Quiz: Know your U.S. Open golf history?

Canadian golfers Mike Weir, David Hearn, Adam Hadwin, Ryan Yip and rookie pro Mackenzie Hughes will attempt to become the answer to a trivia question as the first Canadian to win the U.S. Open, held this week near Philadelphia.

Test your knowledge of the 112-year-old tourney

Mike Weir, left, will try to become the first Canadian to win the U.S. Open, while American Phil Mickelson, right, will attempt to shed the bridesmaid tag after being a runner-up five times. (Associated Press/Getty Images)

Name the last Canadian to win golf’s U.S. Open?

Um, well … uh … let me see.

Oh yeah, Mike Weir?

Yes, the Bright’s Grove, Ont., native has won a major tournament, but it was at the Masters in 2003.

The correct answer is no Canadians have ever won the U.S. Open, which dates to 1895.

Weir, 43, will play at least the first rounds of this week’s Open in Ardmore, Pa., near Philadelphia, as the first qualifying alternate after losing in a playoff at the main qualifier in Columbus, Ohio. He last played in the U.S. Open in 2010.

Rookie pro Mackenzie Hughes of Dundas, Ont., PGA Tour veteran David Hearn of Brantford, Ont., and Web.com Tour players Adam Hadwin of Abbottsford, B.C., and Ryan Yip of Calgary are the other Canadians to join Weir in Pennsylvania in hopes of being the answer to a trivia question.

While we await that possibility, you can test your U.S. Open knowledge by taking our 19-question U.S. Open quiz!

With files from The Associated Press