The 33-year-old American has played just one competitive match since August 2013 as he’s dealt with anxiety issues.
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.
Craig has a problem not with Holly, but with the way she was utilized during the U.S. Open broadcast.
As one of golf’s premier events, the Open was one of the most talked about events all weekend, but not always for the right reasons.
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.
What we’re witnessing with the downfall of Tiger Woods’ golf game is disturbing on many levels.
Jason Day was overcome by dizziness and collapsed on his final hole at the U.S. Open on Friday, raising doubt about whether he will be able to continue this weekend.
At a certain point, all of the stragglers are going to let it go — the hangers-on who still believe that Tiger Woods has a chance to regain at least some of his past glory and start playing excellent golf once again.
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.
Count Rory McIlroy among those who failed to figure out the tricky greens of Chambers Bay on the first day of the U.S. Open.
There are almost too many questions that need to be answered.
This is the first time a U.S. Open will be hosted on a makeshift “links” layout. It offers so many variables that it will make players’ and viewers’ heads spin.