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  • 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,...
  • Robb Report's picks for 'Best of the Best' promise ultimate luxury

    Robb Report's picks for 'Best of the Best' promise ultimate luxury
    Imagine drifting off to sleep at the Cheval Blanc Randheli resort in the Maldivesi, to the sound of waves lapping, or slipping off to slumberland at the Aman Canal Grande Venice  hotel in Italy, surrounded by centuries-old treasures. Those...
  • Tiger Woods starts poorly but shakes off some rust at Congressional

    Tiger Woods had a feeling his first competitive round in more than three months after back surgery was not going to be easy. It was not his back that gave the 38-year-old Woods trouble in Thursday's opening round of the Quicken Loans National at...
  • Helped by 11 1-putt greens, Greg Chalmers shoots 5-under 66

    Helped by 11 1-putt greens, Greg Chalmers shoots 5-under 66
    Birdie runs seemed to be the biggest difference between an average score and a good score in the opening round of the Quicken Loans National on Thursday at Congressional Country Club. First-round leader Greg Chalmers of Australia put together three...
  • Oliver Goss moves into lead after two rounds at Quicken Loans National

    Oliver Goss moves into lead after two rounds at Quicken Loans National
    — Oliver Goss came to Congressional Country Club earlier this week looking to play in his second PGA Tour event at the Quicken Loans National. As things have transpired for the 20-year-old Australian, the hardest part was getting in the clubhouse...
  • Zach Randolph agrees to contract extension with Grizzlies

    Zach Randolph agrees to contract extension with Grizzlies
    Memphis forward Zach Randolph has agreed to a contract extension with the Grizzlies, his agent said Friday. Raymond Brothers confirmed to the Associated Press in a text message a Yahoo Sports report that Randolph is exercising his $16.5-million option...
  • Justin Rose rallies to win Quicken Loans National on first playoff hole

    Justin Rose rallies to win Quicken Loans National on first playoff hole
    BETHESDA -- As David Feherty walked up the fourth fairway Sunday following third-round leader Patrick Reed to a tee shot that landed in the right rough, the CBS golf analyst said to a reporter doing the same: “Congressional [Country Club] finally...
  • Tubert moving forward following professional debut

    Tubert moving forward following professional debut
    It has been a whirlwind last three weeks for women’s golfer Emily Tubert. The 2010 Burroughs High graduate spent two weeks filming the upcoming season of the Golf Channel’s “Big Break Myrtle Beach,” which wrapped up production...
  • Fran Quinn plays like he's been at U.S. Open before (he was, in '90s)

    Fran Quinn has won in Thailand, Saskatchewan, Panama and Idaho. He has missed cuts in odd locales too. Hey, he's 49 and he has been at this awhile. His golf odyssey continued Thursday at Pinehurst No. 2, and he took full advantage by shooting a two-...
  • After Martin Kaymer's 65, expect U.S. Open course to toughen up

     After Martin Kaymer's 65, expect U.S. Open course to toughen up
    All those red numbers atop the scoreboard after Thursday's first round do not bode well for golfers in this year's U.S. Open. Especially for poor Martin Kaymer, the German who won the 2010 PGA and who did the unthinkable here. He dismantled a U.S....