Phil Mickelson, who paired with Keegan Bradley to earn the only U.S. point in a rain-delayed Friday foursomes session, continues to be a stalwart of American match-play competitions, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Tiger Woods may be far behind Henrik Stenson after the third round of the Tour Championship, but he's still in line to finish second in the final FedEx Cup standings, which would net a $3 million bonus.
Just like many an uphill putt, Jim Furyk's shot at breaking his winless streak came up just short Monday. He'll get another crack at it this week at East Lake with $10 million on the line, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Tiger Woods offered few details about what appeared to be a left elbow injury that was bothering him during the first round of the U.S. Open, but also showed no obvious signs of pain as he finished a 3-over-par 73 on Friday.
The prospect of a firm, fast course for the 113th U.S. Open diminished with every raindrop on Monday at Merion Golf Club, where the 11th hole remained off limits and practice rounds were twice suspended due to heavy rain.
Officials from Merion Golf Club and the United States Golf Association were scrambling Saturday to get the site of next week's U.S. Open in shape after remnants of Tropical Storm Andrea pummeled the course with 3.5 inches of rain.
TPC Sawgrass, the home to next week's Players Championship, has received 5 inches of rain the past two days, so much so that half the walkway leading to one of golf's signature holes was under water Friday.