Gary Woodland held off Brooks Koepka to win the U.S. Open, but plenty more took place on the Monterey Peninsula during U.S. Open week.
Tony Finau writes about his reasons for playing golf. Finau’s two role models have motivated him on and off the course.
Pebble Beach and the Monterey Peninsula have long been a hub for the biggest and swankiest celebrities, especially for the Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Among the many charms of Pebble Beach is that it’s accessible from a public beach. Walk north along Carmel Beach and you can hike up to the 10th hole.
Throughout history, players have complained about the USGA’s U.S. Open setup. But is there a relationship between whining and winning?
Phil Mickelson is no stranger to the U.S. Open. He’s played in it 27 times and finished as the runner-up a record six times.
Jack Nicklaus loves playing golf at Pebble Beach, and the Golden Bear won a number of times on the coastal course during his career.
We surveyed some of world’s greatest golfers to ask what they’d do with the U.S. Open setup if given the reigns by the USGA.
We discuss the favorites for the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, the best storylines no one is talking about, Tiger Woods’ chances and more.
To tour 17-Mile Drive is to roll past historic landmarks, cultural signposts and scenic overlooks, never mind the remarkable golf courses.