Chad and I weren’t flying back to KC until 5:30 so we decided to play Erin Hills on our last day. This course will host the 2017 US Open, so we couldn’t pass up a chance. It was another perfect day, maybe 75, sunny and a light breeze. We were paired with two guys from Milwaukee.
What a difference a day makes. I played so much better at Erin Hills. I started with a par and ended up with six pars on the day. The driver was more predictable. On one hole it was blind shot over a hill to a fairway that runs sideways left to the green. The caddy gave us an aiming point and said if you could draw it would be perfect. I setup and thought draw as my swing thought. And that is exactly what I did. My irons were better and I had 5 GIR on the day. I am happy to say I broke a 100 on a US Open course (99).