesn't know whether to expect -4 or -17 for a winning score. That's part of the nature of hosting a major on a course that has not seen PGA Tour players. But North does know to expect one thing.
ERIN, Wis. (WBAY) – At Erin Hills the first competitive shot of the U.S. Open will be played at 6:45 a.m. on Thursday -- by Mequon native Jordan Niebrugge. The 23 year-old is excited to make his U.S. open debut in his home state. “It should be interesting,” Niebrugge said of his early tee time. “I don't know if I've ever gone off at 6:45 a.m. before. It will be great. To get off to great start and then relax after, that is my goal. It's pretty incredible.
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