2013 U.S. Open

My Year in Golf: Bradley S. Klein

From a memorable seat behind the scenes at Merion to some one-on-one time with Donald Trump at Doral, our Bradley S. Klein reflects on his time on the road in 2013.

Kaufmann: This is Fox's moment to reinvent TV golf

Our Martin Kaufmann says Fox has a unique opportunity to redefine how golf is broadcasted, and shouldn't get caught up in negativity or castoffs from ESPN, CBS or Golf Channel. Instead, reinvent the wheel.

Numbers don't lie: Merion was simply a beast

Here’s a look at some of the key junctures at Merion Golf Club and how those who played all 72 holes handled things at the 2013 U.S. Open.

Notes: 'Moving Day' at majors not pretty for Tiger

Tiger Woods certainly has been active on “Moving Day” in each of the past six major championships. Unfortunately for him, the direction in which he has moved has been backward.

Award-worthy moments from U.S. Open Sunday

The U.S. Open is concluded, but there are final awards to be presented – with players more honest and candid Sunday than they had been all week.

What they're saying: U.S. Open reactions

Here are some reactions to the U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club, which Justin Rose won at 1 over par, from golfers and other figures of the sport via social media Monday

TV tidbits: Hits, misses from U.S. Open coverage

Here are a few high points from following U.S. Open-weekend coverage and commentary on NBC and Golf Channel.

Rose watches plan blossom with win in major

The U.S. Open came down to who could avoid catastrophes on a rain-softened, venerable Merion course. Justin Rose won his first major, while Phil Mickelson endured heartbreak.

5 Things: Day flirts with first major title; Kim low am

Jason Day picked up his fifth career top-10 finish in a major -- in only 10 starts; Michael Kim takes low-amateur honors with impressive week; and Hideki Matsuyama continues to impress in American majors.

Notes: Donald's day goes awry; Mahan smiles; more

Sunday's final round at the U.S. Open at Merion featured shanks, shots out of bounds, a hole-in-one and an improbable eagle.

Klein: U.S. Open finale lacks storybook ending

Sometimes, it’s just too much to ask for a storybook ending. Instead, Phil Mickelson is a six-time runner-up in the tournament you most want to win as an American.

Winner's Circle: Justin Rose, U.S. Open

Justin Rose became the first English golfer to win a U.S. Open since Tony Jacklin won at Hazeltine National in 1970. Here is a list of the equipment he used at Merion.

How it Happened: Rose wins U.S. Open at Merion

Phil Mickelson, five times a U.S. Open runner-up, looks Sunday to bring home his first national championship during the final round at Merion Golf Club. Keep up with the highlights right here!

Rose's win ends England's U.S. Open drought

It's been a long wait for England since Tony Jacklin won the trophy in 1970. 2013 U.S. Open winner Justin Rose has been in contention before, tying for 10th at Oakmont in 2007.

U.S. Open comes down to tough closing stretch

Let's take a hole-by-hole look at how Merion's final five holes have stood up to the pros and amateurs this week, as well as what the golfers and our expert say about them.

Woods falters, can point to putter for Open woes

Tiger Woods' winless streak in the majors has officially moved into its sixth calendar year, and this one got ugly over the weekend. After a final-round 74, it was easy to find the culprit for Woods: his putter.

Stefani's ace high point of tough Open week

Easy, like Sunday morning. That's how No. 17 played for Shawn Stefani, even if the rest of the week was a much tougher test at Merion Golf Club.

Rain again at Merion? Open might stall again

Is there another rain delay in store for Merion Golf Club and the U.S. Open? Perhaps – the likelihood depends on who you ask.

U.S. Open winner will need to hang on for dear life

Sundays at the U.S. Open identify the last man clinging to a bending branch just before it snaps off the side of a cliff. The U.S. Open’s resounding chorus? A collective groan.

Donald sees 'solid' round despite twin mishaps

Englishman Luke Donald seems determined to fight back at the U.S. Open. It could, of course, be fascinating to see how he handles 17 and 18 in the final round.

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