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US Open 2023

Dates: 15-18 June 2023
Venue: Los Angeles Country Club (North Course)  

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Los Angeles Country Club will host the US Open for the first time in 2023. That will also mark the first time it has held any Major. The club is known for its privacy and prestige, and in recent years, the only high-profile tournament it has hosted was the 2017 Walker Cup. It is a par-70 and measures over 7,200 yards depending on how they decide to set it up.

Los Angeles Country Club was established way back in 1897. Still, despite that long history, and its North Course’s reputation as one of the best in California, it has remained largely closed off to the outside world, with its members keen to retain its exclusivity and privacy - entirely in keeping with its location close to the movie-star mansions of Beverly Hills.

Both North and South courses were redesigned between 1996 and 1997 from a plan developed by John Harbottle, but perhaps the catalyst for the change in approach from the club was a Gil Hanse redesign of the North Course in 2010. Hanse restored the course to something closer to the original George C Thomas design, with advice from Thomas’ biographer George Shackleton. It reopened in October of that year.

Matt Fitzpatrick won his first, and to date, only, Major championship at last year's US Open, and will defend his title this year at LACC. Jon Ram triumphed at The Masters whilst Brooks Koepka did so at Oak Hill at the PGA Championship. 

The US Open trophy is the only piece of missing silverware from Phil Mickelson's collection, and he will once again chase the Career Grand Slam this year. He has finished second in the tournament on six separate occasions, in 1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2009, and 2013.