Just as the 1986 World Series is remembered for Bill Buckner's blunder, Phil Mickelson's final-hole double-bogey will forever be linked to the 2006 U.S. Open.
It was a blast from the past on Friday at Winged Foot, as Steve Stricker, Colin Montgomerie and David Duval each reached the leaderboard.
In his return to golf after a nine-week layoff, Tiger Woods looked very much the same at the U.S. Open. He still couldn't make a putt.
As if the rest of the country doesn't resent the Big Apple enough, New York is playing host to its third U.S. Open in five years.
For the first time since his father's death, Tiger Woods addressed the media on Tuesday, briefly revealing a side we don't often see.
How one dropped ball in Indonesia led to Colin Montgomerie's reaching Pinehurst ... and another controversy.
The people closest to Payne Stewart share their memories of the man with ESPN.com's Ivan Maisel.
Retief Goosen now has two U.S. Open trophies. He does it by staying steady in the moment.
With Shinnecock Hills getting nasty, the winner will be the player with the most patience.
Shigeki Maruyama says he's looking forward to an ear-splitting round alongside Phil Mickelson.
Jay Haas jumped to the lead at the U.S. Open on Thursday morning, then found time to watch his son Bill's round.
The U.S. Open isn't supposed to be easy. And judging by Shinnecock this week, it won't be.
A month ago it didn't seem likely, but Jim Furyk looks as though he'll get the chance to defend his U.S. Open championship.
Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson have both had to overcome disappointment at majors.
Jim Furyk's unorthodox swing and unmatched toughness won him the U.S. Open on Sunday.
The conditions that sent scores upward Saturday didn't faze Jim Furyk.