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Spieth 'blacked out' after Travelers holeout
“There’s been a lot of pretty bad celebrations on the PGA Tour,” Spieth said. “Pretty hard to miss when I’m going into Michael for a chest bump.”
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Pregnant Lewis playing final events before break
Stacy Lewis will be looking to make the most of her last three starts of 2018 in her annual return to her collegiate roots this week.
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Just like last year, Spieth in desperate need of a spark
Jordan Spieth left last year's Travelers after a bunker holeout, then claimed the claret jug. So it's easy to forget how he arrived.
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Twice winner Kizzire on missing U.S. Open: 'Fuel to my fire'
Based on recent form, there likely wasn’t a more decorated player watching last week’s U.S. Open from home than Patton Kizzire.
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Masters, Players and U.S. Open champs grouped at Travelers
Fresh off a second straight U.S. Open victory, Brooks Koepka is getting right back to work at the Travelers Championship.
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Travelers Championship: Tee times, TV schedule, stats
There will be plenty of star power this week in Hartford as the PGA Tour moves north for the Travelers Championship. Here is the key info.
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Day 'disappointed' in USGA's handling of course, Phil
Jason Day missed the U.S. Open, but that didn’t prevent the Aussie from keeping an eye on all the drama that unfolded at Shinnecock Hills.
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Chamblee: Like Tiger in '13, Mickelson should've DQ'd self
Brandel Chamblee believes Phil Mickelson should have disqualified himself from the U.S. Open, drawing a comparison to Tiger Woods' penalty at the 2013 Masters.
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DJ listed as betting favorite for The Open
With the U.S. Open officially in the books, oddsmakers quickly installed Dustin Johnson as a betting favorite for The Open next month.
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Ryder Cup race: Mickelson out, Simpson in
With Brooks Koepka now topping the U.S. Ryder Cup race, team stalwart Phil Mickelson is on the outside looking in.
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Koepka moves to No. 4 in world with U.S. Open win
After successfully defending his U.S. Open title, Brooks Koepka reached a new career high in the Official World Golf Rankings.
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Tour adds 3M Open in Minnesota to 2019 schedule
After serving as a PGA Tour Champions stop for more than two decades, the 3M Championship in Minnesota will become a PGA Tour event beginning in 2019.
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U.S. Open purse payout: Koepka clears $2 million
Brooks Koepka successfully defended his title at the U.S. Open and he was handsomely rewarded for his efforts. Here's a look at how the purse was paid out at Shinnecock Hills.
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This time, Dad gets to enjoy Koepka's Father's Day win
Unlike when he won at Erin Hills, Brooks Koepka's family was on hand to help him celebrate his second U.S. Open victory.
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Brandel rips USGA: 'There's no obvious leadership'
Brandel Chamblee took the USGA to task Sunday, citing its failings to govern the game and run the U.S Open without controversy.
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Koepka reveals he injured his ribs last week
After winning the U.S. Open, Brooks Koepka revealed that he suffered a rib injury last week at the FedEx St. Jude Classic.
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Balky putter dooms DJ's run for second U.S. Open
While the course conditions Sunday were decidedly different than the day before, Dustin Johnson’s struggles on the greens remained the same.
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Closing double bogey on Sunday costs Finau $217K
Despite a costly final hole, Tony Finau had plenty to smile about after notching a career-best major finish at the U.S. Open.
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Koepka watches as named engraved again on U.S. Open trophy
For the second consecutive year, Brooks Koepka won the U.S. Open. So, once again he got to watch as his name was forever etched onto the trophy.
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Masters champ Reed: 'I definitely had a chance'
Reigning Masters champion Patrick Reed couldn't win back-to-back majors, but he was in the mix for much of the final day.
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Watching Koepka, Fleetwood knew he was one shot short
Tommy Fleetwood watched and waited for three hours, thinking all the time he would be one shot short. In the end, he was right.
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DJ and more congratulate Koepka on social media
Dustin Johnson went head-to-head with Brooks Koepka and lost on Sunday. But he was quick to congratulate his friend on social media.
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Koepka wins U.S. Open for second straight year
Brooks Koepka on Sunday shot a final-round 68 to become just the seventh man in history to win the U.S. Open in back-to-back years.
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Players who have won back-to-back U.S. Open titles
Brooks Koepka is the seventh player to successfully defend his title at the U.S. Open. Here's a list of the players to accomplish that feat.
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Fleetwood fires 63, but comes up short at U.S. Open
Tommy Fleetwood became the sixth player to shoot 63 at the U.S. Open, and just the second to do it in the final round. But it wasn't quite enough.
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Fowler follows 84 with 65, praises Shinnecock setup
After shooting 84 when in contention during Round 3 of the U.S. Open, Rickie Fowler was 19 strokes better on Sunday.
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Phil celebrates par on 13, ducks media after round
Phil Mickelson made par on the 13th hole on Sunday and raise his arms in mock triumph. He then avoided the media following his round.
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USGA slows greens, alters hole locations for Sunday
After admitting that it went too far with the setup Saturday at the U.S. Open, USGA officials made some modifications for the final round.
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Poulter to USGA: 'Did Bozo set the course up'
Ian Poulter was somewhat guarded with his comments Saturday to the media, but the Englishman later took to Twitter to join the large chorus of voices questioning the USGA's setup at Shinnecock Hills.
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How to watch the U.S. Open on TV and online
The U.S. Open is this week at Shinnecock Hills. Here is your guide to getting complete coverage of the men's second major on TV and online.
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Koepka (72) takes conservative route at Shinnecock
Playing in the day’s toughest conditions, Brooks Koepka managed to avoid the big mistakes that cost so many players.
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Punch Shot: Who wins the 118th U.S. Open?
Who will walk away with the trophy at Shinnecock Hills? Our writers debate who they think will prevail Sunday at the 118th U.S. Open.
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DJ: 'It's the U.S. Open; it's supposed to be tough'
World No. 1 Dustin Johnson put up a 77 Saturday at the U.S. Open and was almost proud of it. That’s how brutal Shinnecock Hills became in the third round.
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Fowler (84): Would have been better off barely making cut
Of the many things the USGA got wrong on Saturday, the biggest might have been the disparity between the morning and afternoon waves at Shinnecock Hills.
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Berger, Finau began Saturday 11 shots off lead
Daniel Berger and Tony Finau began Day 3 of the 118th U.S. Open 11 shots off the lead and yet, they'll be playing in the final pairing on Sunday.
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Mickelson calls USGA after hearing DQ rumblings
Phil Mickelson called the USGA's Mike Davis to ask whether the rules required that he be disqualified for his strange penalty on Saturday.
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Final-round tee times for the 118th U.S. Open
Daniel Berger and Tony Finau will play in the final twosome on Sunday at the 118th U.S. Open. Here's a look at the full-field tee times.
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DJ still odds-on favorite entering final round of U.S. Open
Dustin Johnson was an overwhelming favorite to win the U.S. Open after 36 holes. Despite a 7-over 77 in the third round, he's still Vegas' top man.
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Watch: Koepka makes 61-footer for par at 14
Brooks Koepka has figured out how to play Shinnecock: purposely pitch 20 yards away from the flag at then hole a 60-footer.
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Social media firestorm to Mickelson controversy
Phil Mickelson's controversial actions on the 13th green in the third round of the 118th U.S. Open sent social media ablaze. Here are some player comments.
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Mickelson on U.S. Open controversy: 'Toughen up'
Phil Mickelson explained his reason for hitting a moving ball during Rd. 3 of the U.S. Open and was unrepentant for his actions.
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Zach Johnson: 'They've lost the golf course'
Zach Johnson was clear on Saturday when he finished his third round at Shinnecock saying, 'They've lost the golf course.'
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Watch: Phil takes 2-shot penalty for hitting moving ball
Phil Mickelson on Saturday deliberately putted a ball that had not stopped rolling. He was assessed a penalty and made a 10.
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Amateur Lumsden misses cut, but gets marker reprieve
Even after missing the cut by 10 shots, 22-year-old Northwestern junior Ryan Lumsden got another crack at Shinnecock Hills.
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How the $12 million purse will be paid out at U.S. Open
The few players still left standing after the 36-hole cut at the U.S. Open will have plenty of cash on the line this weekend at Shinnecock Hills.
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Third-round tee times at 2018 U.S. Open
A look at full-field tee times for the third round of the 118th U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills, where Dustin Johnson has a four-shot lead entering weekend play.
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After Masters runner-up, Fowler in mix at U.S. Open
Two months after making a hard run at winning the Masters, Rickie Fowler is in position to make another run at claiming his first major championship title.
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Firefighter among three ams to make the cut
A Massachusetts firefighter and two other amateurs did what Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods couldn't - make the cut in the U.S. Open.
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Confident Koepka lurking at Shinnecock
Defending champion Brooks Koepka went from struggling to make the weekend to being right in contention at Shinnecock.
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Bogey-bogey finish puts Rose 5 back of DJ
Justin Rose was cruising until a bogey-bogey stretch derailed him and put him five shots back of Dustin Johnson at the halfway point of the U.S. Open.
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McIlroy misses third consecutive cut at U.S. Open
Rory McIlroy had high hopes for the 118th U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills. But once again, he's leaving after only two days of play.
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DJ huge odds-on favorite, but who's next?
Dustin Johnson can start making room for another U.S. Open trophy on his mantle – at least in the eyes of Las Vegas oddsmakers.
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Among Phil-Spieth-Rory, Lefty's only made cut
From the supergroup of Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth, only Lefty advanced to the weekend at Shinnecock Hills.
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Big names, big numbers: Stars miss the cut
Shinnecock Hills took a toll on the game’s best and brightest this week, as four of the world’s top 10 players - plus Tiger Woods - missed the cut.
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Fleetwood fires round of the week with 66
Tommy Fleetwood was on his way to the best round of the week at the U.S. Open, and he was just trying to get off the golf course.
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Wind, rain wreak havoc with club selection
On Day 2 at Shinnecock Hills, wind and rain befuddled Dustin Johnson when he tried to pick a club for a tee shot on a par 3.
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TT Postscript: Woods not ready for the major heat
As much as Tiger Woods grinded at Shinnecock, his overall game isn’t ready for major championship heat. Not close. Not yet.
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Woods to only play Quicken before heading to Open
Tiger Woods will make only one more start at the Quicken Loans National before heading to The Open at Carnoustie.
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Ryder Cup captain Furyk: Tiger will win this year
U.S. Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk has high hopes for Tiger Woods, despite his poor performance in two rounds at the U.S. Open.
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In battle of 1 vs. 2, DJ outplays Thomas by 8
Justin Thomas knows the tall task ahead of him over the weekend here at the U.S. Open. He just played alongside the leader.
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Goosen's '04 caddie now helping Cabrera Bello
Retief Goosen might not be here to defend his 2004 U.S. Open title – more on that in a bit – but his major-winning caddie is.
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Watch: 45-footer part of DJ's birdie run on Friday
Birdies were a rare commodity on Day 1 of the U.S. Open, but Dustin Johnson made his fair share on Friday at Shinnecock.
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Tiger Tracker: 118th U.S. Open
Tiger Woods followed his opening 78 with a 2-over 72 in the second round of the 118th U.S. Open. We tracked him a Shinnecock Hills.
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Tiger among huge search party looking for DJ's ball
When Dustin Johnson's tee shot buried into the rough on the sixth hole, Tiger Woods and a host of others came to help out.
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In pro debut, DeMorat shoots 72 despite unfortunate penalty
Mickey DeMorat made his pro debut Thursday and shot a 2-over 72. Impressive, but it could have been more so were it not for an unfortunate penalty.
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New caddie can't rescue Garcia (75)
Employing a new man on the bag in an effort to turn his season around, Sergio Garcia couldn’t sustain his early momentum at the U.S. Open.
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DJ on 1-under start at Shinnecock: 'I did a good job'
Not even the toughest scoring day of the year could slow down world No. 1 Dustin Johnson, who co-leads after a 1-under 69.
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Rosaforte: Mickelson still hopeful after 77
Phil Mickelson insisted he is still in contention in the U.S. Open despite a first-round 7-over 77 at Shinnecock Hills on Thursday.
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Stenson (71): You're going to laugh, cry
Difficult courses work in Henrik Stenson’s favor, and they don’t come much harder than Shinnecock during the first round of this U.S. Open.
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TT Postscript: Major 15 ain't coming this week
Tiger Woods’ U.S. Open began with a triple bogey and didn’t get much better after that. Here are my thoughts and observations after a rough opener at Shinnecock.
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Watch: DJ holes bunker shot in battle for the lead
Dustin Johnson played like the world's No. 1 on Thursday at Shinnecock Hills, holing a bunker shot on the eighth hole as he vied for first place.
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U.S. Open cut rule: 60 and ties; no 10 shots
For several years, the U.S. Open cut line was the low 60 players and ties, along with anyone within 10 strokes of the lead. That is not the case anymore.
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U.S. Open cut rule: 60 and ties; no 10 shots
For several years, the U.S. Open cut line was the low 60 players and ties, along with anyone within 10 strokes of the lead. That is not the case anymore.
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Poulter finally has a positive U.S. Open experience
Ian Poulter, who has never finished inside the top 10 in a U.S. Open, shot a 1-under 69 for a share of the early lead alongside Scott Piercy.
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Gregory on his 22-over 92: 'I can't be that bad'
After shooting 92 Thursday, Scott Gregory has a new goal - to get the picture he took with Tiger signed by Mr. Woods.
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Piercy (69) was 'skanking it' Wednesday at Shinnecock
Scott Piercy didn’t imagine that his name would sit atop the U.S. Open leaderboard as he walked off the course Thursday at Shinnecock Hills.
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While others suffer, Rose 'enjoys' opening 71
Justin Rose said he enjoyed the opening round of the 118th U.S. Open. And it showed as he shot 1-under 71 at Shinnecock Hills.
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Walters receives USGA's Bob Jones Award
Dennis Walters, who was paralyzed from the waist down more than 40 years ago but still forged a career in golf, received the USGA's highest honor Wednesday night.
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Davis on two-hole playoff: 'Want it to end Sunday'
There’s a new playoff format this week at the U.S. Open, even if all 156 players in the Shinnecock Hills field don’t realize it.
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Punch Shot: Burning questions for 118th U.S. Open
In advance of the 118th U.S. Open, GolfChannel.com writers sound off on burning questions as players ready for a stern major championship test at Shinnecock Hills.
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Fowler's losing lament: 'Tom Brady can putt'
Rickie Fowler and Phil Mickelson took a break from their U.S. Open preparations to get in a fun and - for Mickelson, anyway - profitable round with Tom Brady.
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PGA of America president Levy charged with DUI
PGA of America president Paul Levy was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol last week in California.
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Engagement ring burned hole in Fowler's pocket
When asked why he proposed on Long Island, Rickie Fowler's answer was honest and one with which many married men can likely relate.
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Six players have shot at No. 1 ranking
Although Dustin Johnson retook the top spot from Justin Thomas last week, any one of six players could be the top-ranked player on Monday.
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Davis: Need to be 'very cautious' on diabolical 7th hole
With apologies to Retief Goosen, what most fans remember about the 2004 U.S. Open is the USGA losing control of the par-3 seventh hole.
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Davis: Windy forecast forces a few setup 'audibles'
A daunting first-round forecast has already caused USGA setup man Mike Davis to alter his strategy.
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USGA won't 'give up' on Shinnecock despite travel concerns
Only the best planners have escaped the Long Island traffic this week at the U.S. Open.
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Rory enjoys prep by playing some of N.Y.'s finest
Rory McIlroy arrived on Long Island early. But he didn't spend all of his time playing Shinnecock Hills. There was plenty of fun mixed in.
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Rory: Tiger has inspired U.S. success in majors, team events
The U.S. has been very successful recently in major championships and team events. Rory McIlroy says Tiger Woods is a primary inspiration.
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New rule would have really helped Phil at '04 U.S. Open
The USGA is implementing a local rule at Shinnecock Hills this week that Phil Mickelson would have relished in place in 2004.
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Koepka sees similarities with Shinnecock, Erin Hills
After dealing with injuries, defending champion Brooks Koepka is trending in the right direction heading into the U.S. Open.
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DJ: St. Jude win means less pressure, not more
Although no one has ever won the U.S. Open after winning the week before, Dustin Johnson says winning last week puts less pressure on him, not more.
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JT on losing No. 1 to DJ: 'He deserves it for the time being'
Justin Thomas’ reign as world No. 1 lasted all of four weeks – and one start.
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U.S. Open prop bets on Tiger: 20/1 to win; +300 to MC
Tiger Woods is making just his second U.S. Open appearance in the last five years, and he's among the betting favorites.
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Day: Woods is starting to regain his 'killer instinct'
Over the past few years, Jason Day has mentioned often how much he’s idolized Tiger Woods and what advice he’d given him throughout his career.
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RV mates: Day and Bubba, the messy burrito eater
Sometimes you can’t avoid a nosy neighbor, even among the secluded confines of the RV parking lot at a PGA Tour event.
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Spieth preaches patience with putting, season
That Jordan Spieth is still winless at this juncture of the season can be traced to one club: His normally reliable putter.
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Houston Open secures 5-year sponsor agreement
The PGA Tour announced on Tuesday that the Houston Open will return to the schedule next year, with a new spot in the circuit’s line up.
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Spieth didn't know USGA changed playoff format
Jordan Spieth was asked about the decision to abandon the 18-hole playoff at the U.S. Open in favor of a two-hole aggregate. He seemed confused.
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Tiger has his 'home' putter with him at Shinnecock
After a disastrous putting week at the Memorial, Tiger Woods is looking at Shinnecock Hills' poa annua greens with renewed optimism.
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Tiger: Players could miss tee times because of traffic
Tiger Woods, who is staying on his "dinghy" this week, won't have any traffic troubles. But others may as they try to get to Shinnecock.
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Podcast: Shinny may suit Tiger; plus, betting odds
The 118th U.S. Open is upon us and much is to be debated as we lead up to the opening round. Will Gray hosts the latest podcast breaking down all the scenarios.
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What the puck? NHL referee qualifies for U.S. Open
Garrett Rank, the NHL referee who qualified for this week’s U.S. Open, had a recent conversation unlike anyone else teeing it up this week.
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Watch: Shinnecock's 18th green is so slick, and it's Monday
Players are expecting a stern test this year at Shinnecock Hills. Judging by this video on the 18th green, that's exactly what they'll get.
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Phil doesn't want this U.S. Open left to chance
Phil Mickelson said the 2004 U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills was more about chance than skill. He hopes that's not the case this week.
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D. Johnson enters U.S. Open week as betting favorite
After a decisive victory at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, Dustin Johnson heads into the U.S. Open as a clear betting favorite.
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U.S. Open 101: Guide to the year's second major
Take a look at some answers to frequently asked questions about the United States Open Championship, which is being played this week:
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Mickelson back inside Ryder Cup bubble after Memphis
After a strong showing at the FedEx St. Jude Classic, Phil Mickelson is back inside the U.S. Ryder Cup bubble.
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Watch: Hole-by-hole flyovers of Shinnecock Hills
Get set for the year's U.S. Open with these flyover videos from the 7,445-yard, par-70 layout at Shinnecock Hills.
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Grillo, An earn final U.S. Open spots via OWGR
Emiliano Grillo and Byeong-Hun An earned the final exemptions into this week's U.S. Open field thanks to the latest world rankings.
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FedEx St. Jude purse payout: Big checks for DJ, Putnam
Dustin Johnson cruised to victory at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Here's a look at how the purse was paid out at TPC Southwind.
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Memphis runner-up career-best finish for Putnam
Andrew Putnam couldn't keep pace with Dustin Johnson, but that didn't keep him from notching a career-best finish at the FedEx St. Jude Classic.
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Watch: DJ closes out St. Jude with hole-out eagle
Dustin Johnson closed out the FedEx St. Jude Classic with a hole-out eagle from 171 yards on the par-4 18th.
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DJ holes out on 18, wins by six in Memphis
Dustin Johnson wrapped up a FedEx St. Jude Classic win in spectacular fashion, holing out for eagle from the 18th fairway.
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Mickelson heads to U.S. Open after closing 65
After closing out the FedEx St. Jude Classic with a 5-under 65, Phil Mickelson will now turn his attention to the U.S. Open.
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U.S. Open leaderboards: Recent full-field scores
Who won? Who finished runner-up? Who missed the cut? Take a look back at the leaderboards of the recent U.S. Opens.
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DJ's U.S. Open prep paying off at St. Jude
Dustin Johnson wanted to prepare for the U.S. Open by contending in Memphis. So far, so good through 54 holes at the St. Jude Classic.
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Ole Miss' Thornberry making another run at St. Jude
Amateur Braden Thornberry shot another low round Saturday to make a significant rise up the leaderboard at the FedEx St. Jude Classic.
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Healthy Creamer shoots 66 Saturday at ShopRite
A 5-under-par 66 Saturday moved Paula Creamer two shots off the lead before play was suspended at 1:33 p.m. due to storms in the area.
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Watch: Cink makes a hole-in-one
Stewart Cink jumped up the Memphis leaderboard with the help of an ace on the 144-yard eighth hole.
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Maguire lurking near LPGA lead in pro debut
Ireland’s Leona Maguire is in position to make a Sunday run at winning the ShopRite Classic in her professional debut.
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Photos: Fowler gets engaged to Allison Stokke
Rickie Fowler took a break from prepping for next week's U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills to pop the question to girlfriend Allison Stokke.
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Snedeker on 62: 'I’m not losing my mind'
Brandt Snedeker said his 8-under-par 62 Friday at the FedEx St. Jude Classic was good for his mental health. “I’m not losing my mind,” he said.
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DJ (63) heating up as U.S. Open looms
Dustin Johnson moved into early position Friday to take some winning momentum and the world No. 1 ranking to the U.S. Open next week.
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Diaz fires 5-under 66 with son on the bag
With a new baby boom hitting the LPGA, Laura Diaz showed all the new mothers and moms-to-be how to do it Friday at the ShopRite Classic.
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Lefty, Koepka one shot off Memphis lead
Ireland's Seamus Power took the first-round lead in the FedEx St. Jude Classic, but a gaggle of stars, including Phil Mickelson and Brooks Koepka, sits one shot back.
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Watch: DJ takes off shoe, stands in water, chips in
Dustin Johnson nearly hit his second shot into the water on the par-4 12th hole, but he left himself just enough room to chip his third shot into the hole for a birdie.
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Ko making rare appearance at ShopRite Classic
Lydia Ko is back in action this week at the ShopRite Classic, making just the second start of her career there.
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Mickelson (66) salvages momentum in Memphis
Once again playing his way into a major, Phil Mickelson is on the early leaderboard at the FedEx St. Jude Classic after salvaging some late-round momentum.
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Nicklaus praises HS golfer for reporting penalty
Kate Wynja might have lost a high school state championship by calling a penalty on herself, but she is winning a lot of fans, including the Golden Bear himself.
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Round 1 and 2 tee times for 118th U.S. Open
Round 1 and 2 tee times for the 118th U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, Southampton, N.Y., June 14-17.
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Hot putter bails out Koepka (66) in Memphis
As he gets set to defend his U.S. Open title next week, Brooks Koepka relied on a hot putter to open with a 4-under 66 in Memphis.
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Woods grouped with DJ, Thomas at U.S. Open
Tiger Woods will play with the top two players in the world next week when he renews his quest for a 15th major title at the U.S. Open.
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Analysts: USGA should toughen U.S. Open setup
Count David Duval among those eager to see if the USGA returns to its more traditional formula for setting up the U.S. Open.
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Canadian Open returning to Hamilton GC in 2019
RBC Canadian Open officials have announced that the tournament will return next year to Hamilton Golf and Country Club for the first time since 2012.
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Long-sleeve Mickelson shirts on sale to public
Shirt manufacturer Mizzen + Main has reportedly rolled out a Phil Mickelson collection of long-sleeve, button-down shirts like those Lefty has worn on the course this year.
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Watch: Thomas holes out in practice round at Bellerive
Justin Thomas' bid to defend the PGA Championship is off to a flying start. He's already holing out at Bellerive Country Club.
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Oregon's Xiong wins Haskins Award
Oregon Ducks' sophomore Norman Xiong on Wednesday was named the winner of the Haskins Award presented by Stifel.
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Report: Minnesota in line for PGA Tour event
The state of Minnesota is on the verge of its first regular PGA Tour event since the 1960s, according to a Pioneer Press report.
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Podcast: Low-am Levin recalls Shinnecock in 2004
Spencer Levin knows what it's like to play a U.S. Open Shinnecock Hills. He teed it up there as an amateur in 2004, tying for 13th and taking low-amateur honors.
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Arkansas' Fassi wins Annika Award
Arkansas Razorbacks' junior Maria Fassi on Wednesday was named the recipient of the Annika Award presented by 3M.
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Maguire sisters sign with Niall Horan, ready for pro debut
Leona Maguire says her professional debut this week will be even more memorable with her twin sister, Lisa, making it with her.
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Five golfers among Forbes' highest-paid athletes
Tiger Woods led a group of five golfers included among Forbes Magazine's annual list of the top 100 highest-paid athletes in the world.
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Johnson, McIlroy betting co-favorites for U.S. Open
With the field for next week's U.S. Open nearly set, a pair of former champs top the list of favorites according to Las Vegas oddsmakers.
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Volcanic eruption covers PGA Tour Latinoamerica course
A massive volcanic eruption that blanketed areas of Guatemala over the weekend also impacted a nearby course that annually hosts a PGA Tour LatinoAmerica event.
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Berger grouped with D. Johnson, Cook in Memphis
Daniel Berger will play alongside Dustin Johnson and Austin Cook as he looks to become the first three-peat winner on Tour since 2011.
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Carlborg, Costello win WLD Atlantic City Boardwalk Bash
Despite Mother Nature’s best attempt at stealing the show, Sandra Carlborg and Mark Costello won Tuesday's Atlantic City Boardwalk Bash.
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Stock Watch: Down on the USGA
A pair of the game's biggest names took aim at the USGA, two weeks before the start of the U.S. Open. We've got the highs and the lows in Stock Watch.
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2018 U.S. Open sectional results: Who's in, who's out
The U.S. Open field is set, with 12 different 36-hole sectional qualifiers determining the final names who are now headed to Shinnecock Hills.
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Scott makes cut on number, advances to U.S. Open
Adam Scott's major championship start streak is alive. He's heading to the U.S. Open after squeezing through sectional qualifying,
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Bryson congratulated by Tiger, Timberlake, Wahlberg, Trump
Who’s the most popular 24-year-old scientist in the world? Based on his list of fans, the answer would have to be Bryson DeChambeau.
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Henderson withdrew to be with grandfather, who passed away
Brooke Henderson withdrew from the U.S. Women Open to be with her ailing grandfather, who died of cancer on Friday at age 81.
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Report: Astros owner submits proposal to save Houston Open
Houston Astros owner Jim Crane is reportedly heading up a group of investors in an effort to keep the Houston Open on the PGA Tour schedule.
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Eight countries qualify for UL International Crown
South Korea is the top seed and the Americans will be back to defend their title in this year's UL International Crown.
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Scott starts strong in U.S. Open sectional qualifier
Adam Scott wasn't sure if he was going to compete in the U.S. Open sectional qualifier. He did, and through 18 holes it's a good decision.
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Police investigating 'serious' accident involving Cauley
The Dublin Police Department announced on Monday they are investigating a “serious” vehicle accident that occurred on Friday near Muirfield Village.
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A. Jutanugarn closing in on Park for world No. 1
Ariya Jutanugarn vaulted to No. 2 in Monday’s release of the newest Rolex Women’s World Rankings, putting her on the cusp of a potential return to No. 1.
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A guide to U.S. Open sectional qualifying
Eleven sectional qualifiers are scheduled Monday for spots into the 118th U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills.
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Three finalists named for Haskins, Annika awards
The finalists for the Fred Haskins Award and Annika Award were named on Monday.
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Tour signs deal for multi-platform live rights outside U.S.
The PGA Tour announced on Monday an alliance with Discovery that will include global television rights for 12 years.
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Molinari moves to top of Ryder Cup points list
Thanks to strong performances in a pair of Rolex Series events, Francesco Molinari has gone from outside the Ryder Cup bubble to leading the pack.
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DeChambeau cracks OWGR top 25; Tiger barely moves
Bryson DeChambeau's rapid rise through the Official World Golf Ranking continued in the wake of his playoff win at the Memorial Tournament.
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Memorial purse payout: DeChambeau earns $1.6 million
Bryson DeChambeau earned his second PGA Tour victory by winning a playoff at the Memorial Tournament. Here's a look at how the purse was paid out at Muirfield Village.
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DeChambeau passes Phil on Ryder Cup points list
Bryson DeChambeau’s Memorial Tournament victory moved him from 13th to eighth on the U.S. Ryder points list, just ahead of Phil Mickelson.
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Scott 'undecided' on U.S. Open sectional qualifier
After missing out on another chance to secure a spot in the U.S. Open, Adam Scott remains torn about whether or not he’ll make his first-ever appearance at sectional qualifying.
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Stanley undone by a tree on the 18th hole
Kyle Stanley’s late bid to snatch a victory at the Memorial Tournament didn’t survive an ill-fated collision with a tree lining the 18th fairway.
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Niemann earns special temporary Tour membership
Nineteen-year-old Joaquin Niemann has earned special temporary membership on the PGA Tour, meaning he can accept unlimited sponsor exemptions.
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DeChambeau wins Memorial in three-way playoff
Bryson DeChambeau birdied the second extra hole to win a three-way playoff and take the title Sunday at the Memorial.
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TT postscript: Finishes next-to-last in putting
Tiger Woods came into the final round of the Memorial Tournament with an outside chance to win, but he didn’t even crack the top 20.
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McIlroy (T-8) already looking forward to U.S. Open
Moments after signing for a 3-under 69 Sunday at the Memorial, Rory McIlroy’s attention had already shifted to the next challenge.
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Lefty heading to Shinnecock for scouting trip
Phil Mickelson has six runner-up finishes at the U.S. Open, including his near-miss in 2004 at Shinnecock Hills.
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Woods birdies first, but hope fades away (72)
Tiger Woods birdied his opening hole in the final round of the Memorial Tournament, but he has not been able to mount a closing charge.
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Tokimatsu, Ichihara qualify for Open at Carnoustie
Ryuko Tokimatsu and Kodai Ichihara qualified for the 2018 Open Championship on Sunday via the Japan Golf Tour's Order of Merit.
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Tavatanakit, Valenzuela battling for low-am honors
Thailand’s Patty Tavatanakit is battling Switzerland’s Albane Valenzuela for low amateur honors through 54 holes at Shoal Creek.
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Tour status at stake for Niemann on Sunday
Joaquin Niemann heads into the final round of the Memorial T-2, one shot off the lead. A strong finish could lock up his PGA Tour card.
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DeChambeau: I'm putting best I ever have
Memorial leader Bryson DeChambeau estimated he had his “B to B+” game on Saturday, but he had a much different grade for his putting.
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Cauley seriously injured in accident at Memorial
Bud Cauley was involved in a car accident at approximately 11 p.m., on Friday in Dublin and is in a local hospital with several injuries.
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Second straight win would lift Rose to No. 1
Justin Rose heads into the final round with a shot at a winning streak – not to mention the top spot in the world rankings.
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Hole-in-one, eagle-3 key to Cantlay's 66
Patrick Cantlay took 66 swings on Saturday, but two stood out. One produced a hole-in-one, the other set up an eagle-3.
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Tiger's putter heats up, then goes cold again
For nine holes, it looked as though Tiger Woods has solved his putting questions, but the flatstick proved a riddle for him yet again.
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TT Postscript: Putter again betrays Woods
For the second straight day, Tiger Woods walked off the 18th green at Muirfield Village with an under par score and a look of frustration.
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Jutanugarn closing gap on Smith at USWO
Ariya Jutanugarn moved one shot closer to Sarah Jane Smith in Saturday morning’s finish to the suspended second round of the U.S. Women’s Open.
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McIlroy: USGA thinks we're better than we are
After Rory McIlroy's third round, he was asked if the USGA has a proper understanding of the talent level in professional golf.
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Rory treats Rd. 3 like practice, shoots 64
Rory McIlroy shot a bogey-free Saturday morning 64 to rocket from the cut line to within three of the lead before the co-leaders began their third rounds.
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Watch: Tiger highlights (birdies! eagle!) in Rd. 3
Tiger Woods made an eagle at the fifth and a birdie at the sixth to move up the leaderboard on Day 3 of the Memorial.
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Watch: Rory 1 inch from ace (and more highlights)
Muirfield Village's conditions on Saturday were ripe for scoring at the Memorial Tournament, and Rory McIlroy took advantage.
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Must see: Insane crowd videos from Tiger's hole-out
Fans recorded Tiger Woods' hole-out on Friday at the Memorial Tournament and they're even better than the tournament footage.
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Niemann, 19, on cusp of earning status on Tour
Memorial co-leader Joaquin Niemann would love a win, but a top-7 finish will secure him special temporary status for the season.
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Smith leads by four at weather-delayed USWO
Australian Sarah Jane Smith made a strong move before the weather delays hit Friday at the U.S. Women’s Open.
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Stanley (66) continues good run at Memorial
Kyle Stanley can’t tell you why, but there’s something about Muirfield Village that just works for him.
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Scott fires 66 as he still eyes spot in U.S. Open
Adam Scott’s uphill battle to snag a last-minute exemption into the U.S. Open is officially back on after a 66 at the Memorial.
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Tiger on 6-footer before delay: Wanted to hit that putt
When the weather warning horn echoed across Muirfield Village just past 4 p.m. on Friday, Tiger Woods cringed.
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Woods misses five putts inside 8 feet in round of 67
After a brief session with the media following a second-round 67, Tiger Woods headed straight for the putting green at Muirfield Village.
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TT postscript: 67 still case of what might've been
Tiger Woods was cruising around Muirfield Village until a rain delay derailed his momentum. He posted 67 and left plenty out there.
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Watch: Woods makes five birdies, eagle in Round 2
Tiger Woods was looking to bounce back after an even-par 72 in Round 1, and he did so in a big way Friday at the Memorial.
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Watch: Tiger holes out for eagle at 11, hits flag at 12
Tiger Woods was already having himself a good day at the Memorial when he came to the par-5 11th and did this with his third shot.
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Lincicome excited to play against the men at Barbasol
Brittany Lincicome is hoping to have some fun when she tees it up against the men next month at the PGA Tour’s Barbasol Championship in Kentucky.
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