Despite being in great position entering the final round of the 2018 U.S. Open, Justin Rose didn’t win, place, or show. Three days later, his wife’s racehorse named in the golfer’s honour had a similar disappointing finish.
Leading the way the newly (re)crowned champion, Brooks Koepka, who became the first back-to-back U.S. Open winner in nearly 30 years.
Sunday at Shinnecock lacked much of the hysteria of the day before, but it still featured its share of fireworks: a closing 63, a run by the reigning Masters champion...
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.
Justin Rose’s introduction to the golf world was memorably loud one.
If the U.S. Open is the most complete examination in golf, then a requirement to passing that test is a particularly proficient week on the greens. No careless three-putts and holing clutch...
Our weekly pre-tournament ranking of the best bets to win the 2018 U.S. Open.
Clinical. Efficient. Ruthless. It’s become routine for Justin Rose. More than half of his PGA Tour wins have come by two strokes or more, and he deserves his spot among the game’s current elite.
Sergio Garcia chooses soccer over golf, a tour pro’s savvy tweet at Tiger Woods and Thomas Pieters’ crazy club snap
Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we’re happy professional golf isn’t as predictable as professional basketball. The Golden State Warriors will play the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals...
Not all wins are created equal.
Only once outside the top 10 in his six most recent visits to Wentworth for the BMW PGA Championship, Francesco Molinari’s penchant for the tree-lined course they call the Burma Road has never been in doubt.