Michelle Wie, 24, fired an even-par 70 on Sunday at the U.S. Women's Open to hold off a charge from World No. 1 Stacy Lewis to win her first major title of her career.
Michelle Wie shares the 54-hole lead at the U.S. Women's Open for the third time in her career, but it is safe to say that Wie's game has never been so bright.
Amy Yang will tee it up with Michelle Wie for the third time in four days when the competitors begin the final round at the U.S. Women's Open tied for the lead at 2 under. They are the only players in red figures after 54 holes.
The 119th British Amateur Championship is in danger of turning into the Southport and Ainsdale Club Championship, as two of the club's members, Paul Howard and Sean Towndrow, advanced to the quarterfinals Friday.
It's time to start week two of these back-to-back championships, the U.S. Womenís Open, with the USGA's goal for Pinehurst No. 2 that the women play "the same clubs" into greens as did the men -- no easy achievement.
Fifteen years ago at Pinehurst, Mike Hicks was preparing for the final round on Payne Stewart's bag. In 2014, he sat on the clubhouse veranda remarking at how time flew since.
Johnny Miller was very honest about his last U.S. Open coverage as he walked down the stairs from his perch above the 18th hole for the final time in America's national championship.
Sundayís set up for Pinehurst No. 2 looks like itís ripe for a barrage of red numbers at the U.S. Open, with four eagle opportunities awaiting the bold player.
Rickie Fowler finds himself in contention for the second consecutive major, accomplishing his goal of showing up in the big events.
Martin Kaymer managed his way to a 2-over 72 on Saturday, losing one stroke off his commanding lead. A pair of upstarts in Rickie Fowler and Erik Compton will try to give chase on Sunday at Pinehurst No. 2.
Martin Kaymer tried to downplay his 5-under 65 on Thursday, but the fact that there were only 15 players in red figures after Round 1 at the U.S. Open made his round even more impressive.
World No. 1 Adam Scott. Two-time Masters champ Bubba Watson. Reigning Open Champion victor Phil Mickelson. Enigmatic Rory McIlroy. Can any of them solve Pinehurst? We'll keep you posted on U.S. Open highlights right here!
Rickie Fowler showed up to Pinehurst No. 2 for Thursday's first round of the U.S. Open wearing knickers in honor of the late Payne Stewart.
Major championship competition brings out the honesty in most participants. Their U.S. Open thoughts Thursday at Pinehurst, amid invariably difficult golf, tended to lack any false confidence.
Itís clear who will win this weekís U.S. Open. Guaranteed. Write it down. Here it is . . . Plus, the club pro who bounds his drives past J.B. Holmes, Padraig Harrington's whereabouts and more.
Webb Simpson has some good memories of Pinehurst No. 2, his first coming at the 1999 U.S. Open when he was a 13-year-old standard bearer, while amateur Matthew Fitzpatrick, playing his first U.S. Open, has a new look. Those notes and more.
Phil Mickelson is the much-discussed player who needs a U.S. Open victory this week to complete the career Grand Slam, but he's not the only big name in golf for whom this national championship has proved unreachable.
Another major championship is about to start. For those who will not win the U.S. Open at Pinehurst, there is always a Major Jim Award to recognize significant words of wisdom.
With one leg remaining in his quest for the career Grand Slam, Phil Mickelson, a six-time runner-up at the U.S. Open, is back at Pinehurst No. 2, the place where all the close calls began in 1999 and a place that, according to Lefty, provides him the best chance to win.
Justin Rose explains why he doesn't care for the term "defending" U.S. Open champion, while Matt Kuchar has a mixed bag of U.S. Open and Pinehurst memories, plus more.
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