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The Country Club Location, Weather & History for the 2022 U.S. Open

David Kaestle
The Country Club weather, location and history for U.S. Open.
The Country Club weather, location and history for U.S. Open. / Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports
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The third major of the year is ready to tee off on Thursday, June 16 when the U.S. Open, set to take place at The Country Club in Brookline, MA, begins. This tournament was last played here in 1988 when Curtis Strange came away with the victory.

The Country Club Location

The U.S. Open will take place at The Country Club in Brookline, MA. It's set to tee off on Thursday, June 16.

The Country Club Weather

The weather forecast for the U.S. Open looks to be fairly pleasant. Three of the four days are set to have temperatures in the mid-70s and sunny or partly cloudy. Friday presents the only chance of precipitation at 50%, but it will also be the hottest, with a high of 90 degrees.

The Country Club History

The Country Club in Brookline, MA, an affluent Boston suburb, has previously been the host of three U.S. Open tournaments, most recently in 1988 (also 1963 and 1913). It also hosted the Ryder Cup in 1999 and multiple U.S. Amateur tournaments on both the men's and women's sides. Below are the last 10 winners of the U.S. Open, regardless of the course.

1. 2021 - Jon Rahm

2. 2020 - Bryson DeChambeau

3. 2019 - Gary Woodland

4. 2018 - Brooks Koepka

5. 2017 - Brooks Koepka

6. 2016 - Dustin Johnson

7. 2015 - Jordan Spieth

8. 2014 - Martin Kaymer

9. 2013 - Justin Rose

10. 2012 - Webb Simpson

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