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  • Phil Mickelson, other big names miss the cut at U.S. Open

    Phil Mickelson, other big names miss the cut at U.S. Open

     Do the math, Phil Mickelson advised. With so many players still to complete their second round and the U.S. Open conditions getting tougher by the hour on Saturday, the five-time major winner said he'd be "surprised" to not make the cut at 7 over par. Well, surprise. When second-round play was...

  • Highs and lows from Day 3 of the U.S. Open at Oakmont

    Highs and lows from Day 3 of the U.S. Open at Oakmont

    OAKMONT — Highs, lows and questions answered from Day 3 of the U.S. Open at Oakmont. WHY DID SHANE LOWRY PENALIZE HIMSELF FRIDAY? But for a self-assessed penalty, Shane Lowry could have left Oakmont on Saturday night one shot better. During his second round Saturday morning, Lowry had a 40-foot...

  • Phil Mickelson running out of time for a career Grand Slam after missing the cut at the U.S. Open

    Phil Mickelson running out of time for a career Grand Slam after missing the cut at the U.S. Open

    Do the math, Phil Mickelson advised. With so many players still to complete their second round and the U.S. Open conditions getting tougher by the hour on Saturday, the five-time major winner said he’d be “surprised” to not make the cut at 7 over par. Well, surprise. When second-round play was...

  • Dustin Johnson leads U.S. Open after second round is finally completed

    Dustin Johnson leads U.S. Open after second round is finally completed

    Dustin Johnson headed into the third round of the U.S. Open on Saturday afternoon as the sole leader after the field completed the weather-delayed second round at Oakmont Country Club. Johnson, who shot four under par through 36 holes, held a one-stroke lead over qualifier Andrew Landry, who lost...

  • Long and short of it: Friday was good to Dustin, bad for Rory

    Long and short of it: Friday was good to Dustin, bad for Rory

    Friday was a day of extremes. No-names put themselves in contention. Big names harmed their chances. Many played 36 holes. Some had the day off. Andrew Landry went out and shot a 1. For real. Left over from his rain-shortened opening round was a 10-foot birdie putt on No. 9. The unheralded Arkansas...

  • Lexi Thompson, In Gee Chun share Meijer LPGA classic lead after three rounds

    Lexi Thompson, In Gee Chun share Meijer LPGA classic lead after three rounds

    Her ailing back a bit better after treatment, defending champion Lexi Thompson shot a five-under-par 66 on Saturday for a share of the Meijer LPGA Classic lead with In Gee Chun.  “I got a lot of work done to it last night,” Thompson said about her back. “It was hurting quite a bit, but I have it...

  • Dustin Johnson, Andrew Landry are co-leaders of a sort at unbalanced U.S. Open

    Dustin Johnson, Andrew Landry are co-leaders of a sort at unbalanced U.S. Open

    It was a day at the U.S. Open that required a really strong deodorant and plenty of snacks in the golf bag. It was a 13-hour double shift with hardly a lunch break or change of shirts. It tested fitness and patience, and in the end the man who might have been luckiest was the one who made one stroke...

  • U.S. Open notes: Lee Westwood is seriously going after his first major

    U.S. Open notes: Lee Westwood is seriously going after his first major

    Lee Westwood joked this week that he likes to “Rolls-Royce” it at home in England with his golf now. Translated, that means that when he’s off for a week he cruises up to the course and goes to the first tee without a warmup swing. So the stops and starts of the weather-hampered first round of...

  • Lexi Thompson shakes off bad back and rivals to lead at Meijer LPGA Classic

    Lexi Thompson shakes off bad back and rivals to lead at Meijer LPGA Classic

    Defending champion Lexi Thompson fought through back pain Friday to take the second-round lead in the Meijer LPGA Classic.  “It just came on last weekend and it was really bad today,” Thompson said. “I'm not really one to complain about pain because I just fight through it, but yeah, it's hurting....

  • Andrew Landry leads an unfinished first round at U.S. Open

    Andrew Landry leads an unfinished first round at U.S. Open

    Andrew Landry was five minutes from freedom. Five minutes from being able to retire to a warm, dry room and reflect on the first round that was and could have been in the 116th U.S. Open. Then the obnoxious horn blared for a third time Thursday at Oakmont Country Club, the final brakes put on a...

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