US Open 2017: Dustin Johnson looks to retain title at Erin Hills

Dustin Johnson
US Open, Erin Hills, 15-18 June
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Billed as one of golf’s toughest tests, the 2017 US Open looks set to push the world’s best to their limits as Erin Hills prepares for its first major.

At nearly 8,000 yards, the 11-year-old links-style layout will be the longest course in the championship’s history.

World number one and defending champion Dustin Johnson heads the field in Wisconsin, where knee-high rough has dominated the pre-tournament debate.

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