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Follow live: Bunched leaderboard chasing the U.S. Open title

Will Brooks Koepka defend his U.S. Open title? He currently leads during a competitive final round at Shinnecock Hills.



Fleetwood nearly sets U.S. Open record with 63

Tommy Fleetwood's missed birdie putt on the 18th green at the U.S. Open cost him the first 62 in tournament history.



Mickelson: No disrespect intended by decision

"Sometimes in these situations, it's just easier to take the two shots and move on,'' Phil Mickelson said after he hit a moving ball with his putter to card a 10 on the 13th hole.



Ryu rallies for 2-shot win in Meijer LPGA Classic

So Yeon Ryu, who entered the final round 2 strokes behind Anna Nordqvist and Lee-Anne Pace, had six birdies and a bogey in Sunday's final round to win the Meijer LPGA Classic by two strokes.



Players fume at Open setup; USGA admits error

Zach Johnson called it "pure carnage." Rafa Cabrera-Bello said players were made to look like fools. That was just some of the grumbling after a treacherous Round 3 at Shinnecock Hills.



Fowler folds in U.S. Open third round with 84

Rickie Fowler's promising U.S. Open took a dive Saturday at Shinnecock Hills with a third-round 84 that included a triple-bogey on the 10th hole.



Tiger, Spieth, Rory among big names going home

Tiger Woods missed the cut at the U.S. Open after his 2-over-par 72 in the second round. Jordan Spieth, Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy and Jason Day also won't play into the weekend.



PGA of America president Levy charged with DUI

PGA of America president Paul Levy is facing a misdemeanor DUI charge after veering off a road in California and hitting a sign last week.



How this U.S. Open turned into a beautifully absurd fiasco

The U.S. Open went off the rails Saturday. The course was impossible. The players were losing their minds. But then, that is what this tournament is all about.



Why Phil Mickelson should apologize then withdraw from the U.S. Open

A two-shot penalty for what Phil Mickelson did at No. 13 on Saturday isn't enough, says Ian O'Connor. He needs to take another step -- toward the exit sign at Shinnecock Hills.



The Phil Mickelson mess, through the eyes of his playing partner

Andrew "Beef" Johnston was right next to Phil Mickelson for the mess on the 13th hole. Let him tell you what happened, in his own words.



Dustin Johnson has the brain and game to dominate

All this time, Kevin Van Valkenburg says we've gotten it all wrong. Dustin Johnson isn't golf's greatest simpleton -- he's actually a genius.



Don't let a bad U.S. Open fool you, Tiger isn't done winning majors

It might take longer than Tiger Woods thought -- and longer than fans would like -- but Tiger will win a major again. You have to trust the process. He does.



How Tiger Woods limped his way to improbable 2008 U.S. Open win

Ten years from his last major title, it's time to look back on how Tiger won the 2008 U.S. Open on a broken leg.



Ranking every player in the U.S. Open field

Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy: Michael Collins went through the 156-player field and found everyone a spot. It wasn't easy.



ESPN predictions: Who will win the 2018 U.S. Open?

Our experts didn't agree on the winner. What they did agree on is that it will be one of the sport's biggest names. No surprise winner here.



Rickie Fowler has fame, fortune ... now he needs a major

His coach once asked Rickie Fowler if he wanted to be a golfer or a Kardashian. What Fowler really wants is that elusive major title. Could it come at this U.S. Open?



DeChambeau wins the Memorial in playoff

Bryson DeChambeau won the Memorial in a three-way playoff on Sunday for his second PGA Tour title.



Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning and ... 'Omaha, Omaha'

Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning drew quite the crowd during their pro-am round at the Memorial. And they heard some familiar sounds over 18 holes.



A step-by-step look at Tiger Woods' 2018 season

Tiger Woods builds his season around major championships. So what did the steps leading to this U.S. Open look like and what might it mean for this week at Shinnecock Hills?



'Gigantic' moose chases golfers off Utah course

A young moose chased a couple in their golf cart off a course near Salt Lake City, Utah.



McIlroy: I dreamed of being a great golfer, not to be famous

Rory McIlroy was ranked 15th in ESPN's Fame 100 Index but fame is not something the Irishman coveted, nor really ever dreamt of. He only wanted to be known for his golf.



ESPN World Fame 100: The stories around our 2018 list

This year's ESPN World Fame 100 is a compilation of the biggest names in sports. Here is everything you need to know about our list, from the newcomers to our methodology to some who might have not cracked the Top 100 but are still making an impact.



Augusta golfer wins NCAA title for his first win

Augusta golfer Broc Everett won his first college match Monday -- and it just so happened to be the NCAA individual title.



Europe must stop U.S. Ryder Cup march

Padraig Harrington gets it. He understands that the 2018 Ryder Cup is both trivial and also fundamental for European golf; a rich combination of the absurd and the significant.