The awesome thing about golf is the selection of beautiful golf courses. Erin Hills, which hosted the U.S. Open this week, is just as pretty as any.
The official Erin Hills YouTube channel features multiple drone clips of each hole. Each one is breathtaking so take a look at three of them, as you can feel the wind being taken away from you.
Let’s start with the famous, and stunning ninth hole. It was once just an “extra” hole, but was put into the course routing, and what a brilliant idea that was.
Next, we flap our wings and fly over one of the unique holes on the course, the 12th. Although this hole only has one bunker on it, it is still one of the toughest, with a fairway that can throw you off your game. This may be the only hole in all of golf where the fairway can play as a hazard at times.
Finally, let’s take a look at the sun-soaked, picturesque 18th hole. This hole features the beautiful clubhouse in the background, while Holy Hill looks down on those who walk the track. A great way to finish a round on this public gem.
So if you ever wanted to see the 2017 U.S. Open course from a different perspective, then there you go. Paul Hundley is the man responsible for these amazing flyovers.
Take them in, and after doing that, go visit Erin Hills and tee it up. I can’t stress enough that this course is open to the public, so you can step on a piece of U.S. Open history.
It’s a course that could host many majors in the future. Would love to see it host some PGA Championships. Bravo, Erin Hills.
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