Here is a handful of posts via Twitter from pro golfers and top figures of the sport during U.S. Open week at Merion GC in Ardmore, Pa.:
Our David Dusek was on the range at Merion's West Course to take a gander at all the new equipment in play for this week's U.S. Open.
So with an uncluttered mind and a plan that he feels comfortable following, Scott comes to Merion for the 2013 U.S. Open ready to chase golf's Grand Slam.
Junior golfer Kelly Whaley draws inspiration from her mother, Suzy, who became the first woman in 58 years to qualify and participate in a PGA Tour event when she played in the 2003 Greater Hartford Open.
Rounds played in the U.S. fell nearly 15 percent in April, with greater rainfall in 5 of the 8 reporting regions contributing to the decline.
Much of Merion's East Course has withstood recent rains. But the 11th hole needed some work on a bunker as U.S. Open week began with practice delays.
Here's a glimpse at what Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy will be wearing at Merion this week.
Brad Dalke joins the Golfweek.com staff as a player blogger for the 2013 junior golf season. Check out his blog about U.S. Open sectional qualifying and the Thunderbird International Junior.
Our staff of experts will be on the ground all week at Merion Golf Club in Ardmore, Pa., and took a few moments to study the field and make a few predictions: favorite, underdog, low amateur and the winning score.
The future of the Wegmans LPGA Championship is uncertain with key contracts up this year. But commissioner Mike Whan said he'd "be the most surprised" if the event doesn't return to Rochester as a major next year.
Kyle Stanley and Ryan Palmer were among six players added to the U.S. Open on Monday morning, completing the 156-player field at Merion.
On the first team, Ben Welle of Scottsdale CC ranks highest on Golfstat.com’s NJCAA watch list at No. 3. Highlighting the All-District teams is Jamie Warman of Odessa College, No. 2 on the Golfstat watch list.
It takes a special player to overcome a meltdown and win one of golf's top prizes says our Jeff Rude.