Amateurs

Fitzpatrick joins Jones in exclusive company

Matthew Fitzpatrick became the first player since Bobby Jones in 1930 to hold the low-amateur honors at both the U.S. Open and Open Championship.

Amateurs: Whitsett falls short; Fitzpatrick makes cut

Cory Whitsett fires a 1-under 69, but comes up one shot short of making the cut at Pinehurst No. 2. Meanwhile, Matthew Fitzpatrick grinds out 73 and is the only amateur to make the cut at the 2014 U.S. Open.

Amateur roundup: Fitzpatrick fires 71 despite penalty

Playing with Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose, 19-year-old amateur Matthew Fitzpatrick held his own in firing a 1-over 71 that included four birdies and five bogeys. Here's a look at how all the amateurs fared on Thursday.

McIver travels road from obscurity to U.S. Open

Brandon McIver wasn't highly recruited, a victim of playing golf for only five or six months a year in Montana. A fateful trip by Oregon's Casey Martin to check out the kid has led McIver to a spot in the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst.

Millionaire? McNealy finds dad worth much more

Maverick McNealy doesn't live in his millionaire father's shadow, as Scott McNealy will have none of it. Instead, the Sun Microsystems co-founder takes pride in toting his eldest son's bag around whatever course they may find.