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Where2Golf latest updates

Courses:

Erin Hills: this fabulous inland links-style course in Wisconsin is set to host the 117th US Open championship; Dustin Johnson defends (June 15-18).
Woking: this renowned course in Surrey, England was the pioneer of open heathland golf around London in the 1890s.

Tournaments:
US Open: the second men’s major of 2017 promises to be a belter, albeit without Phil Mickelson or Tiger Woods in the field (June 15-18).
The Amateur Championship: dating back to 1885, the world’s most illustrious amateur competition will be played at Royal St George’s and Prince’s golf clubs (June 19-24).

Who's Who: 
Jason Dufner: the “Duf” gets back into the PGA Tour winner’s circle in the Memorial Tournament at “Jack’s Place”.
Ariya Jutanugarn: LPGA’s 2016 top money-winner records her first win of 2017 in the Manulife LPGA Classic in Ontario, Canada.


  
 
  

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