He was the only player who could have won the calendar year Grand Slam in 2018. Yet there wasn’t much spoken about Masters champion Patrick Reed heading into Shinnecock Hills.
It takes a lot to upset Tommy Fleetwood’s equilibrium on or off the golf course. So, no matter the circumstances, second place in the 118th U.S Open was...
So Yeon Ryu dominated to start to the 2017 season, but the same can’t be said about the beginning of her 2018 season.
Brooks Koepka had already shown he could win a U.S. Open when the scoring was easy, conquering the field at Erin Hills in 2017 with a winning 16-under score.
Brooks Koepka won the U.S. Open not through brute strength, but with a pretty snazzy display of short-game skills over the final nine at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club...
Last year’s Dubai Duty Free Irish Open will take some beating and we’re not even factoring in Jon Rahm’s extraordinary golf, five birdies and two eagles in a closing 65 helping the Spaniard seal an historic six stroke victory.
It was a bewildering Saturday at Shinnecock Hills, where the USGA played with fire and, in the opinion of some, got burned.
The conditions late on Saturday afternoon at Shinnecock Hills were brutal for everyone in the final five pairings, with the 10 players shooting a collective 67 over par. But nobody took more of the brunt than Dustin Johnson.
We could try to attempt to explain what Phil Mickelson, celebrating his 48th birthday by playing the third round of the U.S. Open, just did on the 13th green at Shinnecock, but it's beyond comprehension.
Phil Mickelson has long been a master of spin, with his wedges and his words. But Saturday at the U.S. Open, he flubbed the latter big time with a preposterous explanation that rang more hollow than a cavity-backed iron.
Justin Rose is one shot out of the four-man pack that holds the lead; Henrik Stenson is two. A tasty Euro storyline for Sunday at Shinnecock Hills.