Dustin Johnson survived the longest round and 40 mph gusts with one last birdie for a 3-under 69 and a one-shot lead in the British Open.
Rare flooding, sunshine, more rain and always wind. None of it seemed to matter to Dustin Johnson at St. Andrews.
Jordan Spieth played like he had a Grand Slam to win. Dustin Johnson played like he had a score to settle.
Jordan Spieth defeated PGA Tour veteran Tom Gillis on the second playoff hole to win the John Deere Classic.
Spieth left the door open for Johnson at Chambers Bay, but the big-hitter couldn’t capitalize, giving the Texan his second major.
Instead of holding the U.S. Open trophy on the final green, Johnson was looking for a quick exit from the chamber of horrors that was Chambers Bay.
A lot will be said of the tough Chambers Bay course and Dustin Johnson not being able to close out another major. But in the end, the week belonged to Jordan Spieth.
Masters champion Jordan Spieth is halfway home from the second leg of the Grand Slam. It sure feels a lot farther away in this U.S. Open.
So much for Chambers Bay being the star of this U.S. Open. Thursday turned into another horror show for Tiger Woods.
Phil Mickelson started the first round of the U.S. Open looking like the 2013 British Open champ he was.
David Lingmerth won the Memorial Tournament, outlasting Justin Rose in the event’s longest playoff ever.
Steven Bowditch chipped his way to victory at the rain-soaked AT&T Byron Nelson.
CBS Sports Golf Analyst Gary McCord looks ahead to the Zurich Classic, and explains why TPC Louisiana favors the big hitters.
Jim Furyk showed nerves of steel in capturing the RBC Heritage, his first PGA Tour win in four years.
With Tiger Woods at Augusta and with the status of his game still a mystery, this year’s tournament should be more exciting than ever.