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U.S. Open (golf)

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  • Tiger Woods misses cut at Congressional

    Tiger Woods misses cut at Congressional
    A rusty Tiger Woods made an early exit from the Quicken Loans National in Bethesda, Maryland on Friday when he missed the cut in his first tournament in three months, but expressed optimism over his game's progress. Woods, who had been sidelined since...
  • Local boy John Merrick made good last year at Riviera

    Local boy John Merrick made good last year at Riviera
    Ben Hogan won at Riviera Country Club. So did Byron Nelson and Sam Snead too, all before the Dodgers or Lakers ever showed up here. This is the week when Los Angeles shares its cherished course with the PGA Tour, and all that history and tradition...
  • Henrik Stenson's quick wit puts some swing in his British Open outing

    There is a major championship golf trophy with a spot on it just awaiting the name Henrik Stenson. Maybe it will be the one they engrave here Sunday at the end of the 143rd British Open at Royal Liverpool. Statistical evidence speaks to that. So does...
  • Ben Crane stays in the lead at weather-delayed St. Jude Classic

    Ben Crane stays in the lead at weather-delayed St. Jude Classic
    Ben Crane went more than 28 hours between competitive shots due to weather delays, and he had a four-stroke lead Saturday when another storm stopped play again at the St. Jude Classic. Crane birdied his first hole and was 13 under overall through six...
  • Jordan Spieth wants to make U.S. Open a family affair

    The thing you immediately notice about Jordan Spieth is that you are noticing more than his golf. Of course, he is a ball-striker supreme. You have to be to be ranked No. 10 in the world before you are old enough to legally have a beer in most states....
  • On 25th anniversary of U.S. Open repeat, Strange still waits for next member of an exclusive club

    On 25th anniversary of U.S. Open repeat, Strange still waits for next member of an exclusive club
    Since Curtis Strange repeated as U.S. Open champion 25 years ago, the first to do so since Ben Hogan in 1951, many of golf's elite have attempted to join their company. Tiger Woods, Hale Irwin, Ernie Els and Payne Stewart headline the 18-strong group,...
  • Phil Mickelson: family man, man of people ... and never boring

    Phil Mickelson: family man, man of people ... and never boring
    The most interesting man in the world may not be that guy in the TV beer ads. It may be Phil Mickelson. Even though he is instantly identifiable in the world of sports merely as "Phil," he is certainly not just plain Phil. There is nothing plain about...
  • Bubba Watson's description of U.S. Open greens gets official response

    There seems to be some disagreement about the conditions at Pinehurst No. 2, where the U.S. Open will tee off Thursday. A day after Bubba Watson described the greens as "unfriendly," a top U.S. Golf Assn. official offered a contrasting opinion. "The...
  • U.S. Open course's new look is ragged, and golfers may feel that way

    The United States Golf Assn. has taken its annual exercise in sadism to new heights. This year, it will torture both genders of tour players at the same place. It all begins Thursday, with the first round of the 72-hole U.S. Open for men. Next week,...
  • It's anyone's guess what type of player will win U.S. Open

    It's anyone's guess what type of player will win U.S. Open
    Keegan Bradley strolled across the Pinehurst practice green Wednesday and noticed Zach Johnson using a putting aid. Resting in Johnson's sternum was a rod called the Pendulum Putting Pro, which helps players maintain proper shaft angle and posture....
  • Good news on, off course for Mickelson

    Good news on, off course for Mickelson
    PINEHURST, N.C. – Phil Mickelson would not ask for a mulligan on his Thursday. He played even-par golf before adoring crowds in the first round of the U.S. Open, and the New York Times reported that the FBI’s insider-trading investigation...