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It seems a jail cell is the only thing that can stop Scottie Scheffler from winning a golf tournament these days. However, Brad Thomas has a handful of bets that he likes this week for the US Open. A few golfers to take down World No. 1.
The Florida State rising junior, who grew up on a muni in Hialeah, Florida, is making his major debut this week at the 124th U.S. Open.
How the purse will be paid out in the 124th U.S. Open and what the cut line is at Pinehurst No. 2.
Scottie or the field? Winning number? Favorite Open venue? Questions asked and answered by writers.
As Scheffler’s star continues to grow entering this week’s U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2, Rahm is on his toes.
Rory and Erica McIlroy have voluntarily dismissed a divorce filing that was submitted to a South Florida court last month.
Kaymer made his first trip back to Pinehurst since he won the 2014 U.S. Open on the iconic layout with a mixture of good vibes and genuine confusion.


DeChambeau is most confident about his putting and chipping entering this week’s U.S. Open.
Rahm had been battling a left-foot cut and infection before withdrawing late Tuesday afternoon.
McIlroy enters the U.S. Open at Pinehurst confident his major drought will soon end.
Woods has a good record on the No. 2 course and the heat is better for his body than the cold.
Tiger Woods echoed comments from Rory McIlroy and the PGA Tour that last week’s meeting was “productive.”
Rahm is dealing with an infected left foot, and it has already significantly hampered his preparation for the year’s third major.
Harrington, Palmer, Tom Weiskopf, Beverley Hanson, Johnny Farrell and 7 LPGA founders were inducted Monday.
You know the featured groups for the U.S. Open. But what about the more underrated trios for Rounds 1-2 at Pinehurst?
How to watch the 124th U.S. Open, including primary and featured-group coverage.
Tee times and groupings for the first two rounds of the 124th U.S. Open.