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Jackson Fuller

A two-shot swing at the par-5 14th proved too much for Rory McIlroy to overcome down the stretch of the U.S. Open.
Despite not finishing inside the top-30 since a T4 at Chambers Bay in 2015, Cam Smith finished T4 at this year’s U.S. Open.
Gordon Sargent shot 69 Sunday to finish as low am at the U.S. Open, but it should have been a 68, if not for a terrible break.
Xander Schauffele struggled mightily with his driver on Saturday and shot 73 in dropping five shots off the lead.
Scottie Scheffler holed out for eagle on No. 17 and birdied the 18th to earn a spot in the penultimate pairing on Sunday.
U.S. Open defending champion Matt Fitzpatrick launched some criticism toward the Los Angeles faithful in attendance.
Competitors at this year’s U.S. Open had different opinions about the drivable, par-4 sixth hole at Los Angeles Country Club.
Despite an early quadruple bogey, Dustin Johnson shot even on Day 2 at the 123rd U.S. Open to stay in the hunt.
The former Texas A&M Aggie bested both Cam Smith and Matt Fitzpatrick Thursday, posting a 3-under 67 and sitting T-7.
Despite all of the poor form and off-course drama, Bryson DeChambeau still believes his distance presents an advantage.
As holder of the course record and an LA native, Max Homa has experience around LACC not many others can match.
Rickie Fowler, the SoCal native, is back home, but he’s also returned to golf’s biggest stage, and that’s reason enough for his smile.
After a slow start to his 2023 major championship season, he’s thinking about all the positives playing in his hometown will bring.
He’s made the cut in four of his last eight KFT starts. But inward, Patrick Cover felt this kind of breakthrough was on the horizon.
Collin Morikawa is relying on past memories to win the U.S. Open, as he first saw the course in 2016 preparing for the Walker Cup.
Trent Redfern has an up-close look at Max Homa’s record-breaking 61 at LACC in the 2013 Pac-12 Championships.