For all those runner-up finishes, with so much heartache chasing the major he covets, Phil Mickelson has never had a better chance to win the U.S. Open.
There’s something spectacular about the U.S. Open that the casual fan may not appreciate.
This year, it may be the most compelling of all the tournaments as the game’s heavyweights set to square off in what should be the most memorable of battles.
Hunter Mahan stopped Rory McIlroy’s march to No. 1 by winning the Match Play Championship.
Rory McIlroy roared past Lee Westwood and into the final of the Match Play Championship. All that stands in his way of going to No. 1 in the world is beating Hunter Mahan.
Luke Donald and Phil Mickelson have a real shot at winning the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup, but they might a little help from the top ranked FedEx Cup players.
Despite only winning one tournament this season, Luke Donald continues to remain the No. 1 ranked player in the world and is making a run at the FedEx Cup.
Luke Donald has a chance to win both the PGA and European Tour Money Titles, but Donald would like to win Majors instead.
The PGA Championship is this year’s final major and without the presence of a dominant player in the field, the player with the best fortune during the week will be the most likely winner.
Darren Clarke shot his second straight 2-under 68 on Friday, taking a lead role heading to the weekend at the British Open.
After taking time off after the U.S. Open, Luke Donald won the Scottish Open in convincing fashion and is now ready for a run at the Open Championship.
Notes from the world of golf. Ryan Moore plays with misaligned clubs. Erik Compton gets to the Tour after two heart attacks. Brits occupy the first three spots in the World Rankings.
Notes from the U.S. Open. Rory McIlroy shot an impressive first-round 65. Many players found the opening 199-yard, par-3 10th hole a little daunting. Congressional is the second longest course in U.S. Open history.
Dan Reardon at the U.S. Open. Hale Irwin was on hand to watch his son play. The top-three ranked players were the featured pairing on the first three days. President Obama, VP Joe Biden, House Speaker John Boehner and Ohio governor John Kasich tee off at Andrews Air Force base on Saturday.
Light rain. Heavy rough. Welcome to the 111th U.S. Open.
While his dramatic ascension seemed a bit unlikely, Donald has been the model of consistency in recent months. He looks to keep his top ranking at the Memorial Tournament this weekend.
David Toms doesn’t feel as though he’s done anything special over 36 holes, which sometimes can be good enough at The Players Championship.