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Is Martin Kaymer catchable? If anybody should know that anything can happen in a major, it's Dustin Johnson.
With current leader Martin Kaymer as one of his playing partners, Keegan Bradley received a close look over the first two rounds of the player everyone is pursuing entering the weekend.
Hunter Mahan's caddie, John Wood, accepted blame on Friday after Mahan and playing partner Jamie Donaldson were penalized for playing each other's golf balls.
Martin Kaymer just set a new U.S. Open scoring record through 36 holes, but his recent weekend performances leave the field with at least a little hope.
Adam Scott has never been much of a U.S. Open player, but perhaps he turned a corner during Friday’s second round.
Brooks Koepka won't allow himself to think about it, but with a top-17 finish at the U.S. Open, he could finally secure himself status on the PGA Tour.
Kevin Stadler holes his approach shot for eagle on Friday at the par-4 13th.
Ken Duke's tee shot on the par-3 ninth finished against a bush. After careful consideration, Duke decided to take his medicine.
GolfChannel.com is tracking Phil Mickelson at Pinehurst No. 2 as he tries to win his first U.S. Open and complete the career Grand Slam.
In this weekly Grill Room installment, we take a look at some golfers' more-forgettable moments on and off the course.
A late storm dumped .64 inches of rain on Pinehurst No. 2’s parched course late Thursday.
Phil Mickelson and Co. are trying to cut into Martin Kaymer's massive lead on Friday afternoon at the U.S. Open. Chat live!
On Wednesday, Martin Kaymer was asked what he would take for a 72-hole score at Pinehurst. “8 over par,” he said. So much for that.
Martin Kaymer is no stranger to hot starts, but his round Thursday at Pinehurst No. 2 reached uncharted territory.
There was something unusual in the opening round of the U.S. Open. A bunch of scores in the 60s. The best one of all was turned in by Martin Kaymer.
It's been a long time since Martin Kaymer was world No. 1. But last month he won The Players and now he leads the U.S. Open.
I have had the privilege of covering a fair number of PGA Tour events for GolfChannel.com over the past two years – not quite as many as grizzled veteran Ryan Lavner, but a few. This week, though, I’m working my first major.
Keegan Bradley’s break from anchoring didn’t last long.
Adam Scott’s suspect U.S. Open record didn’t improve any Thursday, when the world No. 1 took 34 swipes with the putter.
Any talk of a Bubba Slam likely was dismissed Thursday when Masters champion Bubba Watson stumbled to a one-birdie 76 at the U.S. Open.