Review & Betting Tips For The US Open

Jon Rahm 11/1 © Rolex

Jon Rahm 11/1 © Rolex

The U.S. Open heads to Hollywood, for the season’s third Major Championship pitching up at the Los Angeles Country Club’s North Course. The club had a bit of a nomadic start, first founded in 1897, when 16-acre were leased at the corner of Pico and Alvarado streets – which is now part of the Alvarado Terrace Historic District – for a nine-hole golf course. Named “The Windmill Links,” the course was named after a makeshift clubhouse crafted from the bottom of an abandoned windmill.

In 1898 with the course becoming too crowded it moved to Pico Heights, at Hobart and 16th streets. The new home was named “The Convent Links” for its location behind a convent near Rosedale Cemetery. Again, nine holes were laid out for play, but by the spring of 1899, this course and clubhouse had also become too restricted for play.

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