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U.S. Open (golf)

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  • Harrington Happy To Be Back On East Coast And In Cromwell

    Harrington Happy To Be Back On East Coast And In Cromwell
    CROMWELL — As players began reporting to TPC River Highlands Monday afternoon, Padraig Harrington took swings at the practice range. When he finished just before 3 p.m., Harrington bounced out of the practice area with a spring in his step. The...
  • Travelers Notebook: Memorial Garden Offers Tribute To Sifford, Casper

    Travelers Notebook: Memorial Garden Offers Tribute To Sifford, Casper
    CROMWELL — To honor Charlie Sifford and Billy Casper, legendary figures in the PGA Tour event in Connecticut who died in February, the Travelers Championship Memorial Garden will be constructed. Sifford, winner of the 1967 Greater Hartford Open,...
  • USGA's Mike Davis agrees with Chamber Bay's critics, to a point

    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. He heard it all ... the players likening the greens to various vegetables, their lost respect for the USGA and the talk of spectators being treated like the dirt they were trampling around in all week at Chambers Bay as they were...
  • 'Mellow' Campbell ready for U.S. Open

    'Mellow' Campbell ready for U.S. Open
    By now, at age 22 and having just graduated from the University of Illinois, Brian Campbell knows what it takes to have a great round of golf. He knows what he needs to do to play well. Campbell, who is from Irvine and grew up playing at Mesa Verde...
  • Fox Sports looks to avoid traps of U.S. Open golf debut

    Fox Sports looks to avoid traps of U.S. Open golf debut
    A prediction on Fox Sports’ coverage of its first U.S. Open: It won’t matter if Fox produces the best Open ever. Golf fans still will complain about a lack of quality. They always complain. This isn’t to say Fox’s debut on...
  • Jordan Spieth, Grand Slam winner? Absolutely

    Jordan Spieth, Grand Slam winner? Absolutely
    So, really, Jordan Spieth shouldn't have been holding the U.S. Open trophy Sunday night and talking about the Grand Slam. Not after that 6-iron he hit at Chambers Bay's 17th hole. Even Spieth admitted as much, as he sat next to the championship trophy....
  • Controversial Chambers Bay winds up with place in golf history

    Controversial Chambers Bay winds up with place in golf history
    How do you judge the greatness of a U.S. Open? Worthiness of the winner? Chambers Bay: check. Historical value? Chambers Bay: check. Drama to the last putt? Chambers Bay: triple check. Players fawning over the course and its "fair" setup? Chambers...
  • Watson Thrilled To Be In Cromwell After Missing U.S. Open Cut

    Watson Thrilled To Be In Cromwell After Missing U.S. Open Cut
    CROMWELL — After missing the cut at the U.S. Open, Bubba Watson didn't get an opportunity to wear his third- and fourth-round golf outfits. So he wore his yellow shirt and navy blue slacks Tuesday at the Travelers Championship. "I took five...
  • Reed Wants To Make A Splash This Week After U.S. Open Slide

    Reed Wants To Make A Splash This Week After U.S. Open Slide
    CROMWELL — After two rounds of last week's U.S. Open, Patrick Reed was at the top of the leaderboard. Reed, 24, was tied with eventual winner Jordan Spieth after two days at Chambers Bay. He was bidding for his first major title and he seemed...
  • Travelers Notebook: Grace Hopes Strong Play At Chambers Bay Carries Over

    Travelers Notebook: Grace Hopes Strong Play At Chambers Bay Carries Over
    CROMWELL — Branden Grace's chance to win the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Golf Course went up in smoke with an errant tee shot, wide right, leading to a double bogey on the 16th hole on Sunday. But for 71 of 72 holes, Grace was as good as anyone in...
  • 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...