From its head pro through its scores of single-digit players, Oakmont is a real player's club. The harder the better.
Twenty-two years after the logistical mess of 1984, the U.S. Open returns to Winged Foot, writes Tim Rosaforte.
Tiger Woods received a text message from Annika Sorenstam recently, reminding him they're tied in major wins. He hopes to send one right back.
New York fans embraced Phil Mickelson in 2002 and it should be more of the same this year.
David Duval picked the most difficult tournament in the world to return to competitive golf.
Members at Winged Foot Golf Club decided overwhelmingly in a vote before Christmas that the U.S. Open won't be returning to their New York club anytime soon. Winged Foot had been considered among the favorites to host the 2015 Open.
Angel Cabrera's U.S. Open win could lead to major dollars around the world, writes Tim Rosaforte.
Trevor Immelman has been spending this post-Masters season battling a viral parasite he contacted either through water or a meal while in Augusta.
Phil Mickelson has hit the gym, moved on from the U.S. Open and is focused on the finish -- not just the majors, writes Tim Rosaforte.
What was the best moment of the year? The most pivotal shot? The biggest surprise? Tim Rosaforte breaks it all down.
The comparisons between Michelle Wie and Maria Sharapova are negligible.
Who is the best active player without a major victory? Tim Rosaforte lists five choices, starting with a man who keeps coming close: Colin Montgomerie.
Here is the early U.S. Open scouting report: Gentlemen, start your mowers. Winged Foot certainly won't be easy, reports Tim Rosaforte.
After lengthening some holes as much as 50 yards, the usually benign Funai Classic may play like a U.S. Open.
How the USGA turned one of the all-time great U.S. Opens into one of the worst.
The second-year Wachovia Championship has added some needed excitement to a once quiet month.