Green area at No. 17
What better location than the drive-able par-4 that has determined or had a big impact on the eventual champion.
Grandstand at the 15th green
From here, you can watch approach shots into the 500-yard par-4 and tee shots to the 231-yard par-3 16th.
Green area at No. 12
Seeing if anyone can reach the longest hole in U.S. Open history (667 yards) in two is always intriguing. And you can watch tee shots to the 183-yard 13th.
Green area at No. 8
Not only can you see the longest par-3 in U.S. Open history, you can see the No. 4 green to your right and the tricky No. 2 hole behind you.
Teeing area at No. 6
You can see approaches to the No. 5 green, tee shots at the par-4 seventh, in addition to the 194-yard par-3.
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