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articleJustin Rose, in his quest for a second U.S. Open title, got a first-hand look at Chambers Bay with architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. (USGA/Fred Vuich)Rose Hopes Early Work Pays Off Once Again
articleWhen Robert Trent Jones II LLC pitched their plan to build Chambers Bay in 2003, it included the thought of hosting the U.S. Open in 2030. Their expectations have been surpassed. (USGA/Darren Carroll)Sound and Vision: The Birth of Chambers Bay
articleFans of all ages will be able to enjoy activities in celebration of the start of U.S. Open week at Chambers Bay on Sunday, June 14. (USGA/Jason Miczek)Sunday U.S. Open Kickoff Celebration Open to Public
articleFirst- and Second-Round Groupings and Starting Times AnnouncedFirst- and Second-Round Groupings and Starting Times Announced
articleByeong-Hun An competed at Chambers Bay in the 2010 U.S. Amateur, but knows the elite competition in the U.S. Open will give him little advantage over his counterparts. (Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)An Awaits Another Chambers Bay Test
articleCheng-Tsung Pan's efforts in earning medalist honors on Monday included a hole-in-one on the seventh hole of his first round. (USGA/Steven Gibbons)A Clean Sweep for Huskies in Cle Elum
articleBeau Hossler will make his third U.S. Open appearance at Chambers Bay, earning a spot with rounds of 65-71 on Monday. (USGA/J.D. Cuban)Hossler Among Six to Earn Open Spots in Newport Beach
articleCamilo Villegas rode an opening-round 64 at The Lakes Golf and Country Club to a spot in his eighth U.S. Open, and first since 2011. (USGA/Fred Vuich)Fifteen Earn Spots in Columbus, Ohio Qualifier
articleCole Hammer, 15, will be among the youngest competitors in U.S. Open history when he competes at Chambers Bay. (USGA/Darren Carroll)Hammer, 15, One of Six to Punch U.S. Open Tickets in Dallas
articleTwo-time champion Retief Goosen shot rounds of 64-72 to qualify for his 17th career U.S. Open. (USGA/John Gress)Two-Time Champion Goosen Qualifies for U.S. Open
articleMichael Davan had every reason to smile on Monday, as rounds of 65-67 earned him medalist honors and a spot in his first U.S. Open. (USGA/Matt Sullivan)Davan Leads Quartet of First-Time U.S. Open Qualifiers
articleTim O'Neal battled through a second-round 73 and three playoff holes to earn a spot in his first U.S. Open. (USGA/Simon Bruty)O’Neal Exorcises Past Demons, Earns U.S. Open Spot
articleRoberto Castro fired rounds of 64-68 at Hawks Ridge Golf Club, and will make his third U.S. Open start when he tees it up at Chambers Bay. (USGA/Tami Chappell)Roberto Castro Advances, Brother Franco First Alternate
articleLuke Donald rebounded from some tough moments during his first round on Monday to shoot a second-round 68 and secure his 12th U.S. Open start. (USGA/Scott A. Miller)Luke Donald Uses Home-Course Advantage to Qualify for U.S. Open
articleThese four players earned U.S. Open spots in the Purchase, N.Y. qualifier. From left to right: Rich Berberian Jr., Jamie Lovemark, Pat Wilson, two-time champion Lee Janzen. (USGA/Michael Cohen)Janzen Earns Return Trip to U.S. Open While Three Others Earn First Trip
articleThree-time major champion Vijay Singh will attempt to earn a spot in his 19th U.S. Open when he tees it up in the Columbus, Ohio qualifier. (USGA/Fred Vuich)Storylines: U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying
articleThe U.S. Open Trophy is making stops around the country, including this recent one at Stevens Park Golf Course in Dallas, allowing fans to get a close-up look during the 'Open For All™' program. (Crystal Mukai)Open Trophy Making Its Way to Chambers Bay
articleMiguel Angel Jimenez's leap in the Official World Golf Ranking has assured him of a 14th U.S. Open appearance. He finished tied for second in 2000. (USGA/Michael Cohen)Jimenez, Moore Among Additional 25 to Earn U.S. Open Exemptions
articleMarcus Fraser locked down his third U.S. Open appearance on the first hole of Monday's 5-for-4 playoff at Walton Heath. (USGA/Matthew Harris)U.S. Open Tickets Punched in England Qualifier
articleThese five are headed to Chambers Bay to compete in the 2015 U.S. Open. From left: Wen-Chong Liang, Masahiro Kawamura, Hiroyuki Fujita, Kurt Barnes, Seuk Hyun Baek. (USGA/AFLO)Five Earn U.S. Open Spots in Japan Qualifier
articleAfter four unsuccessful attempts at making it into the U.S. Open field, Cody Gribble withstood two stages of qualifying in 2014, ultimately finishing tied for 21st at Pinehurst. (USGA/Fred Vuich)The Long Road to the Open
articleMasters champion Jordan Spieth, whose caddie, Michael Greller (left) began his caddieing career at Chambers Bay, is one of 49 players fully exempt into the U.S. Open field as of the close of entries. (USGA/Steven Gibbons)More Than 9,800 Aim to Compete in U.S. Open at Chambers Bay
articleFans will have the opportunity to participate in interactive golf activities as part of the U.S. Open Experience. (USGA/Jason Miczek)'Open For All'™ Community Activities Announced
articleMichael Davis, USGA Executive Director and Diana M. Murphy USGA Vice President during media day for the 2015 U.S. Open - Media Day at Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash. on Monday, April 27, 2015. (Copyright USGA/Steven Gibbons)Excitement Builds for U.S. Open at Chambers Bay
articlePeter Uihlein, now a member of the PGA European Tour, captured the 2010 U.S. Amateur at Chambers Bay, the first USGA championship conducted there. (USGA/John Mummert)Peter Uihlein: Chambers Bay Champion
articleGolf balls are collected by staff members to minimize traffic on the 15th green at Chambers Bay during the winter. (USGA/Steve Gibbons)U.S. Open Preparation a Winter Focus at Chambers Bay
articleMartin Kaymer finished off his U.S. Open victory in style by making a 12-foot par putt on No. 18 to complete a final-round 69. (USGA/Steven Gibbons)Kaymer Completes U.S. Open Victory Lap