Players didn’t hold back in sounding off about Chambers Bay
Jordan Spieth has won the U.S. Open. With its bumpy greens, slick fescue and wild terrain, Chambers Bay was a stern test all week. This historic victory marks Spieth’s multiple majors. He is now the sixth player to win the Masters and U.S. Open in the same year.
Rory McIlroy went out in 33 on Saturday and was at 2 over for the tournament after his first nine holes, poised for a possible charge back up the leaderboard at the U.S. Open. His inability to make putts on the back nine at Chambers Bay left McIlroy back where he started…
Live leaderboard updates from the 115th U.S. Open Championship at Chambers Bay, Washington.
Henrik Stenson and Dustin Johnson shared the lead at 5-under 65, and the other 23 players who managed to break par in a gentle debut of the new golf course off Puget Sound agreed that it likely will only get tougher the rest of the way.
The U.S. Open used to be the place Tiger Woods showed why he was the best. On Thursday, the tournament exposed him at his worst.
Ollie Schniederjans, who just wrapped up his career at Georgia Tech, was one of a few amateurs to make Chambers Bay feel small.
A U.S. Open practice range that should have felt like a ghost town Wednesday afternoon suddenly came to life when Tiger Woods arrived just as everyone was starting to leave.
Always the sentimental favorite this time of year, five-time major winner Phil Mickelson arrived at the U.S. Open this week still searching for his first win in his national championship.
The questions come less often, largely because the story is getting old. Or maybe it’s just that no one really believes anymore, even Tiger Woods himself.
Cole Hammer was supposed to be at the Western Junior this week. Having never played in a USGA event, Hammer was going to return home and try to qualify for the U.S. Junior Amateur. And then everything changed.
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