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The US Senior Open is the second major of the season on the Legends Tour and in 2024 it will be staged at Newport Country Club in Rhode Island with a $4m prize fund.

This event was due to be held at the club in 2020 but was cancelled due to Covid and then rescheduled for the end of June this year.

The club was founded in 1893 and is a legendary location in American golf, having played host to the first national championships in 1895 just after the formation of the United States Golf Association and is one of the five founding member clubs of the USGA.

The course hosted the US Open in 1895, the US Amateur Championship in 1895 and then again in its centenary year of 1995 when Tiger Woods won, it also held the US Women’s Open in 2006, won by Annika Sorenstam.

The 18-hole course first opened in 1899 and now plays just over 7,000 yards.

Bernhard Langer is the defending champion, having won the 2023 edition of the US Senior Open at SentryWorld in Wisconsin.

Making History in 2023.

The 43rd US Senior Open saw history-maker, Bernhard Langer capture his second US Senior Open title, thus surpassing Hale Irwin as the winningest player in PGA Champions Tour history with his 46th title.

“It feels awesome. It’s been a long time coming, but very, very happy. Never thought it would happen at a U.S. Senior Open, but I’m very thrilled that the record of 46 wins happened this week.”

43rd US Senior Open champion, Bernhard Langer

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