Winged Foot's greens have frustrated U.S. Open competitors all week long — but Danny Lee's 6-putt at No. 18 took things to the next level.
Viktor Hovland ended U.S. Open week as low amateur finishing at 4-under 280, the lowest 72-hole score by an amateur in the event's history. The new mark broke Jack Nicklaus' record of 282 in 1960.
Gary Woodland denied Brooks Koepka's bold bid at history and made U.S. Open memories of his own Sunday with two clutch shots, a birdie putt on the final hole and the silver trophy in his hands at Pebble Beach.
Sal Johnson has called the Masters and PGA Championship already this year
This should have been Phil Mickelson's chance to crown a legendary career and vault himself into a select group of greats, but he's angered the Golf Gods.
Odds, predictions and best bets: A consensus by our experts points to one of the favorites, who's being severely undervalued
Which Tiger will show up at the U.S. Open? Which big name is headed for a disappointing week? We answer that and other important U.S. Open questions.
Phil Mickelson started the final round of the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills 14 strokes behind the leaders, but he had become the story of the tournament thanks to a bizarre penalty and a ruling from the USGA that many disagreed with. The incident came on the 13th hole of the third round when Mickelson hit his bogey putt well past the hole and it appeared that it might roll off the green. Rather than wait to see where the ball might end up, Mickelson literally ran after the ball and hit it again as it was still moving.
The 2018 U.S. Open champion not only gets the prestige of his name on the trophy but the top payout from one of the largest purses in professional golf. The winner at the end of Sunday's final round will receive $2.16 million for finishing in first place, the same amount that Brooks Koepka won a year ago at Erin Hills. Though it won't show up in the victor's bank account, he will also receive a 10-year exemption to the U.S. Open, a five-year exemption for the PGA Tour and a five-year exemption for the Masters, PGA Championship and British Open. Not too shabby.
Despite clearly leading the field through early on during the 2018 U.S. Open, Dustin Johnson finds himself in a major fight after being surpassed on the leaderboard Sunday by Brooks Koepka and Tommy Fleetwood. Though we saw the third round end without any golfers under par for the event -- there were also some notable fireworks on behalf of Phil Mickelson -- it has already been proven that low scores can be had on Round 4 after Rickie Fowler followed up his 84 from Saturday with a 65 on Sunday.
Day 3 of the U.S. Open is set to begin Saturday at the Shinnecock Hills in Southhampton, N.Y. with one particuarly noticable absence. After a strong showing at the Memorial last weekend, Tiger Woods failed to make the cut, finishing the second round an abysmal 10 over par. However, there's still plenty of starpower remaining in the field with a trio of Americans, comprised of Dustin Johnson (-4), Scott Piercy and Charley Hoffman (E) sitting atop the leaderboard.
Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy: Michael Collins went through the 156-player field and found everyone a spot. It wasn't easy.
Check here for the groupings, tee times for U.S. Open 2018 next week. One of the featured groups consists of Spanish stars Sergio Garcia, Jon Rahm and Rafa Cabrera Bello.
The 2018 U.S. Open is right around the corner, and Tiger Woods has an afternoon tee time in the first round alongside the top two players in the world.
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.
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.
The Dublin Police Department announced on Monday they are investigating a “serious” vehicle accident that occurred on Friday near Muirfield Village.
– Penn State men’s golf alumnus Cole Miller will compete in the 118th U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club after claiming third place with a 5-under 139 at the section qualifier at the Woodmont Country Club. The U.S. Open sectional qualifier at the Woodmont Country Club advanced four individuals to the U.S. Open in Southampton, N.Y. Thursday-Sunday, June 14-17.
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.
Which golfer has the most U.S. Open titles to his or her name?