We have a feast of story lines heading into this year’s U.S. Open at Torrey Pines: Brooks Koepka vs. Bryson DeChambeau; the wondrous novelty of “defending major champion Phil Mickelson,” who’s back in his hometown playing on a course with which he has ample familiarity; the return of tournament favorite Jon Rahm from the coronavirus, which robbed him of a win at the Memorial earlier this month; and the continued absence of Tiger Woods, still recovering from injuries suffered in a February car crash.

Here’s what to know.

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What to know

  • Who’s in the U.S. Open field?
  • Is Rickie Fowler in the U.S. Open field?
  • Who is the defending U.S. Open champion?
  • What is the South Course at Torrey Pines like?
  • How can I watch the U.S. Open on TV?
  • How can I stream the U.S. Open?