News for Sunday, June 17, 2012


News 2012 June 17


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How it happened: Simpson wins U.S. Open

Simpson wins U.S. Open

On a roller-coaster day at Olympic Club, Webb Simpson was able to manage his game well enough to win the U.S. Open title by a shot over Graeme McDowell and Michael Thompson. See how it happened:

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Spieth, 18, takes low-amateur title at U.S. Open

Spieth wins low-amateur title

In a battle of Texas Longhorns - one current and one future - Jordan Spieth, 18, got the better of Beau Hossler, 17, for low-amateur status at the U.S. Open on Sunday.

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Wyatt wins Sunnehanna Amateur

Wyatt wins Sunnehanna

Alabama isn't far removed from an NCAA title, yet three Crimson Tide players finished in the top 5 at the Sunnehanna Amateur. That included winner Bobby Wyatt.

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TV: Berman Open to criticism; North goes South

rewinds the U.S. Open and weighs in on the work done by ESPN and NBC.

rewinds the U.S. Open and weighs in on the work done by ESPN and NBC.

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U.S. Open debate: 5 burning questions for Sunday

Open debate: Round 4

Is Tiger toast? Will Graeme McDowell and Jim Furyk stay on top? Our staff on the scene at Olympic Club debates five key questions ahead of Sunday's primetime tee times at the U.S. Open.

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Rude: Possibilities are endless for Open final round

Rude on U.S. Open

Any number of scenarios could play out Sunday at the U.S. Open – some are just more interesting than others.

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Lavner: Don't bother with Sunday Open predictions

U.S. Open predictions

Making predictions for the final round of the U.S. Open is an exercise in futility. On this course with this leaderboard, nearly anything is possible. Ryan Lavner