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  • Larry Stone: Fix the few flaws at Chambers Bay, and Open should return

    One week ago, on the browned-out swath of earth known as Chambers Bay, Dustin Johnson three-putted Jordan Spieth farther down the road to immortality. Friday, on the very same site of the most gloriously controversial U.S. Open in memory, the course...
  • Billy Horschel: Did He Go Too Far In Criticism Last Weekend?

    Billy Horschel: Did He Go Too Far In Criticism Last Weekend?
    CROMWELL — Billy Horschel only swore once Tuesday. He swore he didn't bash his putter into the sixth green Sunday at Chambers Bay during the final round of the U.S. Open. I believe him. If he had, surely Horschel would have torn wrist ligaments...
  • Billy Horschel apologizes for U.S. Open outburst

    Billy Horschel apologizes for U.S. Open outburst
    It was not a great week for the golf course at Chambers Bay — especially the greens — which endured heaps of criticism from players struggling through the U.S. Open. But on Monday, one of the biggest critics offered a partial apology....
  • The Latest: Spieth among leaders for final round of US Open

    The latest from the U.S. Open (all times local): 7:35 p.m. Everyone will be chasing four front-runners in the final round of the U.S. Open. Masters champion Jordan Spieth missed a 12-footer for birdie on the finishing hole Saturday, leaving him 4 under...
  • U.S. Open: Chambers Bay Receives More Criticism

    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — Ian Poulter noted the obvious weeks ago when he said Chambers Bay might turn out to be a "farce" as a U.S. Open venue: Somebody still will win this major. It's not going to matter one bit to the champion that most of the...
  • The latest on the US Open: Spieth among leaders for final round

    The latest on the US Open: Spieth among leaders for final round
    The latest on the U.S. Open (Pacific Time): 7:35 p.m. Everyone will be chasing four front-runners in the final round of the U.S. Open. Masters champion Jordan Spieth missed a 12-footer for birdie on the finishing hole Saturday, leaving him 4 under...
  • Mickelson Again Disappoints At U.S. Open

    Mickelson Again Disappoints At U.S. Open
    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — One more Open. One more disappointing failed attempt for Phil Mickelson. He shot his worst score of the tournament — 77 — to drop to 10 over. When the tournament is over, the five-time major winner will still be...
  • The Latest: Second round at US Open in the books

    The latest from the U.S. Open (all times local): 9:10 p.m. The second round of the U.S. Open is over, and 15 guys can thank Nick Hardy — playing in the final group of the day — for a bogey that will allow them to play this weekend. Hardy...
  • US Open golfers face unique challenge at Chambers Bay

    Martin Kaymer, defending champion at the U.S. Open, has played zero competitive rounds at the venue for this week's title defense: Chambers Bay Golf Course in University Place, Wash. That puts Kaymer, 30, among the vast majority of players preparing...
  • Chambers Bay will present British Open-style challenges to U.S. Open field

    Chambers Bay will present British Open-style challenges to U.S. Open field
    Each spring at the Masters we get a Tradition Unlike Any Other. Next week we get a U.S. Open unlike any we've ever seen. Envision a U.S. Open that is far more like a British Open, played on a course with a pot bunker in the middle of the 18th fairway,...
  • Larry Stone: US Open golfers find a chamber of horrors, creative challenges

    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. As the world's best golfers converge on Chambers Bay, they are finding a mix of the sublime and the diabolical. That's quite different than "a farce," which was Ian Poulter's word-of-mouth assessment of a course that is unlike...