Before the U.S. Open began, Martin Kaymer didn't think a score of 65 was possible at Pinehurst No. 2. Now he has two of them.
Phil Mickelson's quest for the fourth leg of the career Grand Slam got off to a decent start Thursday, an even-par 70 at Pinehurst No. 2 that left the five-time major champion in good position after his first round at the U.S. Open.
The 156-player field for the U.S. Open was set Monday morning when two players earned exemptions through the Official World Golf Ranking and three were added from the pool of alternates.
Kevin Na is far from the first player to come under fire for slow play, but the PGA Tour really never has done anything about it. It's time to change that, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Tiger Woods is around for the weekend at a TPC Sawgrass course that has been nothing short of maddening for him over the years.
Just days after a late double-bogey ended his title hopes at Bay Hill, Steve Marino gets back on the horse in Houston. But can he put the heartbreak behind him?
In this week's mailbag, Bob Harig opines on slow play, David Duval's resurgence, and the lightning rod that is Tiger Woods.