Justin Rose became the first English golfer to win a U.S. Open since Tony Jacklin won at Hazeltine National in 1970.
The U.S. Open came down to who could avoid catastrophes on a rain-softened, venerable Merion course. Justin Rose won his first major, while Phil Mickelson endured heartbreak.
Justin Rose became the first English golfer to win a U.S. Open since Tony Jacklin won at Hazeltine National in 1970. Here is a list of the equipment he used at Merion.
For two days, Mickelson played by the rules and was rewarded with a share of the lead at the U.S. Open at Merion. Then he got amnesia for a spell.
A glimpse inside Billy Horschel's bag at the U.S. Open.
A look inside of Luke Donald's bag at the U.S. Open.
Readers' queries this week focus on Tiger Woods' driver choice, challenges of using a 64-degree wedge and optimizing driver loft.
Shawn Stefani relies on a pair of 3-irons – one bent to 2-iron loft – his new normal because hybrids just haven't worked for him.
Golf rewards control and control freaks, so everything that can be controlled is controlled – which is why golfers hate mud. But they'll have to deal with it at Merion.
The defending U.S. Open champion reveals how he switched gear before he won his first major – and says he's not afraid to give up anchored putting.
Here's a glimpse at what Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy will be wearing at Merion this week.
Harris English finished two shots better than Scott Stallings and Phil Mickelson at the FedEx St. Jude Classic on Sunday to claim his first PGA Tour win. Here's a look at the clubs the former University of Georgia star used at TPC Southwind.
A TaylorMade tradition continues at the U.S. Open with the creation of another major championship logo. Here's what the design means.
Shaft manufacturer KBS' latest offering aims to bring C-Taper feel to the masses.
This week's inquiries deal with Tour players' gear choices for the U.S. Open, Callaway's new fairway woods and a quest for the perfect stand bag.
Brandon Matthews went from ecstasy to agony in 20 minutes, holing out a chip shot at the last to seemingly advance to the U.S. Open, then watching others pass him on the leaderboard.
A rainy start gives way to late-day fireworks at the Met Section's U.S. Open Sectional Qualifier.
Matt Kuchar won his second PGA Tour event of the 2013 season, the Memorial, by two shots. Here is a complete list of the clubs he used at Muirfield.
Heeding consumer demand for a more conventional look, TaylorMade will begin offering its white R1 driver in an all-black version. The R1 Black hits select retailers beginning June 10.
With the launch of the Vokey WedgeWorks Hand Ground program, Titleist will deliver tour-level customization to amateur players.
This week: Details about Tiger Woods' new driver shaft, super-hot fairway woods and the biggest equipment mistake amateurs make.
Here is a complete list of the clubs that Boo Weekley used to shoot a final-round 66 en route to his victory Sunday at the Crowne Plaza Invitational – his first PGA Tour win since the 2008 RBC Heritage.
Sang-Moon Bae broke through in dramatic style on Sunday to win his first PGA Tour event, capturing the HP Byron Nelson Championship. Bae is the first player to win on Tour using Callaway's new HEX Chrome+ golf ball.
Questions about the latest golf gear and gadgets? Our senior equipment writer David Dusek has answers.
The collaboration between five-time PGA Tour winner Matt Kuchar and putter maker Bob Bettinardi yields two models.
A look inside Tiger Woods' bag that won him the 2013 Players Championship.
David Dusek says equipment makers are fully engaged in the world of social media, sharing and connecting to cultivate legions of brand loyalists.
Derek Ernst went from Q-School to the winner's circle in five months, capturing the Well Fargo Championship for his first PGA Tour title. Ernst, who defeated David Lynn in a playoff, used the following clubs.
Ping's latest putter combines the variable-depth grooves of the True Roll line and a mallet that has won multiple times on the PGA Tour.
Titleist is now producing a pink-stamped, limited-edition Pro V1 golf ball.
After earning three consecutive top-10 finishes leading up to the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, Billy Horschel finally broke through and won his first PGA Tour event. Here is a complete list of the clubs he used at TPC Louisiana:
Making a commitment to understanding shaft performance and terminology goes a long way in selecting the best shaft for your game.
Nike's 1999 TV spot featuring Tiger Woods bouncing a ball on the wedge remains a memorable piece of golf advertising. To tout its RZN balls, Nike has re-created the ad – this time with a new cast and no Tiger.
A look inside the bag of Graeme McDowell, who won the 2013 RBC Heritage title on Sunday.
Callaway's latest wedges have a dark finish, show a textured pattern between grooves and feature a "Mack Daddy 2" stamp. The prototypes, which have not yet been announced, were seen at the RBC Heritage.
In a Q&A with Golfweek, Ping CEO John Solheim discusses the evolution of the Ping custom-fitting technique and its impact on shaping the company's identity in the marketplace.
Adam Scott, who shot 69 Saturday to get to 6-under 210, will begin the final round one shot behind the leaders. He'll pursue his quest with the following.
Denmark's Thorbjorn Olesen means "Thunderbear," and he certainly roared to life at Augusta National on Sunday. Playing in his first Masters, the 23-year-old carded a 68 using the following Nike gear:
On moving day at Augusta National, Brandt Snedeker shot a 3-under 69 to grasp a share of the lead with Angel Cabrera. The two men are at 7-under 209. Snedeker crafted his bogey-free round with the following.
Take a look inside Jason Day's bag that he used to move to 6 under and gain a one-shot lead at the Masters.
Using technology originally designed to track rockets and missiles, Trackman launch monitors provide essential data to tour reps, helping them fit the world's best players.
A look inside Marc Leishman's bag that led him to a 6-under 66 on Thursday at Augusta National.
Scoring a Masters badge is not easy, and neither is nabbing a commemorative Scotty Cameron headcover.
While neither has a green jacket in his closest, Rickie Fowler and Luke Donald are both stylish players and threats to win this season's first major championship.
To commemorate the season's first major championship, TaylorMade began designing a unique, Masters-themed logo in 2003 and putting it on golf bags, hats, club headcovers and other memorabilia that are given to staff players.
Fowler plays an orange Cobra AMP Cell driver and at this season's Masters, that club is covered by a Limited Edition Monoline headcover.
Since 2004, when he parted ways with his Ping i3+ irons, Masters champion Bubba Watson has depended on Ping S59 irons to hit his impressive curve shots.
Phil Mickelson teased that he would put a "special club" in play this week at the Masters. Could it be this new Callaway X Hot Phrankenwood?
A look inside the bag of 2013 Valero Texas Open winner Martin Laird.
Adams' latest club-design mission yields a smaller hybrid that's easier to hit than a long iron – but remains workable, according to the company.