Golf courses for a U.S. Open rota

1 of 8 Fred Vuich
Sports Illustrated's Gary Van Sickle thinks the USGA should create a U.S. Open rota, like the R&A has for the British Open. Here are his picks for courses that he would have host our country's national championship. Oakmont Country Club U.S. Opens Hosted: 2007 (Angel Cabrera), 1994 (Ernie Els), 1983 (Larry Nelson), 1973 (Johnny Miller), 1962 (Jack Nicklaus), 1953 (Ben Hogan), 1935 (Sam Parks, Jr.), 1927 (Tommy Armour).
2 of 8 Bob Martin/SI
Pebble Beach Golf Links U.S. Opens Hosted: 2010 (TBD), 2000 (Tiger Woods), 1992 (Tom Kite), 1982 (Tom Watson), 1972 (Jack Nicklaus).
3 of 8 Ray Stubblebine/Reuters
Bethpage Black Golf Course U.S. Opens Hosted: 2009 (Lucas Glover), 2002 (Tiger Woods)
4 of 8 Fred Vuich
Pinehurst No. 2 U.S. Opens Hosted: 2005 (Michael Campbell), 1999 (Payne Stewart).
5 of 8 Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images
Whistling Straits Golf Club U.S. Opens Hosted: None
6 of 8 Fred Vuich
Shinnecock Hills Golf Club U.S. Opens Hosted: 2005 (Retief Goosen), 1995 (Corey Pavin), 1986 (Raymond Floyd), 1896 (James Foulis).
7 of 8 Fred Vuich
Winged Foot Golf Club U.S. Opens Hosted: 2006 (Geoff Ogilvy), 1984 (Fuzzy Zoeller), 1974 (Hale Irwin), 1959 (Billy Casper), 1929 (Bobby Jones)
8 of 8 Robert Beck
Torrey Pines Golf Course U.S. Opens Hosted: 2008 (Tiger Woods) Sound off and tell use what you think of these courses and the idea of the U.S. Open using a rota like the British Open. Read and post comments.