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U.S. Open (golf)

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  • Johnny Miller back at Father-Son after eight years, one shot back entering Sunday's final round

    Johnny Miller back at Father-Son after eight years, one shot back entering Sunday's final round
    Johnny Miller talks golf a lot more than he plays it. A casual 18 is not the idea of fun for a former U.S. Open winner. Neither is practicing and playing with a 67-year-old back. The rust and toll professional golf caused Miller to top three shots...
  • Tiger Woods plans Orlando event as he tries to recover his game

    Tiger Woods plans Orlando event as he tries to recover his game
    Tiger Woods still has the sway and the swagger, even if you could probably out-drive him today on the 15th hole at Dubsdread or any municipal golf course. Despite Tiger's wear-and-tear mileage, he remains on top of the leaderboard among iconic athletes of...
  • Legends Tour coming to Delray Beach

    Legends Tour coming to Delray Beach
    Tournament golf fans who can't wait until next year to watch past and present professional greats play in South Florida need only wait until next week for the Legends Tour Walgreens Charity Championship in Delray Beach. Former LPGA Tour stars, including...
  • PGA tour pro Retief Goosen prices golf course home at $2 million

    PGA tour pro Retief Goosen prices golf course home at $2 million
      Former U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen has chipped the price of his golf course home in Orlando, Fla., to about $2 million, down from $2.195 million last year. The Traditional-style residence, built in 1993, sits on half an acre along the back nine...
  • Davies to enter golf's Hall of Fame

    Davies to enter golf's Hall of Fame
    MIAMI -- Britain's record-breaking golfer Laura Davies and two-times major winner Mark O'Meara will enter the World Golf Hall of Fame next year after being chosen by the Selection Commission on Wednesday. Australian David Graham, another two-time major...
  • Kaymer Wins Grand Slam Of Golf In Playoff

    U.S. Open champion Martin Kaymer sank an 8-foot birdie putt at the first extra hole to beat Bubba Watson in the four-man PGA Grand Slam of Golf in Bermuda on Wednesday. Ten days after a blowout singles win against Watson on the final day of the Ryder...
  • CBS passing torch from Tiger to McIlroy

    CBS passing torch from Tiger to McIlroy
    Tiger Who? Even before Woods tweaked his back Sunday, CBS was going all in on Rory McIlroy with their advance promos for this week’s PGA Championship. Multiple network ads during the Bridgestone Invitational highlighted the Irish golfer’s...
  • Tiger Woods 'pain free' after practice round

    Tiger Woods 'pain free' after practice round
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — This we know after a breathless day of Tiger tracking that even featured a slightly premature news release that he had arrived on the grounds of Valhalla Golf Club:   Tiger Woods tied his shoes without grimacing. While laughing...
  • Tiger Woods parts with third swing coach

    Tiger Woods parts with third swing coach
    Tiger Woods announced he has parted ways with swing coach Sean Foley four years after the two began working together. "I'd like to thank Sean for his help as my coach and for his friendship," Woods said in a statement Monday. "Sean is one of the...
  • Could R&A vote help Chicago land a U.S. Open?

    Could R&A vote help Chicago land a U.S. Open?
    The Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St. Andrews, Scotland, voted Thursday to open its doors to women, ending 260 years of male-only membership. That raises the question: Could that vote signal a change in the Chicago area, which has four all-male clubs...
  • Wozniacki reaches U.S. Open final as injury sidelines Peng

    Wozniacki reaches U.S. Open final as injury sidelines Peng
    NEW YORK -- Caroline Wozniacki advanced to the U.S. Open final in dramatic fashion on Friday when China's Peng Shuai was forced to retire due to injury, putting the Dane one win away from winning an elusive grand slam title. Wozniacki was leading 7-6...