Phil Mickelson, five times a U.S. Open runner-up, looks Sunday to bring home his first national championship during the final round at Merion Golf Club. Keep up with the highlights right here!
Tiger Woods birdied his opening hole Saturday at the U.S. Open, but seven bogeys after that virtually ended his championship hopes. Phil Mickelson's hopes are alive and well, as Lefty leads at 1 under entering Sunday. See how it all unfolded Saturday at Merion.
Tiger Woods returned to Merion early Friday morning to wrap up an opening-round 3-over 73. Now, he'll look to make up some ground in Round 2 at the U.S. Open. Follow Day 2 developments here!
Here is a handful of posts via Twitter from pro golfers and top figures of the sport during U.S. Open week at Merion GC in Ardmore, Pa.:
Keep up with all the second-round action from the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village – and see where Tiger Woods' morning round went wrong while Bill Haas passed first-day leader Charl Schwartzel.
Keegan Bradley set the early pace with a 60 and no one could chase him down, giving Bradley a three-shot lead after the first round of the HP Byron Nelson Championship. See how it all happened.
Aussie Jason Day shot a second-round 4-under 68 for a two-day total of 6 under. Day is leading by one over Fred Couples and countryman Marc Leishman. See how the day unfolded with our Tracker.
Valero Texas Open executive director Larson Segerdahl confirmed Friday that Rory McIlroy will play in the tournament next week in San Antonio.
A look at our state-by-state Best You Can Play courses.
Tiger Woods has six PGA Tour victories, including the 2008 U.S. Open, at Torrey Pines. He opened the Farmers Insurance Open with a 4-under 68 on Thursday. See how it happened.
5 Things: It was a day dominated by rookies, led by former Illinois All-American Scott Langley, who shot an 8-under 62 to take a one-shot lead at the Sony Open.
Shadow Creek tops the Golfweek's Best: Casino Courses for yet another year. What new courses joined the exclusive list in 2012?
Martin Kaymer of Germany held on for a 2-shot victory at the Nedbank Golf Challenge at a rainy Sun City on Sunday, earning his first title of 2012.
Martin Kaymer rolled in a tricky 10-foot par putt on the last hole for a 2-under 70 and a one-stroke lead on Saturday heading into the final round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge.
From Northwood Golf Club to the Windsor Golf Club, a trip to Sonoma, Calif. will sit well with your pallet for both its wonderful wine and golf.
Bill Haas bogeyed two of the last three holes Thursday in the Nedbank Golf Challenge to slip back into a share of the first-round lead with Nicolas Colsaerts.
Don't underestimate what his dramatic 1-up singles victory at the Ryder Cup has done for the confidence of Justin Rose. The Englishman continued his stellar play, capping an undefeated week with a victory over Lee Westwood to capture the Turkish Airlines World Golf Final on Friday.
The week ahead in the world of golf . . .
Junior girls notes: Emily Kurey notched her first AJGA victory and also made her first competitive hole-in-one at the AJGA Junior at TPC Southwind.
Tiger Woods fired a 3-under 67 to sit three shots back of leader Adam Scott, hitting fairways and greens like a machine, with his putter hot early and suspect late. See how his round unfolded: