Brooks Koepka Caps A Record Week With US Open TitleBrooks Koepka traveled around the world to find his game. He found stardom right at home as the U.S. Open champion.
Mickelson Withdraws From U.S. OpenPhil Mickelson withdrew from the U.S. Open on Thursday, realizing that there was no chance to get from his daughter's high school graduation in California and make his Thursday afternoon tee time.
Boomer Sooner: Dalke Looking For U.S. Open SuccessFresh off his clinching win for Oklahoma in last month's NCAA final, Brad Dalke is playing in his first U.S. Open this week and he's using his bag and scorecard from his sophomore season with the University of Oklahoma Sooners.
Jordan Spieth To Appear On Wheaties BoxJordan Spieth is joining the long list of athletes to be depicted on a Wheaties cereal box.
Romo Falls Short In US Open BidThe former Cowboys quarterback shot a 3 over at Spilt Rail Golf Course in Aledo during a local qualifier for the U.S. Open.
Tony Romo To Try Qualifying For US OpenTony Romo's next pursuit of a championship will be in golf.
Wawrinka Stuns Djokovic To Win U.S. Open ChampionshipStan Wawrinka took down top-ranked player and defending champion Novak Djokovic in the U.S. Open final on Sunday night, and is now just a Wimbledon win away from a career Grand Slam.
Another Free Pass For Djokovic As Tsonga Quits U.S. OpenNormally, it takes wins in five full matches to reach a Grand Slam semifinal. But Novak Djokovic has made it that far at the U.S. Open by playing only two matches, because three of his opponents pulled out of the tournament with injuries.
No Age Limit For Chasing Balls At U.S. OpenThe U.S. Open has never put an upper limit on the age of its ball chasers. Of the 275 ball people this year, about 75 are 18 or older, and more than 20 of those are over 30 years old.
Serena Passes Federer For Most Grand Slam Match WinsSerena Williams now owns more victories in Grand Slam matches than anyone else in the Open era, surpassing Roger Federer with her 308th win on Monday. "Hopefully we'll both keep going," she added.
No All-Williams Rematch As Venus Loses At U.S. OpenVenus Williams went from down and out to a point from victory, then back again. Williams failed to convert a match point and lost to Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic in the fourth round of the U.S. Open on Monday.
141 MPH Serve Helps Murray Advance At U.S. OpenThe U.S. Open's serve-speed readout board told the world that Andy Murray smacked a serve at 141 mph. He had his doubts. "I think that was lucky," he said. "I only did it once. So I'm not expecting to do it again."