“I left Sweden out of my schedule as this home tournament is very important to me,” Wiesberger said. “I am very happy with the training rounds I’ve done here. It’s a great setup and the course is very demanding, as it should be a week before the U.S. Open.”
Organizers have swapped the front and back nine to improve the spectators’ view of play on the last hole.
Luiten said the change won’t matter to him because “in the end, it’s still the same course as last year.”