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Merion’s slick greens and sticky rough will make U.S. Open tougher than you think - GOLF.com www.golf.com
Don’t worry about this being the Stick-It-With-A-Wedge Open, says SI’s Michael Bamberger. Merion’s super-slick greens -- like Augusta used to have -- and sticky rough will give us an Open worthy of this historic course.
Hump Day Tip: Beat Downhill Bunker Shots
Tiger Woods' 15-shot victory at the 2000 U.S. Open was an obscene display of talent.
Duffy Waldorf takes Regions Tradition lead
The Memorial seems to have been inadvertently played in a hole in the time-space continuum, plus what to watch this week.
Like every other sport, golf is a lower-body game—power and accuracy come from the ground up. Although the vast majority of golf instruction centers on upper-body swing mechanics and positions, lower-body stability creates a support mechanism that, simply
Tiger regroups after early triple-bogey
Tiger Woods shot his worst-ever nine-hole score -- a 44! -- at the Memorial. PGA Tour player Steve Flesch joins our panel to debate Tiger's chances to rebound at the Open, if Matt Kuchar is ready for a major, and whether a traditional Merion setup could s
Matt Kuchar held off a late rally from Kevin Chappell to win the Memorial on Sunday, while Tiger Woods closed the door on a terrible week with an even-par 72 to finish T65. With the victory, Kuchar joined Woods as the only multiple winners on Tour this ye
Should anchored putting be banned on the PGA Tour? Yes: 59% No: 41%
Tim Clark needs anchored putter due to disability.
Davis Love III has been added as an assistant to U.S. Presidents Cup captain Fred Couples for this fall's team competition at Muirfield Village Golf Club.
Tiger Woods, more 10 best players in pro golf today
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Sergio Garcia tries to move on from remark about Tiger Woods - PGA Tour Confidential - GOLF.com www.golf.com
Sergio Garcia apologized to Tiger for making a 'fried chicken' joke, but will Garcia's reputation recover? Golf Channel's Brandel Chamblee joins our panel to debate Garcia's reception at Merion, the USGA's handling of the anchored-putter ban and more.
New Florida resident Lee Westwood is finding success in the European Tour's flagship event, the BMW PGA Championship, while Sergio Garcia continues to play well with warm crowd support after his controversial start to the week, writes Paul Mahoney.
Matt Kuchar made pars on all three holes he played early Saturday to complete the suspended second round of the Colonial, and keep his one-stroke lead over Graham DeLaet.
Ask Rules Guy: Drop rules in flooded bunkers, sand traps.
The USGA reinvents itself as an activist organization despite pushback and whiny Tour pros.