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Take a stroll around Pinehurst No. 2 and you’ll see plenty of areas where it’s seemingly unclear how the sandy areas are defined.
Rory McIlroy tuned up for this week’s U.S. Open by spending a few hours with the most prolific major winner of them all.
Mike Cowan will caddie for Jim Furyk at the U.S. Open and Lydia Ko next week at the U.S. Women's Open.
The "Morning Drive" team takes a hole-by-hole, aerial look at Pinehurst No. 2.
Cristie Kerr will give GolfChannel.com readers a women’s perspective of the U.S. Open as a guest writer this week.
Adam Scott has a terrible record at the U.S. Open,but he's hopeful that will change starting this week.
Mike Johnson, equipment editor Golf World/Golf Digest, shares what equipment changes Rory McIlroy and Brandt Snedeker are making this week.
Chelsea Stewart on Tuesday accepted the Bobby Jones Award on behalf of her late father Payne, the 1999 U.S. Open champion.
Phil Mickelson is a win short of the Grand Slam, but his ongoing hunt for a U.S. Open feels a lot like his quest for his first major.
Phil Mickelson winning 15 years after losing to Payne Stewart at Pinehurst would be the perfect end to an unbelievable script.
The 114th U.S. Open promises to be a hectic week for Tony Ruggiero, who's coaching three first-time entrants.
The redesigned Pinehurst No. 2 course presents a unique, old-time test for the field in this year's U.S. Open.
Our experts weigh in on who they think will contend this week at the season's second major, as 156 players look to tame a rough-less layout at Pinehurst No. 2.
Justin Thomas teamed with Jordan Spieth to take on Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler in a U.S. Open practice round.
Now that the 114th U.S. Open is upon us, Phil Mickelson isn’t deflating any of his own pre-tournament hype.
In this week's Stock Watch, Phil Mickelson is rising just in time for U.S. Open week. Get your popcorn ready.
Looking back over the years, Mickelson has been effusive in his praise for U.S. Open setups prior to each one beginning – including this week.
Leave it to Phil Mickelson to make a last-second change at a major.
See which players you should keep an eye on this week as the U.S. Open heads to Pinehurst No. 2, which will host the season's second major for the third time since 1999.
It’s been a quarter-century since the last back-to-back U.S. Open champion, and Justin Rose is the only player who can break that trend this week.