Low Amateur At Masters, Victor Hovland Likes His Chances At Pebble BeachOn Thursday, Hovland will play the opening round of the U.S. Open alongside two-time defending champion Brooks Koepka and British Open titlist Francisco Molinari.
2019 US Open Celebrates Multiple AnniversariesThe U.S. Open resumed after a three-year break because of World War I, and Walter Hagen prevailed after a night on the town in Boston with Al Jolson and plenty of champagne. Arnold Palmer played in his final U.S. Open at Oakmont near his home in Latrobe, Pennsylvania...and more.
Facts And Figures For 2019 US OpenTiger tales: Tiger Woods was No. 80 in the world and winless in five years going into the U.S. Open last year. Now he is No. 5 and the Masters champion.
Patrick Cantlays 8-Under 64 Wins Jack Nicklaus MemorialMartin Kaymer, trying to end five years without a victory, started with a two-shot lead and never recovered from a four-hole stretch on the back nine when he made consecutive bogeys and failed to birdie the par-5 15th. He closed with a 72 and finished third.
Slow Play Hinders Round One At The MemorialRyan Moore opened with five birdies in seven holes and never missed a fairway after the first one, posting a 7-under 65 for his best start in his 14th appearance at Muirfield Village. He was one shot ahead of Jordan Spieth, who chipped in for birdie, chipped in for par and holed a 35-foot eagle putt.
Tiger Woods One Win Away From PGA All Time Win RecordWoods now is at 81 career victories on the PGA Tour, one short of the official record — as official as the tour can determine — that Sam Snead set from 1936 to 1965.
Charles Schwab Challenge: Can Justin Rose Defend At Colonial?Justin Rose aims to become the second golfer to win back-to-back titles at Colonial Country Club when the Charles Schwab Challenge tees off.
Harold Varner's 81 Not The Highest In Major History, DJ Owns That"Man, it's just rough. It was hard. It was really hard," said Varner, whose only win was in the 2017 Australian PGA championship. "I just didn't play well enough. It was a great experience. I'm going to get a lot better. It's just a hard golf course. I don't know, I don't know. It's good."
News And Notes From The PGA ChampionshipLEADING: Brooks Koepka had an even-par 70 to set a PGA Championship record with a seven-shot lead.
Harbaugh's Take-In Yankee Stadium, PGA Championship"I haven't got much sleep the last couple nights thinking that we were coming to Yankee Stadium," Harbaugh said. "I think I'm more excited than my son, Jack, and I think my dad's even more excited than I am. This is a big thrill.”
The Song Should Say "How Low Can Brooks Go?"The power. The putting. The poise. Brooks Koepka has it all at this PGA Championship, along with the lowest 36-hole score in major championship history and the largest lead by anyone at the halfway point of a Grand Slam event in 85 years.
Brooks Koepka Takes A Bite Out Of Bethpage In Record-Setting First RoundKoepka beat up on brawny Bethpage Black for a record-setting start to his title defense in the PGA Championship. With a 40-foot birdie to start his round and a birdie putt from just inside 35 feet at the end, he shot a 7-under 63 to break the course record and become the first player to shoot 63 in the same major twice.
Woods Skips Practice Round, Ready To Tee It At BethpageComing off his emotional win at the Masters, Woods is in the traditional group of current major champions. He is with U.S. Open and PGA champion Brooks Koepka and British Open champion Francesco Molinari.
Rory In Awe Of Tiger Woods Masters VictoryIt's been a month since Tiger Woods stunned the golf world by overcoming four back surgeries and periods when his troubled career appeared to be over by winning the Masters for his first major in 11 years.
Nick Faldo: 'Being Smart And Sensible Is Key At Bethpage Black'The PGA Championship comes to Bethpage Black, a Long Island public course so famous for its difficulty that its first tee boasts a warning sign.