Thirteen years after up-and-comer Ernie Els won the U.S. Open at Oakmont, he returns ... but time is no longer on his side.
After years of major failures, Lefty throttled back his aggression -- in spots -- and finds himself halfway to a MickelSlam.
Some of the world's top players – as well as a few U.S. Open champs – critique the USGA's course setups.
Golf World's John Hawkins breaks down his personal top 10 major championships of the past 10 years.
The "new" Phil Mickelson may not look any different, but he's committed to coming back from last year's U.S. Open collapse.
John Hawkins relives his top 10 personal most enduring memories of the 2006 PGA Tour season. Where does Phil's flop rank on the list?
Big Five. Big Four. Big Two. Big One. However you look at it, the elite players are hardly continuing their rivalries this season.
Playing at Congressional CC gives the Booz Allen Classic an unknown variable, but expect Sergio Garcia to be near the top.
Golf World's John Hawkins has thoughts on the former No. 1's return, patience, the Ryder Cup and Jay Haas.