Mike Davis plots strategic flexibility on the USGA’s championship courses
From Nicklaus to Watson to Woods, amazing things happen when the U.S. Open is staged at Pebble Beach. Jim McCabe explains why this venue holds a firm spot in the history of the game.
A decade later, Tiger Woods’ U.S. Open performance at Pebble Beach is still remarkable. John Hawkins explains.
This is certainly not the Pebble Beach these guys see in February. The forecast this week calls for just a 10-percent chance of precipitation, including next Monday for you playoff lovers. Bottom line: The U.S. Open could be 100-percent dry.
Few can forget what happened last time Tiger Woods played a U.S. Open at Pebble Beach in 2000. Jeff Rude examines Tiger's history at Pebble, and wonders if it will provide the setting for his fourth U.S. Open victory.
Abraham Ancer, the country’s top junior college player, has signed a financial-aid agreement to play at Oklahoma.
The weather-plagued LPGA State Farm Classic at Panther Creek Country Club has been delayed again, with the final round being pushed back until Monday.
Turns out that 6-for-5 playoff at last Monday’s U.S. Open qualifier in Columbus, Ohio, wasn’t necessary after all. That’s because the guy who got ousted, Rocco Mediate, is now back in this week’s national championship.
Georgia teammates Hudson Swafford and Russell Henley, who are playing in the U.S. Open this week, chatted live Wednesday on Golfweek.com. Click here for a replay.
This par-5, 519-yard hole at Pebble Beach is as lovely as it is difficult
Lee Westwood has won the St. Jude Classic for his second career PGA Tour victory and first since 1998, beating Swede Robert Karlsson on the fourth hole of a sudden-death playoff Sunday.
Tom Watson, at 60, rekindles 'love affair' with fifth U.S. Open start at Pebble Beach
If the 2000 U.S. Open at Pebble Beach was known for Tiger’s 15-stroke rout, then ’72 was about Nicklaus-Palmer drama and the 1-iron, ’82 about the chip-in and ’92 about a Kite going low in the wind.
Sally Watson is the lone veteran of the GB&I team and might actually play a third Curtis Cup before her amateur career is over. She’s the perfect one to ask if it’s time for Europe to join the party.
Bobby Hudson, a rising senior at Texas, rallied to win the Sunnehanna Amateur on Sunday, shooting 66 to move past overnight leader Brad Benjamin.
Now that the NCAA Championship is over, it’s time for many players to begin their professional careers. In other sports, we get the excitement and hoopla of a draft. Not golf.
The United States retained the Curtis Cup on Sunday at Essex County Club. As Jim McCabe writes, it wasn’t even close.
Thomas Bjorn emerged from a four-year title drought to win the Estoril Open by five shots on Sunday.
Cristie Kerr has finished her rain-delayed third round with a 63 at the LPGA State Farm Classic.