- Erin Hills Golf Club
- April 27, 2018
Time lapse of the one year lead up to the US Open at Erin Hills
- FORE! Golfers Network.com
- July 18, 2017
Our Featured Guest is the architect for Erin Hills, Dana Fry. Along with his artistry in crafting the US Open venue, Fry is also currently sculpting the new South Course at Arcadia Bluffs.
- Golf Channel
- June 13, 2017
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel sports columnist Gary D’Amato reported on the tumultuous history of U.S. Open site Erin Hills explains what the future holds for the venue and Wisconsin golf.
- Mo' Golf - BuffaloGolfer.com
- June 13, 2017
Check out the original article from BuffaloGolfer.com HERE Dana Fry and Jason Straka have worked together for many years in the golf architecture business. Fry and Dr. Michael Hurdzan formed an extraordinarily successful partnership for a long time, before Hurdzan/Hurdzan and Fry/Straka became separate entities. 2017 will witness the debut of Erin Hills golf course, […]
Erin Hills wasn’t constructed to host a major golf championship. It was built for it long before man even walked its grounds. Now, on the verge of hosting its biggest tournament, the 2017 U.S. Open, the public golf course in southeastern Wisconsin is ready for its largest audience. Just beginning its second decade of play, […]
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Gary D'Amato
- June 10, 2017
How this intoxicating patch of land came to be Erin Hills, site of golf’s prestigious U.S. Open next month, is a story filled with drama and conflict, triumph and tragedy. But it started with a small ad in the newspaper.
This is a three-shot hole where players need to hit two accurate shots to leave themselves with a scoring club for their approach. If they get out of position off the tee, it will be difficult to catch up, as several bunkers will come into play and the putting surface is not receptive to […]
The only hole on the course without a bunker may seem benign, but it features an undulating fairway that can leave players with an uneven lie for their approach shot. A large mound on the left can obscure the player’s view of the putting surface for his second shot, particularly from the left side. […]
This par 3 plays in an easterly direction to an elevated green that angled from the front right to the back left. The two-tiered putting surface is 42 yards deep but very narrow, and slopes significantly from back to front. Tee shots that miss the green to the left, right or long will leave […]
This hole features setup flexibility in teeing grounds as well as a large green, lending itself to risk-reward options. Tee shots that favor the right side provide a better angle of attack to the green, and those who attempt to reach the green in two must hit a precise shot, guarding particularly against the […]