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Complaints Thursday centered on something outside Mike Davis’ control: the quality of the greens.
Just before his round Thursday, Cole Hammer appeared to get emotional on the 10th tee. Was he fighting back tears?
Henrik Stenson’s caddie, Gareth Lord, worked Day 1 at Chambers Bay with a cast on his left wrist after taking a tumble during Wednesday’s practice round.
Dustin Johnson 2.0 is not the same player who threw away the U.S. Open in 2010 as evidenced by his 65.
Matt Kuchar rolled in a 20-footer for birdie on the eighth hole Thursday and heard only a few claps.
Rory McIlroy’s bid for a second U.S. Open title is off to a bumpy start after a 2-over 72 in Round 1.
Phil Mickelson shot 69 Thursday and was most pleased with a par save and a bogey putt.
It didn’t take long for player frustration to begin to boil over at Chambers Bay.
If you happen to hit your golf ball near an alligator, don't do what this guy did.
Chambers Bay can stretch to nearly 8,000 yards, but it isn’t playing nearly that far during the opening round of the U.S. Open.
Here are the hole locations for the first round of the 115th U.S. Open.
Despite some late miscues, Jordan Spieth and Jason Day are just three back at Chambers Bay.
There was an unusual sight on the range late Wednesday afternoon at the U.S. Open.
Chambers Bay’s rolling terrain and dramatic dunes prompted USGA officials to build extra viewing areas for fans and limit the media’s inside-the-ropes access.
Predicting the winning score at any championship is difficult, but the variables increase dramatically when it comes to Chambers Bay and this week’s U.S. Open.
Don’t be surprised if a few amateurs make their way onto the leaderboard here at the U.S. Open. Call it strength in numbers.
Will Tiger Woods make the cut? Will the winner be someone ranked inside the top 10 in the world or outside of it? How much of a story will the golf course be by week’s end? Our team at Chambers Bay debate these three topics.
Justin Rose understands the strategy required to win a U.S. Open, and he hopes that a repeat of his 2013 game plan will lead to similar results.
The fate of the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay is squarely in the hands of the USGA's Mike Davis.
The USGA held its annual news conference on the eve of the U.S. Open, during which it was announced that the purse has been raised to $10 million, which matches the purses for the Masters, The Players and the PGA Championship.