PHOTOS: U.S. Open host courses

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The Olympic Club hosted the U.S. Open for the third time in 2012, the first being in 1955. Here is a look at some of the other classics that have hosted the national championship, and some new venues that will soon.
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Congressional Country Club hosted the U.S. Open in 2011, when Rory McIlroy took home the title with a historic performance. Congressional held its first of three Opens in 1964.
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Pebble Beach last hosted the U.S. Open in 2010, when Graeme McDowell won for his first major title. Pebble Beach has held the U.S. Open five times and will host its sixth in 2019.
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Bethpage Black hosted its second Open in 2009, when Lucas Glover raised the trophy. Tiger Woods won the first Open at Bethpage Black in 2002.
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Torrey Pines hosted its first U.S. Open in 2008, when Tiger Woods took home his 14th major in a 19-hole playoff against Rocco Mediate. The U.S. Open returns to Torrey Pines in 2021.
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Oakmont will host its record-setting ninth U.S. Open in 2016. The last time the tournament was held at this tough track was in 2007, when Angel Cabrera walked away victorious.
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The last U.S. Open at Winged Foot in New York was in 2006, when Geoff Ogilvy took home the title after Phil Mickelson made double bogey on the 72nd hole to lose. Winged Foot's first of five Opens was in 1929, and will again play host in 2020.
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The No. 2 Course at Pinehurst last hosted the U.S. Open in 2005, when Michael Campbell won. Pinehurst has held the U.S. Open three times and will be the host again in 2024.
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Retief Goosen won the 2004 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills, which has held the event four times, the first being in 1896. The Open will be played there in 2018 as well.
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Baltusrol last hosted the U.S. Open in 1993, when Lee Janzen took home the title. Baltusrol has held the U.S. Open six times, the first being in 1915.
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The Merion Golf Club hosted its fifth U.S. Open in 2013.
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Chambers Bay hosted its first U.S. Open in 2015, its terrain, difficulty and coverage becoming a polarizing topic of discussion in the golf world.
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Erin Hills was awarded the 2017 U.S. Open, the first time the track will host the major tournament.
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4. The Country Club -- Massachusetts (1999) Home to the history-making U.S. Open of 1913, where Francis Ouimet stunned British titans Harry Vardon and Ted Ray, the course now informally known as Brookline provided even more drama in its Cup debut, thanks to Justin Leonard's heroic 45-foot bomb at the 17th. It also focused renewed attention on Rees Jones's game-changing restoration, one of history's best, which explains its ranking of 37th in the world.
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The U.S. Open comes to the North Course in 2023, the LA-area's first U.S. Open since 1948, when Ben Hogan won at Riviera Country Club.