18 holes on Abu Dhabi GC, Strokeplay (net HCP), all playing 3/4 HCP
A Division – HCPs 0-15,9
B Division – HCPs 16-24
C Division – HCPs 24,1-36
Tee Times every day at 10AM, 2PM and 6PM
Prizes 1st to 3rd on every division + Longest Drive and Nearest to the Pin
60 RON – GolfRoom Members
200 RON – RGA Members
250 RON – Guests
About the tournament:
The 2011 United States Open Championship was the 111th U.S. Open, played June 16–19 at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland, a suburb northwest of Washington, D.C. Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland won his first major title, eight strokes ahead of Jason Day. He set 11 U.S. Open records on the weekend, including the lowest total 72-hole score (268) and the lowest total under par (−16). McIlroy and Robert Garrigus became the fifth and sixth golfers in U.S.
About the venue:
The 2011 U.S. Open was the third at Congressional Country Club. In 1997, Ernie Els of South Africa won his second U.S. Open at four under par, one stroke clear of Colin Montgomerie. The first U.S. Open at Congressional was in 1964; Ken Venturi defeated Tommy Jacobs by four shots in extreme heat & humidity. The 1964 Open was the last scheduled for three days, with 36 holes on Saturday. The course also hosted the PGA Championship in 1976.
Official Website: http://www.usopen.com/