Images from the 117th US Open at Erin Hills PDF Print E-mail


By Jason Bruno


The iconic Rolex clock stands tall over the practice putting green at Erin Hills







The grandstands surrounding the 18th hole are quiet before the championship begins.







The driving range at Erin Hills is packed with the best players in the world tuning

up their games.







The shortgame area is always a popular spot at any tour event.






Paul Casey working with his Trackman to dial in his distance control.








Wesley Bryan, the winner at Hilton Head earlier this year is in the field at Erin Hills.








Number 1 in the world, Dustin Johnson working hard on his wedge game.







DJ taking questions at his press conference.







Sunset on the 1st tee on the eve of the championship.







The clubhouse (background) and starter shed are within plain view from

the 1st tee at Erin Hills.







Wanna play in a US Open or just tee it up at Erin Hills? The opener is playing

608 this week!







Sweden's Alex Noren just may be the most underrated top ten player in

the world (he's ranked No.8 in the Official World Golf Rankings).








Native Badger Jordan Niebrugge hit the opening tee shot of the 117th

U.S Open at 6:45 am (cst)













The media center at Erin Hills was our homebase for the week  . . .