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  • Coordinator Danny Sink reflects on US Open at Chambers Bay

    The show is over, but the conductor can't leave. At least not until everything is put back in place. That's the job of Danny Sink, the championship coordinator of the U.S. Open golf championship that ended Sunday at Chambers Bay in University Place,...
  • Jason Day's Condition Something Travelers Executive Familiar With

    Jason Day's Condition Something Travelers Executive Familiar With
    CROMWELL – Jason Day, who valiantly competed in the U.S. Open despite dealing with Benign Positional Vertigo, withdrew from the Travelers Championship on Monday. Travelers Executive Vice President & Chief Administrative Officer Andy Bessette knows...
  • Local caddie Michael Greller savors Jordan Spieth's title

    Michael Greller once hauled two golf bags around Chambers Bay in the mornings, then did it again with another in the afternoon, just to make a couple hundred bucks. His payday this week will be a whole lot better. The local boy who caddied at the course...
  • Justice plans West Virginia golf course designed by legends

    The billionaire owner of The Greenbrier resort says Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Lee Trevino will design a nearby mountaintop golf course. Jim Justice announced plans for the new golf course, ski slopes and housing development in a...
  • Northbrook's Nick Hardy fires a 68 in final round at U.S. Open

    Northbrook 19-year-old Nick Hardy put an exclamation point on his first appearance at the U.S. Open by birdieing the 18th hole on Sunday, June 21, at Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash., to shoot a 2-under 68. Not only was it his best round of the...
  • Local Washington caddie savors Jordan Spieth's U.S. Open title on caddie's 'home' course

    Local Washington caddie savors Jordan Spieth's U.S. Open title on caddie's 'home' course
    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. (AP) — Michael Greller once hauled two golf bags around Chambers Bay in the mornings, then did it again with another in the afternoon, just to make a couple hundred bucks. His payday this week will be a whole lot better....
  • 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....
  • Jordan Spieth a young man with a keen sense of golf history

    Jordan Spieth a young man with a keen sense of golf history
    UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. (AP) — Jordan Spieth loves golf history, which is appropriate for someone quickly becoming part of it. Spieth was a freshman at Texas when he first went to St. Andrews with the rest of the Walker Cup team. They played the...
  • 'I just hope my dad's proud of me,' Jordan Spieth says after U.S. Open win

    'I just hope my dad's proud of me,' Jordan Spieth says after U.S. Open win
    Jordan Spieth turned to his father Shawn on Sunday night, holding the U.S. Open trophy and saying he owed the victory to him. "To win this tournament on Father's Day," Spieth said, "I just hope my dad's proud of me." Spieth made a birdie on the 72nd...
  • Spieth wins a stunner at Chambers Bay for US Open title

    Jordan Spieth is halfway home to the Grand Slam, a prize only three of the biggest names in modern golf have ever chased. And he still can't believe how he got there. Spieth won the U.S. Open in a heart-stopper Sunday with a turn of events even more...
  • Orlando City balancing development for young players in first season

    Orlando City balancing development for young players in first season
    MONTREAL – Three days after two Orlando City rookies earned their first professional minutes and three other young players contributed significant minutes in a U.S. Open Cup win, the Lions’ lineup on Saturday night was again filled with...