VOTE: What's the ideal winning score at US Open?
Last Updated: 13/06/18 5:26pm
The US Open considers itself to be the toughest test in golf, but what should the ideal winning score be at the second major of the year?
Last year, Brooks Koepka finished on 16 under at Erin Hills, equalling Rory McIlroy's record score he had set in 2011. In between, the winning scores were more of a mixed bag. Webb Simpson and Justin Rose won with scores of one over in 2012 and 2013 respectively, while Martin Kaymer, Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson also secured the trophy with under-par totals in the three years following.
But what do you prefer? Do you like to see birdies aplenty and record low scores, or the best players in the world being pushed to their limits to try and make par?
Have your say by voting for your ideal US Open winning score in the poll below!