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Of the contenders chasing Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson is the only one who has won a major, and the most likely to heat up in a hurry, writes ESPNNewYork.com's Ian O'Connor.
Even if Tiger gets a call to play the Ryder Cup, in the interest of getting healthy and pursuing his major chase, Woods should shut it down until his body heals, writes ESPNNewYork.com's Ian O'Connor.
Rory McIlroy might not be in the lead at Valhalla, but he should have every other golfer shaking in their spikes, writes ESPNNewYork.com's Ian O'Connor.
Meet the family of Isaac Klosterman. Without the tragic death of their son, Erik Compton might not be alive, much less competing this week at the PGA Championship, writes ESPNNewYork.com's Ian O'Connor.
Golf eventually gets in every player's head. Saturday, it hit Tiger Woods.
Rory McIlroy is unlikely to be the next Tiger Woods. But he can still beat him.
The talk was that Merion was too short, that the rain had made it defenseless. Guess what? The talk was wrong.
Phil Mickelson has his priorities in order. Will that spell success at the U.S. Open?
Jim Furyk will be forever haunted by one bad swing that cost him the U.S. Open.
Could friendship and respect have cost Tiger Woods a shot at a 4th U.S. Open?
Big three at the U.S. Open? Tiger Woods is proving there's just a big one.
Casey Martin isn't in the lead, but his 74 just might be the best round of Day 1.
The U.S. Open humbles the game's best. At least that's what golf fans hope for.
Some people think Tiger won't break the record for majors won. They're all wrong.
Arnold Palmer's collapse in the 1966 U.S. Open rivals any choke in golf history.