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  • Jason Day's status at US Open unclear after collapsing on course

    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. On a bluff overlooking the No. 9 fairway, Tiger Woods and Rickie Fowler stood shoulder-to-shoulder, arms crossed, looking down at the most memorable scene from the U.S. Open's second day. There below Woods and Fowler was Jason...
  • Jason Day finishes round after collapsing on ninth hole at U.S. Open

    Jason Day finishes round after collapsing on ninth hole at U.S. Open
    Jason Day finished his round in the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay after collapsing while walking to the ninth green, his last hole of the day. Day, who has been struggling with issues of dizziness for several weeks, crumpled to the ground and stayed there...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 p.m. EDT

    WikiLeaks says it's leaking Saudi diplomatic documents; files cover Iran, Egypt and Israel WikiLeaks is in the process of publishing more than 500,000 Saudi diplomatic documents to the Internet, the transparency website said Friday, a move that echoes...
  • Stenson, Johnson share US Open lead; Tiger shoots 80

    One mystery was solved Thursday in the U.S. Open. Chambers Bay can be as hard as the USGA wants it to be. Henrik Stenson and Dustin Johnson shared the lead at 5-under 65, and the other 23 players who managed to break par in a gentle debut of the new golf...
  • Travelers Snapshot: Patrick Reed, Talent, Youth, A 1-2 Combo That Works

    Travelers Snapshot: Patrick Reed, Talent, Youth, A 1-2 Combo That Works
    Displaying fist pumps, great shotmaking and even shushes to the European home crowd, Patrick Reed was the best American player in the Ryder Cup last year. Reed was 3-0-1 and why he and hot-shooting partner Jordan Spieth didn't play in the first-day...
  • Travelers Snapshot: Jason Day, So Far This Year, The Birdies Are Flying

    Travelers Snapshot: Jason Day, So Far This Year, The Birdies Are Flying
    Jason Day leads the PGA Tour in average number of birdies per round (4.61). So it's no surprise he won the Farmers Insurance Open and had three other top-10 finishes this season entering the Memorial Tournament. He has a goal of some day being No. 1....
  • US Open tee times, groupings announced

    Maybe it's only right that a player who lives about a mile and a half from Chambers Bay and another who can see the course from his home would get the honor of leading off the 115th U.S. Open at Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash. Michael Putnam, who...
  • Why US Golf Association's David Fay gambled on Chambers Bay

    David Fay was always something of a risk-taker, willing to buck the norm. As former executive director of the U.S. Golf Association, Fay was the one who signed the contract that awarded the 2015 U.S. Open to Chambers Bay. "Chambers Bay?" many asked....
  • Designer believes better players will enjoy Chambers Bay

    Many of the world's greatest golfers have begun their U.S. Open practice rounds at Chambers Bay, and their opinions have begun rolling in. On site to watch and listen is course designer Robert Trent Jones Jr. And while Jones seemed interested in the...
  • Despite struggles, Tiger Woods confident he can contend in U.S. Open

    Despite struggles, Tiger Woods confident he can contend in U.S. Open
    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — To the left of Tiger Woods stood the future: 15-year-old Cole Hammer, whose first U.S. Open memory was Woods' fist pump after sinking that epic putt on No. 18 at Torrey Pines in 2008. To the right of Woods on the practice...
  • Brian Schmitz: Tiger's an afterthought at Open

    Brian Schmitz: Tiger's an afterthought at Open
    The U.S. Open is coming, and it's weird, treacherous and mind-blowing, with potential for great embarrassment. But enough about Tiger Woods' game. Actually, I doubt we'll ever reach the point where we've had our fill and totally stop caring about...