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Reed, Thomas glad Woods picking help over hosting
Tiger Woods isn't in attendance at this week's Quicken Loans National, and some of the more high-profile names in the field are happy about that.
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M. Jutanugarn working hard on her club throws
Moriya Jutanugarn is known for her sweet nature, but she’s throwing a lot of clubs these days. It’s not what you think, though.
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Thomas eyes his next 63, pokes fun at Miller
Justin Thomas is already eyeing his next major championship round of 63, and having a little fun with a certain commentator.
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Curry's Web.com invite controversial with pros
Several pros fired off passionate tweets both condemning and supporting Stephen Curry's inclusion in an upcoming Web.com Tour event.
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Lexi's mother battling uterine cancer
Lexi Thompson's mother Judy is being treated for uterine cancer but has encouraged her daughter to continue to compete.
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Tour gets another chance to convince judge to dismiss Singh case
The PGA Tour will get another chance to convince a New York Supreme Court judge that Vijay Singh’s claims the circuit acted improperly when they suspended him should be dismissed.
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Lexi declines all media requests ahead of KPMG
Lexi Thompson is competing in her first major since the ANA controversy. What are her thoughts? Media and fans don't know.
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NBA's Curry to play Web.com Tour event
NBA superstar Steph Curry has often wondered how his golf game would stack up against the pros. Now he’ll have his opportunity.
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PGA star Patrick Reed previews the Quicken Loans National
PGA star Patrick Reed is looking forward to taking on TPC Potomac. He spoke with CSN's Chick Hernandez prior to the start of the Quicken Loans National.
How do PGA pros view the QL National in 2017?
CSN's Chick Hernandez and John Feinstein previewed the 2017 Quicken Loans National at TPC Potomac. Is the tournament still a must-play even though Tiger Woods isn't a part of the event?
2017 Quicken Loans National: Field Preview
CSN's Chick Hernandez and John Feinstein break down the 2017 Quicken Loans National field. Can Billy Hurley repeat as champ? Will Rickie Fowler dominate the field? What about a someone from outside the Top...
McCormick achieves a rare double with Ryu, Spieth
Cameron McCormick, coach of Jordan Spieth and So Yeon Ryu, joins David Leadbetter as the only coach to guide players to No. 1 in men's and women's golf.
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Meet So Yeon Ryu's caddie ... Tom Watson
Tom Watson was a huge influence on So Yeon Ryu’s rise to No. 1 in the Rolex Women’s World Rankings. No, not that Tom Watson.
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Jack: Tiger will have 'very hard time' returning to golf
Forget about his major tally, Jack Nicklaus believes Tiger Woods will have a difficult time returning to competitive golf, at all.
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Ryu on being No. 1: 'I'm living the dream'
So Yeon Ryu didn’t know she was the new Rolex world No. 1 when she hoisted the trophy Sunday after winning the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship.
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How will players respond to new QL National course?
The Quicken Loans National begins on Thursday at TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm, a course that has had a major facelift after a litany of criticism from the pros. Will the field like the new and improved look?
KPMG extends Women's PGA deal through 2023
KPMG extended its contract as title sponsor of the PGA Women’s Championship through 2023, the PGA announced Tuesday.
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Camera catches alleged vandals of SHO course
The Golf Club of Houston, site of the PGA Tour's Shell Houston Open, revealed that vandals have again destroyed one of its green, but this time there may be some photographic help in catching the culprits.
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Stock Watch: Everything looking up for Spieth
His putter was shaky, but things are looking up for Jordan Spieth thanks to a clutch shot and an awesome celebration with his right-hand man, Michael Greller.
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Uresti disappointed by PGA pro criticism
Omar Uresti said that he is bothered by the criticism he has received after the former PGA Tour player won the PGA Professional Championship.
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Nicklaus on Woods: 'Tiger's issues are more than just golf'
In an exclusive interview with CSN's Chick Hernandez, golf legend Jack Nicklaus discusses the current state of Tiger Woods, the man closest to breaking the Golden Bear's iconic golf record.
Making of the QL National: TPC Potomac behind-the-scenes
The Quicken Loans Nationals begins Thursday at TPC Potomac at Avenal Farms. CSN's Washington Golf Weekly got an all-access pass to the course before the action gets started.
Oddsmakers favor Lexi in Women's PGA
Lexi Thompson is the unanimous betting favorite to win the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at Olympia Fields in suburban Chicago this week.
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Women's PGA tee times: World No. 1 out late-early
So Yeon Ryu will debut as the world No. 1 in a late afternoon start in Golf Channel’s window of televised coverage Thursday at the KPMG Women’s PGA Champ.
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Mickelson watched 'just about every shot' of U.S. Open
For the first time since 1993, Phil Mickelson spent U.S. Open week at home. The experience wasn’t as painful as you might expect.
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Phil on Bones split: 'We could tell that it was time'
Phil Mickelson said Monday that he and caddie Jim “Bones” Mackay had targeted the U.S. Open as their final event together.
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Woods won't attend Quicken Loans National
Tiger Woods won’t attend this week’s Quicken Loans National as he continues to receive treatment for how he manages his pain medications.
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Spieth's Travelers win moves him to No. 3 in OWGR
Jordan Spieth’s dramatic playoff victory at the Travelers Championship returned him to No. 3 in the world ranking.
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Wie continues resurgence with eye on Women’s PGA
Michelle Wie continued her resurgence Sunday at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship where she finished tied for fourth.
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After Further Review: A shift for Bones
With his long-running gig as Phil Mickelson's caddie coming to an end, Jim 'Bones' Mackay should expand his employment horizon.
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Berger on playoff loss: 'Jordan does Jordan things'
Three weeks ago at the FedEx St. Jude Classic Daniel Berger began the final round three strokes off the lead but rallied to win his second PGA Tour title.
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Spieth expects 'crap' from Berger over 'lucky' win
The 2013 Wyndham Championship, for example, when Patrick Reed beat Jordan Spieth on the second playoff hole still gnaws at the runner-up.
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Greller puts own twist on winner's tradition
Caddie Michael Greller added a unique twist to the tradition of collecting the flagstick from the final hole of a win.
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Ryu headed for Olympia Fields as No. 1
So Yeon Ryu will head to suburban Chicago and the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship on Monday as the new Rolex world No. 1.
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Thomas calls Spieth's shot on Twitter, others in awe
Jordan Spieth's hole-out to win the Travelers Championship in a playoff took everyone by surprise, everyone, that is, except his good buddy Justin Thomas.
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Spieth holes bunker shot to win playoff
Jordan Spieth's first PGA Tour win involved an 11th-hour holed bunker shot. On Sunday at the Travelers Championship he updated the script for win No. 10.
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Watch: Spieth drains bunker shot for win, goes crazy
Jordan Spieth nearly let the Travelers Championship slip away, but with the pressure on, he delivered one of the shots of the year.
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Watch: Weekley holes out for birdie from bunker
In pursuit of his playing partner, and tournament leader, Jordan Spieth, on Sunday, Boo Weekley struck a big blow on the seventh hole at the Travelers.
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Third new putter nets McIlroy season-best 64
With his third different putter in as many days, Rory McIlroy posted his best PGA Tour round of the season on Sunday at the Travelers Championship.
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Short game keeping Spieth atop Travelers field
For all the talk about Jordan Spieth’s putting issues, it’s his short game that’s moved him to within 18 holes of his 10th PGA Tour title at the Travelers.
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Spieth, Weekley have mutual admiration society
Jordan Spieth has a pretty good idea what to expect when he and Boo Weekley set out in the day’s final pairing on Sunday at the Travelers Championship.
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You Oughta Know: Spieth's chances
If Jordan Spieth nails down his 10th career PGA Tour win on Sunday in the final round of the Travelers Championship, he will find himself in some very select company.
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Casey makes temporary caddie switch at Travelers
Following a third-round 66, Paul Casey was quick to clarify the newest member of his team is only a temporary move.
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Ryu (61) injects herself into race for No. 1
Can So Yeon Ryu ride her record-setting round Saturday at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship to a second LPGA title this year and the top of the world rankings?
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Ashok (64) eyes best finish in rookie season
Aditi Ashok posted her best round as an LPGA pro Saturday and moved into position to record her best finish in her rookie season.
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Wie continuing Solheim Cup push in Arkansas
Michelle Wie moved into position at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Saturday to amass more Solheim Cup points and strengthen her bid to make the American team.
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Closing birdie gives Spieth Travelers lead
Jordan Spieth bidied the 18th hole Saturday to take a one-shot lead in the Travelers Championship, where he will seek his 10th career win.
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FSU's Ellis wins British Amateur in 38 holes
It took 38 holes, but Florida State's Harry Ellis won the British Amateur on Saturday with a dramatic comeback against Australia's Dylan Perry.
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Rory switches putters, without immediate results
On Thursday at the Travelers, Rory McIlroy joked that he wanted to give his putter one more week. It turns out he wasn’t joking.
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In contention again, Reed preaches patience
For the third time in his last seven events, Patrick Reed enters the weekend at a PGA Tour event in contention for his first victory of the 2016-17 season.
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Day records wrong score, misses cut by two strokes
Jason Day birdied three of his first four holes on Friday, but a scoring error changed that. He missed the Travelers cut by two.
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Water hazard save helps Rory make cut
Rory McIlroy made par after hitting a tee shot into a water hazard and bogey after hitting 4 inches behind his ball. Oh, and he made the cut at the Travelers.
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Reid breaks out with 65 in bid for Solheim Cup spot
Mel Reid hasn't had a great LPGA season, but Friday's 65 in Arkansas can help turn things around in a Solheim Cup year.
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Watch: Olesen not happy with ruling at BMW
Thorbjorn Olesen got incorrect information from a referee, and he was not happy about the incident after his second round at the BMW.
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Spieth (69) stays in Travelers hunt thanks to putting
Jordan Spieth wasn't at his best on Friday at the Travelers, but his putting was good enough to keep him under par.
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Lahiri (73-63) extols virtues of meditation
Anirban Lahiri (63) recently spent 12 days at a meditation center. Lahiri said the program has helped him deal with on-course and off-course issues.
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Some PGA pros unhappy with Uresti's win
Omar Uresti won the PGA Professional Championship Wednesday to earn a spot in the PGA Championship and six PGA Tour events. But Uresti's victory hasn't sat well with some PGA teaching professionals.
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Former USGA president Sandy Tatum dies at 96
Frank "Sandy" Tatum, one of golf's greatest ambassadors and a former USGA president, died Thursday at age 96.
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Spieth witnesses 2nd medical emergency in a month
For the second time in a month, someone in Jordan Spieth's gallery had a medical issue.
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Spieth shoots 63, takes early Travelers lead
No course knowledge? No problem for Jordan Spieth, who fired a 63 in his TPC River Highlands debut to take a one-shot lead.
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Quicken Loans National Tournament Information
The PGA Tour is making its yearly stop in the Washington D.C. Metro-Area with the Quicken Loan National. This year, the scheduled course is the TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm in Potomac, Maryland. 
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Harman (66) has moved on from U.S. Open
Brian Harman has moved on. He’s not fixated on his major near miss last week. And to prove it, he shot 66 Thursday at the Travelers.
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McIlroy (67) working hard on his putting stroke
Although he took 30 putts and lost about a stroke to the field on the greens in a first-round 67, Rory McIlroy isn't blaming his putter.
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Uresti wins as 20 PGA pros qualify for Quail Hollow
Omar Uresti defeated Dave McNabb in a sudden-death playoff to win the 2017 PGA Professional Championship and headline a group of 20 PGA pros who qualified for the PGA Championship in August.
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Mickelson taking on LPGA pros in skills challenge
Phil Mickelson will bring his stellar short game to the KPMG Women's PGA at Olympia Fields next week and take on Stacy Lewis, Lydia Ko and Brooke Henderson in a skills challenge.
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Watch: Horschels talk Brittany's alcoholism struggle
On Wednesday, Billy Horschel's wife, Brittany, opened up even more about her struggle with alcoholism during an appearance on Good Morning America
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Padraig recovering from driver-to-elbow incident
Padraig Harrington is at the Travelers Championship and ready to play after an amateur accidentally injured his elbow earlier this month.
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Schedule rule helping to boost Travelers field
One of the strongest fields in years has gathered for this week’s Travelers Championship thanks, at least in part, to a new PGA Tour rule.
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Despite personal issues, Tiger texted Day at U.S. Open
It’s been an eventful few weeks for Tiger Woods, but despite a litany of concerns, it seems he’s still engaged with golf.
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Spieth compares him and Greller to Phil and Bones
Phil Mickelson and Jim Mackay have split, but elements of their player-caddie relationship can be found in the Jordan Spieth-Michael Greller pairing.
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3M organizers bid for Minnesota PGA Tour stop
Organizers of the 3M Championship, a PGA Tour Champions event played at TPC Twin Cities in early August, have submitted a proposal to become a PGA Tour event.
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A look back at Chick Hernandez 10 years ago
Chick Hernandez had a sit down interview with Tiger Woods 10 years ago. Does he look much different?
Mike Antolini discusses the upcoming Quicken Loans National
Chick Hernandez sits down with Mike Antolini to discuss the Quicken Loans National at TPC Potomac this summer.
Chick Hernandez speaks with golfer Fred Funk
Chick Hernandez goes one on one with Fred Funk as they discuss his PGA career.
Wie making big Solheim Cup push
With several recent strong finishes, Michelle Wie is looking like she might make the U.S. Solheim Cup team on points and not need to rely on a captain's pick.
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Rahm shuts down 'rumor' of teaming with Bones
Jon Rahm took to Twitter to shoot down any discussion that he might ditch his current caddie to team up with the newly-unemployed Jim "Bones" Mackay.
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Watch: What made Phil and Bones so special
The Phil Mickelson-Jim Mackay split will deprive fans of some of the most entertaining pre-shot dialogue heard on Tour.
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Mickelson, caddie Mackay part ways
Phil Mickelson and caddie Jim 'Bones' Mackay released joint statements Tuesday announcing their 25-year run is over.
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Olympics showed it was time for blood testing
Most player concerns over potential blood testing were put to rest during last year’s Olympics when players were subjected to blood testing without any issues.
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Whan, Inkster aiming for a raucous Solheim Cup
LPGA commissioner Mike Whan led what amounted to a homecoming pep rally during Solheim Cup media day Monday in Des Moines, Iowa.
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PGA Tour to begin blood testing with 2017-18 season
The PGA Tour announced changes to its anti-doping program, including the introduction of blood testing and the disclosure of suspensions for recreational drugs.
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Stock Watch: Harman fights; Fowler fades
That Brian Harman isn't interested in moral victories is impressive, especially given Rickie Fowler’s peculiar post-U.S. Open stance.
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Tiger gets 'professional help' for prescription meds
In his first comments since May 29, Tiger Woods said in a statement on Monday night that he is currently receiving “professional help” to manage his prescription medications.
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DJ the betting favorite at Birkdale; Brooks 25/1
World No. 1 Dustin Johnson missed the cut at the U.S. Open, but he remains the betting favorite heading into the Open Championship.
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All the new U.S. Open scoring records from Erin Hills
Even with blustery conditions in the final round, Erin Hills’ debut as a U.S. Open venue broke or tied a number of tournament scoring records.
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Course stats: Erin Hills by the numbers
Take a look at some of the overall course and player stats from Erin Hills' debut as a U.S. Open venue.
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Erin Hills spectator died days after his wife
Details have emerged about the 94-year-old spectator who died Friday at the U.S. Open at Erin Hills, including news that his death came just three days after his wife's.
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Koepka cracks OWGR top 10 with U.S. Open win
Brooks Koepka cracked the top 10 in the new Official World Golf Rankings following his win at the U.S. Open at Erin Hills.
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After Further Review: Fowler starting to sound like Phil
Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. Here's what's weighing on our writers' minds.
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Fleetwood will draw on 4th place finish in future
Tommy Fleetwood didn’t win the U.S. Open, but he hopes his experience in the heat of battle will help prepare him for a victory in the not-too-distant future.
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What they earned: Purse breakdown for U.S. Open
A look at how the field finished and what players earned in the 117thU.S. Open. Total purse was $12,000,000.
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Koepka wins after 'long phone call' from DJ
On the eve of Sunday’s final round, Dustin Johnson called Brooks Koepka, who began Sunday a stroke off the lead, to offer some advice.
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Harman on finishing runner-up: 'It bites'
After finishing in a tie for second at the U.S. Open, Brian Harman was blunt in assessing how he felt.
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Matsuyama: T-2 at Erin Hills, No. 2 in the world
Hideki Matsuyama came up short in his bid to win the U.S. Open, but he moved to a career high in the world rankings.
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Following 63, Thomas 'didn't have it' in closing 75
Justin Thomas was 12 shots higher on Sunday than he was on Saturday, and he gave himself a chance to win his first major.
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Fowler still without as another wins first major
Brooks Koepka became the seventh consecutive first-time major winner, while Rickie Fowler is still searching after a Sunday struggle.
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Social reax: Dad, pros tweet congrats to Koepka
Brooks Koepka's win at the U.S. Open left everyone who watched in awe. That includes his fellow competitors, who congratulated him on Twitter.
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By the numbers: Koepka's formula for success
Crunching the numbers from the final round of the 117th U.S. Open and breaking down the statistics from Brooks Koepka's victory.
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Koepka cruises to first major at U.S. Open
Brooks Koepka made three consecutive birdies down the stretch to cruise to his first major title at the U.S. Open.
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Live Blog: Koepka wins U.S. Open
Brooks Koepka cruised to his first major Sunday, tying the record for lowest score to par in a U.S. Open. Follow along with our live blog.
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Spieth (69) finally figures out Erin Hills
Jordan Spieth finally figured out Erin Hills, shooting 69 on Sunday, but not in time to contend for the title at the U.S. Open.
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His last? Els reflects on U.S. Open career
The 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills may well have been two-time winner Ernie Els’ last at a championship that defined his career.
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USGA honors Arnie, 57 years after U.S. Open win
The USGA is honoring Arnold Palmer's 1960 U.S. Open triumph at Cherry Hills with a special flag and pin, Sunday at Erin Hills.
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Erin Hills victor will be first $2M major winner
This year’s U.S. Open purse ballooned to a record $12 million, and the winner at Erin Hills will walk away with $2.16 million.
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How to watch the U.S. Open on TV and online
The U.S. Open is this week at Erin Hills in Erin, Wis. Here is your guide to getting complete coverage of the men's second major on TV and online.
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Punch Shot: Who will win the 117th U.S. Open?
Are low scores bad for the U.S. Open? Which chaser can apply the most pressure? Who is your 117th U.S. Open winner? GolfChannel.com writers have the answers.
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Roommates Fowler, Thomas in U.S. Open mix
Justin Thomas and Rickie Fowler are both vying for the first major championship and sharing a house together.
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You Oughta Know: Woods, Miller, Spieth ... Harman?
It’s a jam-packed leaderboard with more red figures than we’re used to seeing at a U.S. Open. Here’s what You Oughta Know heading into the final round.
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Inexperienced Harman not backing down Sunday
Brian Harman may not have experience leading a major through 54 holes, but he won't be backing down on Sunday.
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Fleetwood: 'Pictured winning the U.S. Open a lot'
Tommy Fleetwood is among the long shots who has given himself a real shot to win the U.S. Open.
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U.S. Open odds: Three favored over leader Harman
Brian Harman may have a one-shot lead, but he’s not the betting favorite heading into the final round of the U.S. Open.
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Final-round tee times for the 117th U.S. Open
Brian Harman and Justin Thomas will be in the final group Sunday at the 117th U.S. Open. Here are final-round tee times for Erin Hills.
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Koepka on U.S. Open pressure: 'Ryder Cup helps'
On a leaderboard devoid of major wins, players are able to seek inspiration from a variety of sources. Brooks Koepka is looking back at Hazeltine.
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Miller on JT's 63: Heck of a score for Milwaukee Open
Johnny Miller spoke to GolfChannel.com to give his take on Justin Thomas' 9-under 63 on Saturday that broke Miller's mark 44 years ago.
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Playing partner rips Thomas' historic scorecard
Justin Thomas’ scorecard from the third round of the U.S. Open will forever be a part of golf history – even if it has a little wear and tear on it.
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Social reax: Peers awed by Thomas' record round
Justin Thomas set a U.S. Open record by shooting 9-under 63 in the third round of the 117th U.S. Open. Needless to say, his peers were impressed.
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Record 63s: Comparing Miller, Thomas
Comparing the 63s shot by Johnny Miller and Justin Thomas in the U.S. Open. Miller held the record for low score to par in a U.S. Open until Thomas broke it.
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Thomas has another ball to add to dad's collection
The Thomas’ have a tradition that every time Justin does something special on the golf course, Mike Thomas puts the golf ball in a special frame.
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Thomas sets U.S. Open record with 9-under 63
Justin Thomas buried an 8-foot eagle putt at the last Saturday at Erin Hills to make U.S. Open history with a 9-under-par 63.
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Watch: Thomas finishes birdie-eagle for 63
Justin Thomas, who shot 59 earlier this season, tied a major record by shooting 9-under 63 in the third round of the 117th U.S. Open.
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Maguire wins Ladies' British Open Amateur
Ireland's Leona Maguire on Saturday defeated Spain's Ainhoa Olarra, 3 and 2, at Pyle and Kenfig to win the Ladies' British Open Amateur Championship.
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Spieth has off-day, drops to 4 over for the week
The 2015 U.S. Open champion Jordan Spieth had an off-day Saturday (76) and dropped him to 4 over for the week.
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Watch: Thomas sinks crazy sideways birdie putt
Justin Thomas' best chance to hole a 19-footer for birdie from just off the fifth green was to roll his ball about 2 feet sideways.
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DJ accidentally kicked Spieth's ball in Round 2
Dustin Johnson was involved in another moving-ball sanfu at the U.S. Open. But this time, it was somebody else's golf ball.
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Rory destroys Elkington on Twitter for MC trash talk
Rory McIlroy has never been afraid to stick up for himself from criticism on social media. And he was at it again on Friday after missing the cut at the U.S. Open.
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Three straight bogeys drop Fowler, but only one back
Rickie Fowler was “cruising” Friday, until Erin Hills reminded him this is a U.S. Open. Fowler stumbled mid-round but is only one back entering the weekend.
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Harman 'proud I hung in there' after nervous start
Although he didn’t play like a man vying for his first major title on Friday, Brian Harman conceded that when he teed off for Round 2, he wasn’t at his best.
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Co-leader Fleetwood can earn Tour card at U.S Open
Tommy Fleetwood will begin Saturday’s third round in a new position – atop the leaderboard at a major championship following a 2-under 70 on Day 2.
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Third-round tee times at the 117th U.S. Open
Take a look at complete tee times for the third round of the 117th U.S. Open at Erin Hills.
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Free-for-all - except the top-ranked - at Erin Hills
Everybody, it seems, has a shot to win the 117th U.S. Open. Everybody, except the games top-ranked players. It's a wide-open U.S. Open.
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Longest U.S. Open no prob for co-leader Koepka
Brooks Koepka is 16th in the field in driving distance, but more importantly he’s tied for the lead with Paul Casey, Brian Harman and Tommy Fleetwood.
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Matsuyama (65) bounces back, contending for first major
Hideki Matsuyama appeared in danger of missing the cut after an opening-round 74 at the U.S. Open, but is now in contention to win his first major.
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U.S. Open odds: Fowler trails but still a co-favorite
The U.S. Open remains a wide-open affair after 36 holes, but according to the oddsmakers at Las Vegas there are two players with the inside track.
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Top 3 in world ranking miss cut for first time ever
For the first time since the creation of the Official World Golf Rankings in 1986, Nos. 1-3 all missed the cut in the same major.
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Watch: Fowler holes 51-foot putt for birdie
Rickie Fowler went out in 2-under 34 on Friday at Erin Hills thanks in part to an improbable long-range birdie make at the par-5 seventh.
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Garcia (71) has work cut out for him this weekend
Sergio Garcia (71) says winning the Masters certainly gave him a confidence boost, but every week you start from scratch.
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Harmon to Fowler: Be a pro, not a Kardashian
Swing coach Butch Harmon motivated pupil Rickie Fowler by telling him to be a pro, not 'a Kardashian.'
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Casey (71) erases triple with 5 straight birdies
Paul Casey on Friday played his first six holes in 4 over and his next six holes in 5 under, erasing a disastrous start.
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Day misses a major cut for first time in five years
After rounds of 79-75, Jason Day will miss the cut at a major championship for the first time since the 2012 PGA Championship.
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Spectator, 94-year-old man, dies Friday at U.S. Open
The USGA released a statement Friday afternoon that an unnamed, 94-year-old spectator died during the second round of the U.S. Open.
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McIlroy misses back-to-back cuts at U.S. Open
Rory McIlroy missed the cut in back-to-back U.S. Opens, but he isn’t blaming Erin Hills. Instead, his competitive rust was to blame.
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Kim looking to pull the Kaymer double
Si Woo Kim and Martin Kaymer don’t have much in common, but Kim is hoping to change that this week at Erin Hills.
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Willett (back) WDs following first-round 81
Former Masters champ Danny Willett withdrew from the U.S. Open prior to the start of his second round, citing a bad back.
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U.S. Open will be interesting with stars likely knocked out
With the first round of the U.S. Open behind us, Steve Sands from the Golf Channel gave the Junkies an update on how predicted winners possibly won't make the cut.
Remember when: Tiger wins 14th major over Mediate
It was June 16, 2008 that Tiger Woods defeated Rocco Mediate in sudden death to win his 14th - and possibly final - major championship.
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E. coli detected at Erin Hills drinking station
Health officials found evidence of E. coli at one of the hydration stations at Erin Hills on Thursday.
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By the numbers: Carnage in the OWGR
Crunching the numbers after the first round of the U.S. Open. Erin Hills was extremely tough on the top end of the Official World Golf Ranking.
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U.S. Open odds: DJ goes from favorite to 40/1
Dustin Johnson was the U.S. Open favorite entering the event, but after one round his odds have dropped considerably.
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Leishman (68) survives four fescue forays
Marc Leishman knew he needed to avoid the shin-high fescue, but he hit just 8 of 14 fairways. Yet he still managed to move into contention with a 68.
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Rory, Day are hacks (literally) in Erin Hills fescue
Rory McIlroy (78) and Jason Day (79) had a rough time in their opening rounds at Erin Hills on Thursday. McIlroy found the fewest fairways of anyone in the field (five).
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Diaz (Phil's WD alternate) bests Cink, Stricker
When Phil Mickelson was out, Roberto Diaz was in, and the 30-year-old bested his high profile playing partners on Day 1 of the 117th U.S. Open.
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Hadwin (68) ties U.S. Open record with six straight birdies
Adam Hadwin was lagging behind at Erin Hills, until he tied a U.S. Open record with six consecutive birdies in Round 1.
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Casey (66) posts best-ever round in a major
Paul Casey opened the 117th U.S. Open eagle-birdie and then cruised to a bogey-free 6-under 66 to sit one stroke back of leader Rickie Fowler.
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Na's first round: Not so rough; shoots 68
Kevin Na took the USGA to task about Erin Hills' fescue length. He didn't hit into it often in an opening-round 68.
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Watch: Stenson holes approach shot on the fly
Henrik Stenson had 152 yards for his approach shot at the par-4 11th in Round 1 of the U.S. Open at Erin Hills. And he flew it exactly 152 yards.
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Reed (68) wants to be there late Sunday of a major
Patrick Reed hopes the grit and nerve he showed in clutch Ryder Cup performances will be there when he needs them in major championships.
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Spieth, DJ: Over par and frustrated by putting
The last two winners of the U.S. Open played alongside one another in the opening round at Erin Hills, but weren't able to get putts to drop.
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Westwood (69) trying to follow in Garcia's footsteps
If Sergio Garcia can break through a history of major championship heartache at the Masters, why can’t Lee Westwood at the U.S. Open?
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Watch: Garcia eagles No. 1, McIlroy eagles No. 2
Sergio Garcia and Rory McIlroy were two of the biggest names going off in the late wave on Day 1 of the U.S. Open, and they gave fans a reason to get cheer right away.
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Els (70) in the mix 20 years after last U.S. Open win
It’s been 20 years since Ernie Els won his second of two U.S. Open titles. His father, Neels, reminded him of that Thursday morning.
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Several players witness 'horrific' blimp crash
One of the biggest early storylines from the 117th U.S. Open didn’t come from the turf at Erin Hills, but from the air above it when an overhead blimp caught fire, crashed and eventually exploded a half...
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U.S. Open playing more like a Tour event?
Rickie Fowler and friends enjoyed a kinder, gentler setup in ideal conditions in the first wave off Thursday morning at Erin Hills.
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Woods' arraignment rescheduled for Aug. 9
Tiger Woods’ arraignment for his May 29 arrest on DUI charges has been rescheduled from July 5 to Aug. 9 in Palm Beach County, Florida.
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Love (71): 'Obvious choice' DL3 comes in handy
Davis Love III was on the bag Thursday for the major debut of his son, Dru, who shot a 1-under 71 in the first round of the U.S. Open.
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Watch: Blimp catches fire, crashes at Erin Hills
A blimp caught fire and crashed at the U.S. Open at Erin Hills on Thursday, per multiple videos posted to social media.
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Who should you expect to win the U.S. Open?
Rex Hoggard from the Golf Channel told the Junkies who you should expect to come out on top at the U.S. Open.
Watch: Hideki holes out for eagle at 15
Hideki Matsuyama positioned his tee ball 104 yards from the hole at 15, threw his approach behind the pin, ripped it back, and jarred it.
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He's out: Mickelson withdraws from U.S. Open
With no rain in sight and his daughter set to graduate high school, Phil Mickelson has officially withdrawn from the U.S. Open.
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Podcast: Get ready for the 117th U.S. Open
Golfchannel.com's Will Gray and Ryan Lavner check in from Erin Hills with the latest news and notes on the eve of the 117th U.S. Open.
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Punch Shot: Predictions for 117th U.S. Open
Our writers at Erin Hills on who will win the U.S. Open, sleeper picks, the winning score and the biggest issue this week.
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'Awesome' week for DJ: birth of son, Open prep
Dustin Johnson cut short his preparation for this week’s U.S. Open to be with fiancee Paualina Gretzky on Monday when she gave birth to their second child.
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Davis on issues of last two Opens: 'We're human'
The last two U.S. Opens have not exactly gone according to plan. But chief executive Mike Davis insists the USGA has learned from its recent miscues.
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U.S. Open sticking with 18-hole playoff format
While other majors use shorter playoff formats, Mike Davis made it clear the USGA has no plans to abandon the 18-hole model anytime soon.
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Na: Video wasn't intended to rip Erin Hills
Kevin Na isn’t the reason the USGA dispatched a swarm of mowers to eliminate some of the fescue at Erin Hills, but he’s sure glad it did.
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USGA working on better communication with players
After recent controversies, the USGA'a Mike Davis said Wednesday he has made an effort for better communication with PGA Tour players.
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USGA moves to help rules officials
After last year’s debacle at the U.S. Open, the USGA has introduced two new measures that it hopes will allow rules officials to expedite the decision-making process.
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Davis: Fescue cut had 'zero' to do with criticism
The perception that the USGA trimmed the deep fescue at Erin Hills in response to a few vocal players on social media? Simply not true, says Mike Davis.
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Bones on site at Erin Hills, hoping for lightning
While Phil Mickelson’s status for the U.S. Open grows increasingly doubtful, his caddie is still preparing in case his boss makes his tee time.
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Tough walk: Players saving energy at Erin Hills
While it's important to learn the nuances of Erin Hills, the challenge of walking the sprawling property has players wary of prepping too much.
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U.S. Women's Open sectional qualifying results
U.S. Women's Open sectional qualifying is underway. Twenty-one 36-hole sectional qualifiers are being contested, with four international sites, in Japan, England, China and Korea.
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No Tiger, (likely) no Phil for first time since 1994
ERIN, Wis. – With Phil Mickelson hanging on to the slim chance of a poor weather forecast and a lengthy delay on Thursday at Erin Hills and Tiger Woods on the mend from another back surgery earlier this...
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2017 U.S. Open Fantasy Golf: Preview, picks, predictions
The 2017 U.S Open is at Erin Hills this weekend. CSN Golf experts Doug McKinney, JP Finlay and Troy Machir give their fantasy golf picks and predictions for the toughest tournament in the United States.
Players: Bunkers will be extra hazardous
Rickie Fowler gets up and down from bunkers about 75 percent of the time. Don’t expect that figure to be that high this week at Erin Hills.
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Garcia eyeing more majors after Masters breakthrough
Sergio Garcia is still basking in the title of 'major champion,' but he’d like to add to his accolades this week at the U.S. Open.
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Spieth recalls very little from 2011 U.S. Am at Erin Hills
Jordan Spieth made it to the quarterfinals of the 2011 U.S. Amateur at Erin Hills, but don't expect him to recall many details.
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Rory on injury: No limitations ... whatsoever
Rory McIlroy insists that the injury that has nagged him for much of the year will not be an issue this week at the U.S. Open.
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With putter switch, McIlroy has full TaylorMade bag
This week’s U.S. Open will mark the first time that Rory McIlroy has all 14 TaylorMade clubs in his bag, now that he's using their putter.
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DJ, Paulina welcome baby boy before U.S. Open
We knew a baby boy was on the way for Paulina Gretzky and Dustin Johnson, and now the couple are officially proud parents of two kids.
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USGA cuts fescue; Rory disapproves
The USGA surprised players on Tuesday at the U.S. Open by sending crews out to mow some of the deep fescue rough that lines Erin Hills.
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Grayhawk Golf Club selected to host 2020-22 NCAAs
Just as baseball has the Road to Omaha, college golf will have a new end-of-season destination for its players and coaches.
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Watch: Noren shows rough isn't only Erin Hills danger
The fescue at Erin Hills for this week's U.S. Open has garnered all sorts of attention. But it isn't the only danger players will be facing.
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First alternate Diaz waiting on Phil, anyone else
It’s this week’s million dollar question, will Phil Mickelson be able to make it to Erin Hills on time if there is some sort of delay.
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Stock Watch: Simple solution for U.S. Open fescue
We examine golf stocks that are rising and falling. This week it's Ariya Jutanugarn, Phil Mickelson and the Erin Hills fescue.
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Where is Westwood? Lee lost in Erin Hills rough
Nothing like some thick, juicy U.S. Open rough to turn professional golfers into amateur cinematographers. Check out these videos:
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Podcast: Picking winners, dark horses for U.S. Open
On the U.S. Open edition of the Golf Channel Podcast, Will Gray, Tripp Isenhour and Brian Bateman break down the favorites and make their picks for the year's second major.
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Rahm 'learned' to stay aggressive after first U.S. Open
As Jon Rahm prepared for this week’s U.S. Open, the memories of last year’s championship came flooding back with an optimistic smile.
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Stenson's Open bet with caddie didn't pan out
Henrik Stenson made a bet with his caddie to stop smoking after the Swede won a major. But did his caddie keep his word?
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Player fires back at RTJ for 'showboater' comments
It must be U.S. Open week if even former major winners and architects are cranky and having another go at each other.
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Odds offered on winning score, Mickelson's Open fate
An offshore betting outlet has opened up several U.S. Open prop bets, including odds on whether or not Phil Mickelson will make his opening-round tee time.
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Jutanugarn officially tops Ko as world No. 1
Ariya Jutanugarn officially moved ahead of Lydia Ko to world No. 1 with Monday’s release of the newest Rolex Women’s World Golf Ranking.
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