U.S. Open

Kaymer most impressive, amid good company

By Sunday evening, the competition in the 114th U.S. Open suddenly seemed pleased to discover that runaway winner Martin Kaymer had left them a few morsels to enjoy at Pinehurst.

One-hit wonder no more, Kaymer back on top

Martin Kaymer, 29, lost his way after winning the 2010 PGA Championship and ascending to World No. 1 in 2011. After two grueling, emotional years of toying with his swing and mentality, the German is back on top of the world.

Koepka gets more than bargained for in U.S. Open

Brooks Koepka knew, standing on the 18th green Sunday at Pinehurst, that his performance had just changed his life -- securing his PGA Tour card and spot the 2015 U.S. Open. He didn't know the birdie he'd make would land him in the Masters.

Snedeker plays through injury at U.S. Open

Brandt Snedeker shot a final-round 73 in the U.S. Open, despite an injury that had him unsure the exact origin of his condition that flared up before his round at Pinehurst.

Will U.S. Open enable course-setup revolution?

One observer hopes that folks watching this week's U.S. Open don’t dismiss Pinehurst's course makeover as some fad – that instead they embrace the revolution of this firm, fast, linksland in the pines.

Notes: Berger and son; Bradley eyes Ryder

To cap the low round of the day at Pinehurst on Sunday in the U.S. Open, Daniel Berger walked the 18th with his dad inside the ropes, while Keegan Bradley thought of Ryder Cup points down the stretch.

U.S. Open Tracker: Kaymer wins U.S. Open

Chasing his second major title, Martin Kaymer starts Sunday at the U.S. Open in control of his destiny at Pinehurst -- while Erik Compton, Rickie Fowler, Dustin Johnson and Henrik Stenson give chase. Follow the highlights right here!

Look ahead to Chambers Bay and beyond

Seven future U.S. Open sites (2015 through 2021) have been selected. How many of the seven courses can you name? As a bonus, match each course with its appropriate year. How much of a golf nut are you?

U.S. Open Tracker: Kaymer's lead nipped

At Pinehurst, some thought the winner might finish the U.S. Open over par. Martin Kaymer remains well under par after Saturday's third round. Recap the highlights right here!

Putting better, Mickelson (72) thinks 'second again'

Phil Mickelson was a man who needed to make a move on Saturday, but as he progressed through his round, it was clear there would not be too many birdie opportunities at Pinehurst No. 2.

Moore: They'll be putting 'em off greens today

Ryan Moore will tell you what's different about U.S. Open conditions at Pinehurst for Saturday's third round: "They're starting to firm up. They're getting bouncier. There's going to be at least 10 people putting off the greens today."

Furyk to Ko, 'Fluff' to keep working Pinehurst

When Jim Furyk's U.S. Open week ends Sunday, caddie Mike "Fluff" Cowan will hang around Pinehurst and loop for Lydia Ko, adjusting to women's yardages while lending his knowledge of the No. 2 course.

Compton tightens focus, makes U.S. Open cut

Heart-transplant recipient Erik Compton’s second major-championship appearance, this week's U.S. Open at Pinehurst, is purely about golf. “If I play well, it will help other people because it is on a big stage,” he said.

By the numbers: Kaymer strong in several stats

A look at the numbers finds Martin Kaymer performing well at the U.S. Open in several statistics, understandable given his six-shot lead, plus Pinehurst's strengths and (relative) vulnerabilities.

Add U.S. Open contention to Todd's big season

Brendon Todd is in his first major, but he hardly blinked when he saw a U.S. Open leaderboard at Pinehurst with his name nestled beneath that of runaway leader Martin Kaymer.

U.S. Open Tracker: Kaymer stretches lead

Martin Kaymer posted a 65 to start the U.S. Open with the lead – and a record for an Open round at Pinehurst No. 2 at that despite an afternoon tee time. He hits the course early Friday to try and expand that margin.

Kisner gives his dad the ultimate Father's Day gift

Kevin Kisner gave his dad the ultimate Father's Day gift on Friday. Kisner pulled his father, Steve, out of the gallery to caddie the last couple of holes knowing he wouldn't make the cut at the U.S. Open.

Even at eight back, Dustin Johnson has plan

Dustin Johnson is among those looking for a fight with Martin Kaymer at the 2014 U.S. Open, although Kaymer is threatening to run away from the field. "My approach won't change at all," insisted Johnson.

U.S. Open Tracker: Kaymer leads after 1st round

World No. 1 Adam Scott. Two-time Masters champ Bubba Watson. Reigning Open Champion victor Phil Mickelson. Enigmatic Rory McIlroy. Can any of them solve Pinehurst? We'll keep you posted on U.S. Open highlights right here!

Achie's Awards: Players' honesty at Pinehurst

Major championship competition brings out the honesty in most participants. Their U.S. Open thoughts Thursday at Pinehurst, amid invariably difficult golf, tended to lack any false confidence.

Major Moments 2010: Collegians soak up U.S. Open atmosphere

Seven college players qualified for the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. This is their story . . .

Major Moments 2010: 110th U.S. Open: Sights and sounds

A look at some of the sights and sounds from Sunday at the U.S. Open.

Major Moments 2010: Live from Pebble: Final round recap

Graeme McDowell won the 110th U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Alex Miceli and Dan Mirocha discuss his keys to victory.

Major Moments 2010: Live from Pebble: Round 3 recap

What's more impressive: Tiger Woods roaring back into contention with a 66 or Dustin Johnson creating separation with a 66? Jeff Rude and Alex Miceli debate.

Major Moments 2010: Live from Pebble: Round 2 recap

It turned into the Phil Mickelson show Friday at Pebble Beach. Who will challenge him this weekend? Alex Miceli and Dan Mirocha discuss.

Major Moments 2010: Q&A: 1955 U.S. Open champ Jack Fleck

What does it feel like to beat Ben Hogan? Jack Fleck, the 1955 U.S. Open winner, relives the moment with Jeff Rude.

Major Moments 2010: Miceli talks Pebble Beach changes

Alex Miceli shows some of the bigger changes the USGA has implemented at the U.S. Open.

Major Moments 2008: U.S. Open

Sunday we railed the USGA for having an 18-hole playoff on Monday, but in hindsight, did it make for Tiger's greatest win?

Major Moments 2008: U.S. Open

It's David vs Goliath as Rocco Mediate faces off against Tiger Woods for the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. Golfweek's Jeff Babineau and Rex Hoggard give us their thoughts on the playoff.

Major Moments 2008: U.S. Open

We talk with Michael Thompson, the 2008 U.S. Open low amateur, about his winning experience at Torrey Pines.

Major Moments 2008: U.S. Open

Rex Hoggard and Jeff Rude recount the history making moments from round 3 of the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines.

Major Moments 2008: U.S. Open

Golfweek's Jay Coffin talks with Tim Mickelson, head coach of the University of San Diego's Men's golf team, and Phil Mickelson's younger brother.

Major Moments 2008: U.S. Open

Tiger Woods is in the hunt for first place, but can Appleby hold off for two more days?

Major Moments 2008: U.S. Open

Golfweek contributing writer Alex Miceli gives us his take on the first wave of round two, and what it will take to make the cut at the U.S. Open.

Major Moments 2008: U.S. Open

Golfweek's Jeff Babineau and Sean Martin recap the first round action from the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines South Course.

Major Moments 2008: U.S. Open

Alex Miceli talks about Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Adam Scott from the morning wave of Round 1 at the U.S. Open.

Major Moments 2008: U.S. Open

Golfweek's architectural editor Bradley Klein walks Torrey Pines to discover what makes it a U.S. Open course.

Major Moments 2008: U.S. Open

The Golfweek gang discusses Tiger's knee injury, and make their picks for the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines.

Major Moments 2007: The U.S. Open

Join our Golfweek insiders from the U.S. Open as they take you for a unique spin around historical Oakmont. Jeff Babineau and Rex Hoggard discuss some ups, downs, and surprises from the week.

Major Moments 2007: The Golden Boys

The journey for Jeff and Jay ended Friday at Oakmont. The memories, however, will last a lifetime. Join GolfweekTV as we chronicled the father-son duo at the U.S. Open.

4th Round Hole Locations

Check out the hole locations for the final round of the 2011 U.S. Open at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md.