Peter Thomson was a complex man - an accomplished player, course architect, writer and elder statesman - who preferred a simple approach to playing golf.
"We're not trying to humiliate the best players in the world," Sandy Tatum famously said at the 1974 U.S. Open. "We're simply trying to identify who they are."
Paul Azinger on Fox Sports’ U.S. Open telecast deconstructs Tiger Woods’ issues (yes, he has more than one)
Paul Azinger of Fox Sports has wrested the mantle of best tournament analyst from NBC's Johnny Miller, and he turned his acute dissection tools on Tiger Woods on Friday.
With birdies on his final two holes Friday in the second round of the 118th U.S. Open, Tiger Woods saved a little face, even if he didn’t save himself from the 36-hole cut.
Neither rain, nor wind, nor dark of day can stop Dustin Johnson from his appointed rounds right now—and an excellent chance to win a second U.S. Open in three years.
U.S. Open 2018: Tiger Woods stumbles early and often at Shinnecock, posting a disappointing opening 78
The land at Shinnecock Hills is rumpled and exposed. In other words, it’s a lot like Tiger Woods’ game was during Thursday’s opening round of the 118th U.S. Open.
There won’t be any 63s in this U.S. Open. The winning score will NOT be 16 under par. Which, whether they admit it or not, is a relief to officials at the USGA.
Ernie Els on the new Royal Greens Golf & Country Club, Saudi Arabia's instant elevation to European Tour status and taming Tiger at next year's Presidents Cup.
Justin Parsons at Shinnecock: Tiger adds buzz but now I’ve seen Bubba, he might be the ultimate golfing artist
Dubai-based coach Justin Parsons reports in from the 118th U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills.
Tiger Woods’ life seems to have made a 180 in the 380 days since his arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence in the wee hours of last Memorial Day...
Tiger Woods is not one for exaggeration, hyperbole or hysteria. So no need to take his observations on the U.S. Open’s traffic nightmare with a grain of salt.