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  • The Latest: Masters champ Jordan Spieth wins US Open title

    The latest from the U.S. Open (all times local): 7:20 p.m. Jordan Spieth has won the U.S. Open after Dustin Johnson three-putted from 12 feet on the final hole at Chambers Bay with a chance to win the championship himself. Spieth rebounded from a...
  • Veterans lead Mesa Verde

    To say that Jones Cup veteran Steve Rhorer is old, might be debatable. But at age 66, his alliance with golf nostalgia runs deeper than most water hazards. Rhorer, who will represent Mesa Verde Country Club as senior champion in the 16th annual Jones...
  • Tiger Woods posts worst-ever U.S. Open performance

    Tiger Woods posts worst-ever U.S. Open performance
    Tiger Woods used a word no one previously associated with his golf game: “exposed.” “On a golf course like this,” he said, “you get exposed and you have to be precise and dialed in. And obviously I didn't have that....
  • Travelers Snapshot: Sergio Garcia, If Not For Streelman, He Might Have Won

    Travelers Snapshot: Sergio Garcia, If Not For Streelman, He Might Have Won
    Sergio Garcia might well have been the reigning Travelers Championship winner, if not for Kevin Streelman, who concluded the fourth round with seven consecutive birdies. “There's no doubt that obviously Kevin played amazing on the back nine, and,...
  • Travelers Snapshot: Ernie Els, Off The Course His Target Is Autism

    Travelers Snapshot: Ernie Els, Off The Course His Target Is Autism
    Ernie Els has two British Open and two U.S. Open titles. He has 47 international and 19 career tour victories. He has played in nine Dunhill Cups, eight Presidents Cups and five World Cups. He's a respected ambassador of the game. The fans this week...
  • Hurley seeking to continue success in major championships

    Hurley seeking to continue success in major championships
    Billy Hurley III has never missed the cut at a major golf championship. Of course, that's a small sample size. Hurley qualified for the U.S. Open and British Open last season and made the weekend in both events. The Naval Academy graduate tied for...
  • Fowler hoping for major breakthrough after misses in 2014

    Fowler hoping for major breakthrough after misses in 2014
    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — Rickie Fowler knows the blueprint he would like to follow for the U.S. Open. Martin Kaymer laid it out a year ago when he won The Players Championship in May and followed up with a U.S. Open title a month later. "I'd...
  • Rose brimming with confidence in search of his 2nd US Open

    Justin Rose was a 17-year-old amateur with no expectations when he somehow found a way to compete on the final day in the British Open. He was 32 when he finally won his first major championship, outlasting Phil Mickelson two years ago in the U.S. Open...
  • Masters champ Jordan Spieth turns hate into love for Chambers Bay layout

     Masters champ Jordan Spieth turns hate into love for Chambers Bay layout
    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — The last time he competed at Chambers Bay, Jordan Spieth shot 83 and failed to qualify for match play at the 2010 U.S. Amateur. He told ESPN.com that as a 17-year-old, he "hated" the linksy, British Open-style course that...
  • U.S. Open field expects British Open conditions at dry Chambers Bay

    U.S. Open field expects British Open conditions at dry Chambers Bay
    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — Phil Mickelson said Chambers Bay, born in 2007, reminds him of St. Andrews, the home of golf. Reigning U.S. Open champion Martin Kaymer said he'll be playing "three British Opens this year" — at Chambers Bay, St....
  • Phil Mickelson faces mix of confidence and frustration at U.S. Open

    Phil Mickelson faces mix of confidence and frustration at U.S. Open
    These are Phil Mickelson's last two years played out on a single hole: In his U.S. Open practice round Tuesday, clearly identifiable in all black in bright sunshine, Mickelson stood on the tee on the bunker-strewn par-3 17th at Chambers Bay. He set...