Tiger Woods missed the cut. So did Michael Campbell and Retief Goosen. Winged Foot took out some major names.
Phil Mickelson and John Daly entertained the fans Saturday. The golf, however, was average at best.
Sunday's scores at Shinnecock Hills were the second-highest in Open history. The players noticed.
The war of words between Tiger Woods and former coach Butch Harmon heated up Saturday at the U.S. Open.
Tiger Woods survived a birdieless string mid-round, but he's got a long way to go at Shinnecock Hills.
David Duval returned to competitive golf with an opening-round 83 at the U.S. Open.
Vijay Singh isn't getting the big headlines. But he'd just as soon save that for Sunday night.
For five holes late Sunday afternoon, Shaun Micheel and Chad Campbell were Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier.
Tiger Woods officially will go majorless in 2003 after posting his worst-ever finish in a major championship Sunday.
The contenders grew to eight Saturday as Shaun Micheel stumbled down the stretch.
Tiger Woods may be headed to his worst-ever finish in a major after Saturday's 72, and is almost assuredly going to go majorless in 2003.
Billy Andrade was an alternate a week ago. After two rounds, he's in the final pairing at the PGA.
The PGA Championship was largely unaffected by the blackout that paralyzed the Northeast on Thursday.
Some big-name players dug themselves some pretty deep holes at the PGA Championship on Thursday.
Mike Cowan, who caddied for Tiger Woods, is back in the winner's circle with Jim Furyk.
A look at the happenings surrounding the third round of the U.S. Open.