It’s time for the final round of the 2016 U.S. Open! After a very wet start, this wild tournament will come to an end on June 19. Who will win this prestigious event? HollywoodLife.com wants you to see so click to watch.
Finally! After constant weather delays turned the entire Oakmont Country Club’s course into one giant water hazard, the U.S. Open has dried off in time for the final round of the honored golf tournament. Which one of the world’s best athlete’s will win this event?
That remains to be seen, as golf fans are packing an umbrella – just in case – when they head out to Oakmont, just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, for the end of the U.S. Open on June 19. Coverage of the event begins on 11:00 A.M. EST, so be ready to spend the day watching this amazing action.
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The U.S. Open started off underwater, as rain drenched the course and forged the USGA to postpone play just hours after the tournament started. Only nine players were able to finish Round 1 on June 16, according to Golf.com, and one of them was Andrew Landry, 28. Though he was only ranked 624th in the world, he had the lowest first round score in the U.S. Open at Oakmont’s history, per CBS Sports.
“Just one of those rounds that comes to you not once in a lifetime,” he said, “but it comes to you once or twice, three times a month. I’m lucky it was in the first round of the U.S. Open.” Jason Day, 28, the winner of the Players Championship, and Jordan Spieth, 22, the defending U.S. Open champ, had to wait until June 17 to kick things off.
Jordan didn’t have that great of a first round, per CBS Sports, leading some to wonder if he was on the verge of another meltdown, like how he blew it at the Masters in April. He still did better than Tiger Woods, 40, who had to sit out the tournament due to back problems. Hopefully, he’ll tune in and see the dynamic finish to this crazy event.
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