Golf received a prime-time showcase, and there wasn’t even the slightest whiff of a weather delay. U.S. Opens on the West Coast are the best for a number of reasons.
We know Gary Woodland is the big winner. What about Brooks Koepka? The USGA? Xander Schauffele? Here are the U.S. Open winners and losers.
It can be easy to forget that those between the ropes are not gladiators who exist merely for our entertainment but human beings who suffer accordingly.
Brooks Koepka did not win the U.S. Open, but he claimed something he hadn’t in previous majors: the fans, who were on his side at Pebble.
Gary Woodland leads but Justin Rose, Brooks Koepka and others are chasing at the U.S. Open. Here are the best possible outcomes.
The problem is not Pebble Beach’s tangled rough, or tiny, sloping greens. It’s not the crosswinds blowing off Stillwater Cove. The problem is Brooks Koepka.
Each contender is playing for something different: elevated status, the Hall of Fame, history. Sunday’s finale is sure to be delicious.
A U.S. Open is only as good as its player staging areas, and this one has one of the best centerpieces, a perfect-rectangle putting green.
Life is good for the lucky few who get to watch the U.S. Open from a yacht. It’s easily the best place to view the action.
Of all the things Golf in the Kingdom author Michael Murphy has done in golf, watching Tiger Woods play in person was not among them. That changed on Thursday.