J.B. Holmes

Rude: We've got your winner. Here it is.

It’s clear who will win this week’s U.S. Open. Guaranteed. Write it down. Here it is . . . Plus, the club pro who bounds his drives past J.B. Holmes, Padraig Harrington's whereabouts and more.

Recent PGA Tour winners defy world rankings

J.B. Holmes became the third player in the past six weeks to win from beyond the top 150 in the Official World Golf Ranking.

Winner's Style: J.B. Holmes, Wells Fargo Championship

J.B. Holmes won the Wells Fargo Championship on May 4 in Charlotte, N.C., collecting his first win since 2008. See what Holmes wore from adidas Golf apparel for his victory at Quail Hollow.

5 Things: Holmes wins for first time since 2008

More than two years removed from a brain tumor that threatened not only his golf career but life as he knew it, J.B. Holmes re-entered the PGA Tour winner's circle with a 1-shot win at the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte.

5 Things: Mickelson cards 63; Holmes takes lead

Phil Mickelson's 62. Rory McIlroy's 65. J.B. Holmes' 66 to take the 54-hole lead. Moving Day lived up to its name Saturday at the Wells Fargo Championship.

5 Things: Martin maintains; Bradley climbs; more

A day after setting the course record at TPC Avondale, Zurich Classic of New Orleans leader Ben Martin shot 67 to maintain a healthy second-round margin as Keegan Bradley made a move. Here are 5 Things to know.

5 Things: Spieth leads; Woods survives; more

At Torrey Pines on Friday, the Farmers Insurance Open came into focus as young Jordan Spieth put on an absolute ball-striking clinic to take the lead while playing the North Course alongside Tiger Woods.

Holmes reports he's out for rest of year

J.B. Holmes won't return to PGA Tour play this season in the wake of a broken ankle in March, he announced Tuesday morning on Twitter – saying he wants to be sure it's 100 percent. Fact is, he's recovered from worse.

Holmes breaks ankle while rollerblading

"Just a freak little thing," a media representative of the broken ankle J.B. Holmes suffered recently while he was rollerblading for exercise with his fiancee.

Season preview: Holmes simply happy to be back

J.B. Holmes, nearing a full recovery after season-ending brain surgery last fall, considers himself fortunate to have “a second chance” at the game.

Holmes says he will return at Torrey Pines

J.B. Holmes, sidelined since brain surgery, told Golfweek on Tuesday that he plans to make his PGA Tour return at the Farmers Insurance Open Jan. 26-29 at Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla, Calif.

Instruction: A draw off the tee with J.B. Holmes

Instruction with ShotVision: A second part in our series with J.B. Holmes on using your driver. This instruction teaches you how to draw the ball.

Exclusive: Holmes marvels at his 'second chance'

Nearly 50 days after brain surgery, rehabbing J.B. Holmes marvels at his new titanium insert. Plus, check out our new instruction piece with Holmes, courtesy of our partners at ShotVision.

Holmes recovering nicely from brain surgery

J.B. Holmes is recovering nicely from surgery on his brain according to his agent, who says Holmes is looking forward to getting "back in fighting condition."

Hate to be Rude: Holmes optimistic about surgery

‘Low risk’ and ‘brain surgery’ don’t belong in the same sentence, but that’s how J.B. Holmes describes his upcoming operation after a dizzying withdrawal at the PGA. Jeff Rude

Holmes WDs from Barclays, preps for brain surgery

J.B. Holmes has withdrawn from The Barclays as he prepares to have brain surgery.

Note: Holmes prepares for Els match

J.B. Holmes felt he needed to clear the air with the man he’ll play in Thursday’s second round of the Accenture World Match Play Championship.

Kuchar, Holmes, Kim commit to play Phoenix

PGA Tour money champion Matt Kuchar, two-time winner J.B. Holmes and Anthony Kim committed Wednesday to play in the Phoenix Open on Feb. 3-6 at TPC Scottsdale.

Furyk, Holmes capitalize on ideal conditions

Those who completed their second rounds Saturday morning with greeted with mild conditions and able to make a move into contention at the PGA Championship.

Overton leads in W.Va.; Points, Holmes go low

Jeff Overton shot a 4-under 66 on Saturday for a three-stroke lead entering the final round of the inaugural Greenbrier Classic.