The USGA's decision to wait until Dustin Johnson finished his round to assess him a penalty seemingly leaves all rules up for debate going forward.
Covering golf for 20 years including the 1999 Ryder Cup, Jean van de Velde at Carnoustie and playing a practice round with Tom Watson at Gleneagles.
Stories by Alex Miceli
Shane Lowry enters his final round at Oakmont Country Club hoping to hold off Andrew Landry, Dustin Johnson and Lee Westowood to clinch his first major.
Thanks to a 4-under 66, the Aussie went from afterthought to firmly in the mix, and in players' heads, at Oakmont.
The Oakmont that the U.S. Golf Association had hoped for finally materialized on Saturday at the U.S. Open.
Steve Stricker will play British Open, but still deciding between Scottish Open and Greenbrier Classic
Steve Stricker will use his exemption into the British Open, which he earned with a T-2 in Memphis. However, Stricker is unsure which event he will play the week before.
Westwood said he likes difficult courses, clearly exhibited by his 3-under 67 on a hushed Oakmont.
The first day of the 116th U.S. Open was marred by severe weather and rain which caused three stoppages of play and logistical nightmares for the USGA.
The case of Hicks v. PGA Tour Inc. has gone into the next phase as the PGA Tour caddies filed an appeal Wednesday in federal court in San Francisco.
Golfweek's Alex Miceli looks at the 1973 U.S. Open at Oakmont through the pages of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and more.
Justin Rose has been off the PGA Tour for nearly a month to recover from a back injury in time to play at Oakmont for the 2016 U.S. Open.
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