U.S. Open Golf Tournament Fast Facts

(CNN)Here's a look at the U.S. Open Golf Tournament.

June 13-19, 2016 - The 116th U.S. Open is scheduled to take place at Oakmont Country Club in Oakmont, Pennsylvania.
June 15-21, 2015 - The 115th U.S. Open takes place at Chambers Bay in Washington State. Jordan Spieth of the United States wins, claiming back-to-back majors following his win at the Masters in April 2015.
    The U.S. Open is one of the four Grand Slam golf tournaments: the others are the Masters, the PGA Championship and the British Open.
    The U.S. Open is open to any professional or amateur with a USGA Handicap Index not exceeding 1.4.
    There are 156 players in the U.S. Open. The field is comprised of place-winners in the Sectional Qualifying Rounds and those exempt from the qualifying rounds.
    U.S. Open Records:
    Most wins - Four golfers have won the U.S. Open four times: Willie Anderson, Bobby Jones, Ben Hogan and Jack Nicklaus.
    Youngest winner - John J. McDermott is the youngest player to win the U.S. Open at 19 years, 10 months in 1911.
    Oldest winner - Hale Irwin is the oldest player to win the U.S. Open at 45 years and 15 days in 1990.
    Biggest comeback, final round - Arnold Palmer has the greatest comeback in U.S. Open final round history - he came back from 7 strokes down in the final round to win the U.S. Open in 1960.
    Largest margin win - Tiger Woods won the U.S. Open by the largest margin ever in 2000 - 15 strokes.
    Most strokes on one hole - Ray Ainsley, who played in the 1938 U.S. Open, holds the record for highest score on one hole - 19 strokes on a par 4.
    Five golfers have won all four majors (British Open, U.S. Open, Masters and PGA Championship), though none have done it in the same year: Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods.
    U.S. Open History:
    October 4, 1895 -
    The first U.S. Open Championship takes place at the Newport (R.I.) Golf Club's nine-hole course.
    Ten professionals and one amateur play in the tournament.
    Horace Rawlins, a course assistant, wins the tournament. He wins $150.
    1933 - John Goodman is the last amateur to win the Open.
    1954 - The Open is first televised nationally.
    June 12, 2012 - 14-year-old Andy Zhang, of China, becomes the youngest competitor in the U.S. Open's history.