The legendary stadium wings will be determined to host the seventh time of the 2028 U.S. Open history
On January 10th, Beijing time, the American Golf Association announced that the Wing -foot Golf Club (Western Stadium) of New York State will become the host site of the 2028 U.S. Open.
“Wing feet provide a big background for many dramatic moments in this sports history. Many legendary players are crowned at the iconic West Stadium in the club!” John Bodenhamer, CEO of the USGA Championship, said”As a national contest, we are working hard to provide players with an excellent arena, and the feet are very suitable!”
The wings are located in Malonek, New York, with two 18 -hole golf courses in the east and west.They were designed by A.W. Tillinghast and debuted for the first time in 1923; in 2018, the stadium designer Gil Hanse was renovated and repaired.
“This is an incredible moment for everyone at the Wings Club,” said Rob Williams, chairman of the Wingfoot Golf Club.”The club has a long history, and has always been traditionally hosted by the National Championship. I am looking forward to the arrival of the 2028 US Open and write a new chapter for the club’s history!”
In 2028, the 128th American Open will be the seventh time the event will be held at the wings.This is also the 14th championship of the club’s 14th U.S. High Association.In the centennial history of the club, six American Open, two American Amateur Championships, two American Women’s Public Competitions, an American Evergreen Open, an American Amateur Four Ball Championship, and a Walker Cup.In addition, Wing’s feet hosted the 1997 Grand Slam event, the PGA Championship.
In 1929, in the first US Open held by the feet, amateur player Bobby Jones defeated Al Enspinosa in the 36 -hole extension with 23 shots.Three U.S. Open Champions.Thirty years later, Billy Casper won the four -day 72 -hole Bizop. This is the first of the two American Open Champions in his personal career.In 1974, Hale Irwin, the US Open, won the first American Open Championship in the wing foot with 287 puppets with 72 holes and 287 poles that exceeded the standard rod.
In 1984, FUZZY Zoeller defeated Graig Norman in the 18th extension and won the US Open Championship.In 2006, Geoff Ogilvy dramatically defeated Jim Furik, Phil Mickelson and Colin Monagemali with a advantage to win the championship trophy.In 2020, the latest US Open held in the wing foot, Breson Dechang Bo won at a score of 6 poles.
In 2028, after holding the seventh US Open, Wingfish will be the second most popular in the United States Open with the Baltusrol Golf Club in New Jersey.The Oak Mansi Rural Club has held nine U.S. Open, and the tenth will usher in the competition in 2025.In addition, with the holding of the 128th US Open, New York will host this competition to 22 games, which is the largest of all states.
In June 2022, Matt Fitzpatrick won a trophy of the American Open in a rural club in Brookline in Massachusetts.Nine years ago, he also won the championship in the U.S. Amateur.The British player, like the legendary star, the 18 Grand Slam winner Jack Nicklaus, became the only golfer who won the two major USGA champions in the same venue!
Looking forward to the U.S. Open in 2028 at the Wingfoot Golf Course.
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