U.S. Open 2021 -- News, tee times, schedule, coverage and analysis from the tournament

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The U.S. Open returns to Torrey Pines for the first time since 2008. That year, Tiger Woods famously won the tournament on a broken leg, defeating unlikely challenger Rocco Mediate in an 18-hole Monday playoff.

Woods won't be here this time while he recovers from his February car accident. Still, there are plenty of storylines, from Phil Mickelson's quest to complete the career Grand Slam to the next chapter in Brooks Koepka vs. Bryson DeChambeau.

Here is all the information you need for this year's third major championship.

Key information

When: June 17-20

Where: Torrey Pines, San Diego

Defending champion: Bryson DeChambeau

Tee times

The full list of tee times for the first two rounds. READ

Who can win the U.S. Open?

The field at Torrey Pines is deep. So who really has a chance? READ | ESPN's picks

What it takes to get into the U.S. Open

There are big names and those you are not familiar with all enduring the grueling qualifying process just to get into the U.S. Open. READ

Phil Mickelson and the U.S. Open

Maybe coming home to San Diego, and Torrey Pines, isn't the best thing for him. READ | Ranking his U.S. Open misses. READ

OK, USGA, just give us Brooks vs. Bryson

A humble plea to the USGA to lean all the way in and pair them together at this week's U.S. Open. READ

Debating the biggest U.S. Open questions

From Jon Rahm, to Bryson vs. Brooks, to whether Phil can do it again, we look at the biggest questions and answers going into the U.S. Open. READ

Tiger's triumph in 2008

His doctors didn't want him to play. Instead, Tiger Woods told them he was playing this U.S. Open -- and he was going to win it. A look back at a memorable week. READ