The 114th US Open at Pinehurst has concluded and Martin Kaymer won by 8 shots (9-under). While he may have won the $8 million purse, his play didn’t speak louder than some of his opponents’ pants.
Martin Kaymer of Germany won the U.S. Open on Sunday with four days of dominance at Pinehurst No. 2.
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.
There was something unusual in the opening round of the U.S. Open. A bunch of scores in the 60s.
Did the Americans choke away the 2012 Ryder Cup?
Call it a perfect storm, a Red Storm if you will, for 2008 St. John’s graduate and PGA Championship winner Keegan Bradley.
A big thunderstorm in the middle of the night delayed the start of Tuesday’s practice rounds by two hours while maintenance workers cleaned the debris off the course.
The official start to spring every year for me begins the first Monday of every April and takes place in a setting much like one in a fairy tale: Augusta National, home of The Masters.
“As far as the world ranking is concerned, yes, I’m not ranked No. 1 in the world,” Tiger Woods said Monday. “In order to do that you have to win and I didn’t win this year.”
What a disaster for golfer Dustin Johnson who suffered another mishap after being in the lead of another Major this year. Either Dustin Johnson has horrible luck, or he and his caddie need to wake up and pay closer attention.
Martin Kaymer won the PGA Championship in a three-hole playoff Sunday that did not include Dustin Johnson, who was penalized two strokes for grounding his club in a bunker on the last hole.