Martin Kaymer of Germany won the U.S. Open on Sunday with four days of dominance at Pinehurst No. 2.
Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there.
To put two straight rounds of 65 together on this course, in this major, is quite remarkable.
Martin Kaymer is playing a brand of golf rarely seen in the U.S. Open. It might even be enough for soccer-mad Germany to pay attention. The other 155 players at Pinehurst No. 2 certainly are.
Phil Mickelson has finished as a runner-up in the U.S. Open six times. Could this be the tournament he finally captures to complete a career Grand Slam?
There was something unusual in the opening round of the U.S. Open. A bunch of scores in the 60s.
What, no ankle-deep rough? What kind of U.S. Open is this? A course with no tall, gnarly rough seems almost unheard of.
Everybody knows Craigie as the outspoken co-host of one of America’s favorite morning shows on WFAN. Most don’t know the side of him that really does fill the title of being a “national treasure.”
It seems like just yesterday when I was here, in 1999, when Stewart won an electrifying U.S. Open. Four months later, Stewart and five others perished in a plane crash.
Mickelson’s manager confirmed Saturday that the investigation was the same outlined in reports in several newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal.
Ways to “grow the game” has dominated conversations for years now in golf. The announcement made Thursday should give the women’s game a much-needed boost.
Woods said a week ago while promoting the Quicken Loans National tournament at Congressional that he still has not taken a full swing with a golf club.
The U.S. Open? The British Open? It’s looking more and more like Tiger Woods will be watching both on television.
“I didn’t know what to do. My caddie told me to run, so I start running like a crazy guy, but the hornets were still there, so the other players told me to jump in the lake,” Pablo Larrazabal said.
He’s come from humble beginnings. He’s never had a golf lesson in his life. And he loves to do things his own way. That’s Bubba Watson, and he is the proud winner of two green jackets in three years.
A collection of photos from the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club.
Photos from the final round of the 2013 Masters.
Photos from Round 3 of The Masters at Augusta National Golf Club.
Photos of the awards ceremony at the Masters in Augusta, GA.