Jason Day picked up his fifth career top-10 finish in a major -- in only 10 starts; Michael Kim takes low-amateur honors with impressive week; and Hideki Matsuyama continues to impress in American majors.
Tiger Woods' winless streak in the majors has officially moved into its sixth calendar year, and this one got ugly over the weekend. After a final-round 74, it was easy to find the culprit for Woods: his putter.
Michael Kim grabbed the attention of the golf world with his unlikely run up the leaderboard on Saturday, but it was his caddie, LaRue Temple, that proved to be the crowd favorite at the U.S. Open.
In a week that saw a golf course eat some of the world's best golfers alive, it might be surprising to see that four amateurs are among those who will play the final 36 holes at Merion Golf Club. Until you read their impressive amateur resumes.
From 48-year-old John Nieporte to 18-year-old Gavin Hall, the qualifiers and amateurs in the U.S. Open field understand that the experience is worth much more than the results.
Merion Golf Club did not prove to be as easy as 1-2-3. At least not for the world's top three players. With Adam Scott picking up a 2-over 72 and Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy both posting 73s, there is plenty of work to be done for the trio.
First-round action was halted just after 8 p.m. on Thursday night and is set to resume at 7:15 a.m. on Friday morning.
What do you get when you cross Dirty Harry with The King and the Pink Panther? Somehow you get the USGA's new pace-of-play initiative. Watch the videos!
With Merion having taken on plenty of rain since last Friday, a forecasted "derecho" on Thursday could put a major damper on the opening round at the U.S. Open.
Max Homa was just one of the five-headed monster that was the Cal men's golf team. Now on his own, Homa is enjoying a coming-out party at the U.S. Open after earning the berth in thrilling fashion.
Gavin Hall is still a week from high school graduation, but he's learning more about what he hopes to do with his life with his experiences at the U.S. Open this week at Merion.
As the final 24 hours begin to tick off the clock before the first official tee ball is sent into the air at the U.S. Open, there are plenty of storylines to watch as the 156-player field tries to tame the historic Merion Golf Club. Here are 5 Things to watch before Thursday's first round.
Tiger Woods, surprised by niece-turned-interviewer Cheyenne Woods during his press conference, addressed the Sergio Garcia situation, Merion's sloppy conditions and what drives him to success.
Shawn Stefani fired a 4-under 66 on Saturday -- a round that included a quadruple-bogey -- to take a one-shot lead over Harris English heading into Sunday's final round at the FedEx St. Jude Classic in Memphis.
John Nieporte was tired of kicking around mini-tours, especially as a married man with a growing family. But, on one fateful Sunday morning in 2003, Donald Trump would change his life forever, leading to a U.S. Open slot a decade later.
John Hahn provided his father the ultimate Father's Day present -- the opportunity to caddie for him on Sunday at the U.S. Open after rounds of 65-71 helped him secure a spot at Merion.
Fresh off a heartbreaking exit at the NCAA Championships with North Florida, 22-year-old Irishman Kevin Phelan showed plenty of mettle in taming the Ritz-Carlton Members Golf Club to earn a spot in his second U.S. Open.
Senior Scott Strohmeyer struggled early in his Alabama career with attitude and coachability, but his commitment to maturing allowed himself and another relative unknown in Trey Mullinax play a huge part in the Tide winning it all on Sunday.
Alabama's Cory Whitsett has been on fire thus far in NCAA match play, going 12 under through only 30 holes, including a 3-and-2 victory over Georgia Tech's Ollie Schniederjans.
Alabama made quick work of New Mexico in the quarterfinals at the NCAA Championship on Friday, setting up a semifinal showdown with Georgia Tech on Saturday.
After a dramatic 4-for-3 playoff late Thursday night, the Elite 8 is set at the NCAA Championship. We break down each match, going behind the numbers and each player pairing.
Georgia Tech entered the NCAA Championship with two advantages: No player had teed it up in the finals, and it was the only team to get significant practice time at Crabapple. It paid off to the tune of holding the lead after the morning wave.
Despite an uncharacteristic slow start, top-ranked Cal rallied behind junior Brandon Hagy to post a 3-under 277 and is seven shots off the lead after the first round.
On a day when it was tough to tell between the barks of "Boooooooo" and "Kuuuuuuuch" at the Crowne Plaza Invitational, it was Boo Weekley who would find the winner's circle, using a 4-under 66 to clear Matt Kuchar by a single shot.
A week after withdrawing from a U.S. Open sectional qualifier, 14-year-old Tianlang Guan has received a sponsor exemption to play in the FedEx St. Jude Classic.
The Golden Bear turned to Papa Bear as the guest speaker on Opening Night at the Junior Invitational at Sage Valley.
Tiger Woods, despite four birdies during his final 10 holes Sunday, could only muster a 2-under 70 and finished T-4 to run his winless streak at Augusta National to eight tournaments.
Check out the complete tee times and pairings for the fourth round of the 77th Masters on Sunday at Augusta National.
A nice bogey-save after a water ball on No. 12, followed by birdies on Nos. 13 and 16 propelled Jason Day to a 4-under 68 and a one-shot lead at the Masters.
To get you ready for the 2013 Masters, we are breaking down the amateurs and first-timers that will play at Augusta National starting on Thursday, April 11. Today's installment: Nicolas Colsaerts.
While the next two days and the weekend look beautiful according to weather.com, we might run into some problems during Rounds 1 and 2. A look at the forecast.
Martin Laird's putter came alive just in time to earn a spot on golf's grandest stage. Laird posted a course-record 9-under 63 to win the Valero Texas Open by two shots over World No. 2 Rory McIlroy on Sunday, earning a spot in the Masters as a result.
In a world dominated by video games, the new EA Sports Tiger Woods PGA Tour '14 game offers an opportunity to not only have fun, but learn about the game from its legends.
Tiger Woods completed his seasons-long comeback on Monday, putting on another dominating performance at Bay Hill to win his third PGA Tour title of the season and ascending back to No. 1 in the world in the process.
With the morning wave facing windy and cold conditions, but the course drying out before the afternoon groups, it promises to be an interesting day at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. Here's what the players atop the leaderboard are saying . . .
Playing through a neck injury that he sustained picking up a towel coming out of the shower in Los Angeles, Bill Haas challenges for lead, only to fall back with two closing bogeys.
If Tiger Woods can defend his title at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, he could regain the World No. 1 spot that he has occupied for 545 weeks over the course of his career.
5 Things: With Hollywood in the backdrop, UCLA product John Merrick wrote a story on Sunday that's almost too good to be true for the Southern California native.
Phil Mickelson felt some pressure on Sunday, but the six-shot advantage with which he began the day proved to be too much for his pursuers to overcome. Mickelson picked up his first 2013 victory at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Andy Zhang wasn't a household name at the outset of 2012. But, in the matter of 24 hours in the middle of June, Zhang became the most popular 14-year-old in the sports world.
Tiger Woods takes to his own website to post a blog that reflects on his three wins, potential rivalry with Rory McIlroy and a tip of the cap to Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson.
Graeme McDowell seemed to be right at home with the less-than-ideal weather at Sherwood Country Club this week, firing a 4-under 68 to cap off an impressive victory at the Tiger Woods World Challenge in Thousand Oaks, Calif. on Sunday.
Graeme McDowell didn't let up on Saturday afternoon at the Tiger Woods World Challenge, following his tournament-best 6-under 66 on Friday with a 4-under 68 to take a two-shot lead into Sunday's final round.
5 Things: Graeme McDowell separated himself from an impressive pack with a brilliant back-nine on Friday at the Tiger Woods World Challenge, firing a 6-under 66 to take a three-shot advantage over three players after 36 holes.
Cristie Kerr won the Lorena Ochoa Invitational on Sunday for her first LPGA Tour victory in more than two years, and Stacy Lewis tied for fourth to wrap up the player of the year award.
Charlie Beljan hit only five fairways Sunday, but his putter proved to be enough as he held on for his first PGA Tour victory despite a trip to the hospital after Friday's round.
Matteo Manassero holed a 12-foot putt for eagle to beat Louis Oosthuizen on the third playoff hole and win the Singapore Open on Sunday.
Michelle Wie shot a 6-under 66 on Thursday for a share of the first-round lead in the Lorena Ochoa Invitational with Angela Stanford and Candie Kung.
A day after Tiger Woods fired a bogey-free round to climb into contention at the CIMB Classic in Malaysia, it was Rory McIlroy that benefited from a bogey-free round in beating Woods in a medal match-play exhibition at Lake Jinsha International Golf Club in Beijing.
On a weekend that saw two players come to the 18th hole needing birdie to fire a 59 - golf's magic number - it was Nick Watney who did just enough on Sunday to walk away with the CIMB Classic title.