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Matt Fitzpatrick Player Profile And What's In The Bag

Matt Fitzpatrick became just the third Englishman in 52 years after Tony Jacklin and Justin Rose to win the US Open, and he did it in style, holding off a world class field at The Country Club, Brookline. read more ...


5 Reasons Why We Love The US Open

The US Open can always be relied upon to offer a delectable slice of drama with the occasional seasoning of madness, but it all contributes to an event that is arguably the toughest of them all to win. It can be an acquired taste, but we certainly love the US Open - and here's why. read more ...


What Have Been The Toughest US Opens

From its earliest beginnings, the US Open has long been defined by the brutal examination that it presents to the world's most skilled golfers. But what have been the toughest editions of the event? Well, it's rare to find one that hasn't been difficult, but there are some through the generations that were strikingly testing for a variety of reasons. read more ...


2022 US Open Preview

Jon Rahm will arrive at the fearsome Brookline Country Club looking to successfully defend his US Open title, but will face contenders in hot form, including Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Sam Burns and Scottie Scheffler. Golfshake's Derek Clements looks ahead to what is sure to be a fascinating week at a venue rich with history. read more ...


10 Picks to Win The 2022 US Open

The US Open returns to The Country Club, Brookline, where Jon Rahm defends America's national title. But who will lift the famous trophy at this most historic of venues? Golfshake's Derek Clements has picked out ten potential winners, ranging from pre-tournament favourites to surprise contenders. read more ...


The Country Club at Brookline - What You Need to Know

The Country Club, Brookline, will host the US Open for the fourth time but the course will see some changes from when Curtis Strange defeated Nick Faldo in 1988. read more ...


What Happens IF a LIV Series Golfer Wins The US Open

The 2022 US Open is going to be overshadowed by the news that the PGA Tour has suspended every player who took part in the LIV Invitational at Centurion. The likes of Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Sergio Garcia, Talor Gooch and Louis Oosthuizen will tee it up at Brookline with the prospect of any of them winning America's national title surely a concern for the powers-that-be. read more ...


The Battle of Brookline And The Infamous Ryder Cup

The Country Club at Brookline is best remembered by many for some of the most unedifying scenes ever witnessed on a golf course during the 1999 Ryder Cup between Europe and the United States. read more ...


How Jon Rahm Won The 2021 US Open

Jon Rahm claimed his first major 12 months ago after finishing with back-to-back birdies on an astonishing final day of the US Open at Torrey Pines. read more ...


When Curtis Stange Won The US Open at Brookline

Curtis Strange had twice won the money list on the PGA Tour but he had also thrown away a golden chance of victory at The Masters in 1985 and had earned the unwanted tag of being the best player never to have won a major. That all changed at the 1988 US Open at Brookline when he defeated Nick Faldo in an 18-hole playoff. read more ...


How Do Golfers Qualify For The US Open

There will be a field of 156 golfers teeing it up at Brookline on Thursday. But when entries closed in April the USGA had accepted a total of 9,265 entries, including 12 champions. The number of entries was the sixth-highest total in championship history. read more ...


Jon Rahm Was Destined To Win A Major - And There Will Be More To Come

There were many who questioned whether Jon Rahm would ever win a major. This has nothing to do with his ability but plenty to do with his temperament. But this is a man who was born to greatness. Golfshake's Derek Clements looks back at the Spaniard's journey to glory and what could happen next. read more ...


Golf Legends Praise Jon Rahm

Jon Rahm's dramatic victory at the US Open at Torrey Pines touched the hearts of many in the golfing world, with legends Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player leading the tributes to the Spaniard as he landed the first of what will surely be many major victories. read more ...


The Clubs Jon Rahm Used to Win the US Open

Jon Rahm claimed his maiden major title in spectacular fashion on Sunday at Torrey Pines, winning the US Open and reclaiming the World No.1 spot in the process. It's also a significant moment after the Spaniard joined Callaway. Take a look at the equipment that carried him to victory. read more ...


Jon Rahm Secures First Major Victory at the US Open

Jon Rahm loves Torrey Pines. It was where he won his first PGA Tour event, it was where his girlfriend accepted his marriage proposal and now it is the venue for his first major victory, following a typically electrifying finish at the US Open. read more ...


Golfers With The Most Second Place Finishes in Majors

Everyone knows that Jack Nicklaus won 18 major titles, with Tiger Woods on 15. We know that Nick Faldo is on six and that Rory McIlroy has four. But who has the most runner-up finishes in the four events that have now long been considered the majors in golf? We take a look at 20 figures who have been second at least five times in the biggest championships. read more ...


Take on Torrey Pines in Topgolf's 9-Shot Challenge

Thousands of golfers worldwide will be celebrating the U.S. Open by taking part in Topgolf's 9-Shot Challenge Global Tournament, where players can take on Torrey Pines at either participating Topgolf and Toptracer Range venues, or from home via the popular World Golf Tour (WGT) game. read more ...


How You Can Play Torrey Pines

Enjoying a spectacular location overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the Torrey Pines is considered to be one of America's premier municipal venues. What makes this a special place is that it's accessible to all, open to everyone. While many intensely private clubs can boast stunning layouts with history, playing them is a remote, distant chance for most of us. But at Torrey Pines, you can take in the vistas and walk in the footsteps of many a great champion. read more ...


The US Open Preview, Picks & Analysis

Bryson DeChambeau defends the US Open at Torrey Pines, where many eyes will be on record breaking local boy Phil Mickelson as he seeks more history. However, the likes of Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka and Collin Morikawa will be keen to claim America's national championship. Golfshake's Derek Clements looks ahead to the 121st US Open. read more ...


10 Players to Watch at the US Open

Always an exacting challenge, the US Open has been dominated by home players in recent years, but international stars have often etched their name into the history of America's national championship. Who will be that man this time? Golfshake's Derek Clements picks out ten names, a mixture of leading favourites and relative outsiders, who we should be watching. read more ...


How Bryson DeChambeau Brought Winged Foot to its Knees

Bryson DeChambeau produced a wonderful final-round display to win the US Open by six shots and claim the first major title of his career last year. The 27-year-old was the only player to break par at the notoriously difficult Winged Foot in New York. We take a look back at a stunning performance. read more ...


Phil Mickelson's Six Near Misses at the US Open

Phil Mickelson has endured more than his fair share of misery at the US Open. His quest to win his national title has been one of the most compelling stories of the past 25 years. Incredibly, he has finished runner-up six times. Here, we look back at Mickelson’s six near misses. read more ...


Hole by Hole Guide to Torrey Pines

The South Course at Torrey Pines is a familiar layout, being one of the two courses used for the Farmers Insurance Open. But it will be a very different beast for the US Open. When the tournament was last played here in 2008 the average score was just over 74. read more ...


Spectators Will Return to the US Open

Spectators are to be allowed to attend this year’s US Open and US Women’s Open but they will have to be vaccinated against coronavirus or provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test, while the PGA Tour announces key changes to its testing policy for later this season. read more ...


Bryson is Long, But Distance Has Always Been Key to Success

Bryson DeChambeau's dominant victory at the US Open has led to deep analysis on what his style of golf means for the game, but as Golfshake's Will Trinkwon explains, the American is not unique and distance has always been key to success at the highest level. read more ...


Bryson DeChambeau Silences Critics With Dominant US Open Victory

They said it couldn’t be done. They said that Winged Foot would bring Bryson DeChambeau to his knees. He proved them all wrong with a wonderful final round of 67 to see off Matt Wolff and win the US Open by six shots. Golfshake's Derek Clements reflects on a dominant triumph. read more ...


Winged Foot Will Provide a Psychological Test Like No Other

Collin Morikawa describes it as the most difficult golf course he has ever seen and Rory McIlroy has warned the USGA about avoiding what he described as “goofy golf”. Yes, it must be the week of the US Open, which this week is being staged at Winged Foot, a course that has a history for bringing the world’s best players to their knees. read more ...


6 Outsiders to Follow at the US Open

The likes of Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm and Collin Morikawa are among the favourites at the US Open, but that doesn't mean we couldn't see an outsider surprise them. Looking at players currently placed outside the top 50 in the Official World Golf Ranking, here are some of those possible contenders. read more ...


The US Open Preview, Picks & Analysis

The US Open returns to the fearsome Winged Foot - and it promises to be a cracker. World number one Dustin Johnson is searching for his second major victory, while the likes of Jon Rahm and Xander Schauffele are hoping to claim their first. Golfshake's Derek Clements looks ahead to the championship and analyses the venue and the main contenders. read more ...


9 Players to Watch at the US Open

The West Course at Winged Foot is ranked among the most difficult venues in the United States, a fitting stage for the US Open. Gary Woodland defends the title, but who could etch their name into history this week? Golfshake's Derek Clements picks out a group of players you should be looking out for. read more ...


The US Open By Numbers

First held 125 years ago in 1895, America's national golf championship, the US Open, has been a prominent part of the calender and defined many great moments through generations in the game. Picking out key numbers from that rich history, Golfshake's Derek Clements shares his US Open By Numbers.  read more ...


Winged Foot 2006 - The US Open Nobody Wanted to Win

The US Open returns to Winged Foot, but it will be hard to surpass the drama of its last visit in 2006. Golfshake's Derek Clements reflects on a truly remarkable major, one that saw Phil Mickelson, Colin Montgomerie, Jim Furyk and Padraig Harrington spurn an opportunity to grasp glory. read more ...


US Open Reveals New Exemption Categories

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Open was forced to switch from its original date to September at the fearsome Winged Foot Golf Club. But without normal qualifying in place, confirming the makeup of America's national championship, the USGA has revealed new exemption categories, designed to create a field of 144 golfers. read more ...


Golf Quiz #6 - How Much Do You Know About The US Open?

In the 125 years since it began, the US Open has become a distinctive part of the golf calendar, renowned for the exacting test that the organisers present to challenge the world's best -  examining both the skill and mental strength of the competitors - to identify a fitting champion. Likewise, it will be a stringent assessment of your golf knowledge to see how you navigate our latest quiz! read more ...


New Major Championship Dates Confirmed

Beginning what was scheduled to be the week of The Masters, it's been a significant day of news in golf, as the various governing bodies and organisations have revealed a newly revised plan of dates for this season's majors.  read more ...


Gary Woodland Denies History Chasing Koepka to Win US Open

Gary Woodland held off a charge from Brooks Koepka to secure his first major title at the US Open, shooting all four rounds in the 60s at Pebble Beach. Golfshake's Derek Clements recaps a memorable week on the Monterey Peninsula. read more ...


Koepka Lurks Ominously Behind Woodland and Rose at US Open

Justin Rose produced one of the best battling rounds of his career to go into the final round of the US Open at Pebble Beach just one shot behind American Gary Woodland. Ominously, however, Brooks Koepka, looking to win the tournament for the third year on the trot, lurks just four adrift. Golfshake's Derek Clements sets you up for Sunday. read more ...


Gary Woodland Leads Ahead of Major Champions at Pebble

Justin Rose remains in contention to win a second US Open after a round of 70 left him two shots behind the halfway leader Gary Woodland at Pebble Beach. Golfshake's Derek Clements reflects on the action from Friday. read more ...


Justin Rose Shoots Sparkling 65 to Lead US Open at Pebble Beach

A vintage display of putting kept Tiger Woods in the hunt for a 16th major title, but it was playing his partner Justin Rose who led the way after the first round of the US Open at Pebble Beach. Golfshake's Derek Clements reflects on the opening round in California. read more ...


How to Pick a US Open Winner

With its small greens and modest yardage, Pebble is a different beast to many of the power paradises of today, which should make for an intriguing championship with a wider array of potential contenders. But what trends are there to look out for? read more ...


8 Outsiders to Track at the US Open

Attention has rightly been placed upon two-time defending Brooks Koepka, who is seeking history, former winner Dustin Johnson, the great Tiger Woods, returning to the site of his most dominant triumph, and the in-form Rory McIlroy. However, beyond the favourites, who could secure the title and join the legends of Pebble?  read more ...


6 Reasons Why The US Open Will Be An Event For The Ages

This year's U.S. Open at Pebble Beach is greatly anticipated for a variety of reasons. From the spectacular venue itself to the storylines entering the week, Will Trinkwon picks out key factors that should make this championship hugely compelling. read more ...


5 Players to Watch at the 2019 US Open

This year's U.S. Open has the potential to be a classic. Tiger Woods is back at Pebble Beach, Brooks Koepka is chasing history, and Rory McIlroy arrives in winning form. Golfshake's Derek Clements takes a close look at five of the main contenders, the players he believes that we will see at the summit of the leaderboard on Sunday. read more ...


2019 US Open Preview, Picks and Analysis

Brooks Koepka is seeking history by winning the US Open for a third successive time, while Tiger Woods returns to Pebble Beach, site of his most dominant triumph. Golfshake's Derek Clements looks ahead to the third major of the year, analysing the main contenders, which has the ingredients to be a compelling week. read more ...


How to Follow the US Open

There are storylines aplenty at the US Open, and you'll be able to follow them closely. Being a west coast major, this is a week for the night owls and insomniacs, with those staying up late able to watch on Sky Sports or listen on BBC Radio 5 Live.  read more ...


The US Open By Numbers

The US Open returns to Pebble Beach for a sixth time. Boasting a rich and prestigious history, this event has defined many a career. With many compelling stories heading into this week, Golfshake's Derek Clements takes a look back at the key numbers that set the scene for the year's third major. read more ...


Pebble Beach Hole by Hole Guide

The U.S. Open returns to iconic Pebble Beach on the Monterey Peninsula, California. It's the sixth occasion that America's national championship has come to this spectacular venue. Known for its breathtaking seaside views and small greens, we take a look at each hole that will challenge the best players in the world. read more ...


Phil Mickelson Apologises for US Open Controversy

Following major controversy at the U.S. Open, Phil Mickelson has apologised days later in a text message sent to an exclusive mailing list of reporters and writers. read more ...


The US Open Should Be a Spectacle Not a Debacle

It's fair to say that the 2018 US Open was not without controversy, and much of that was due to the course setup at Shinnecock Hills, which was heavily criticised by many players on Saturday. Golfshake's Derek Clements believes it's time to stop the farce and make the Championship a level playing field. read more ...


Koepka Defies the Odds to Successfully Defend US Open

Brooks Koepka became the first man since Curtis Strange in 1989 to successfully defend the US Open on a day of high drama and extraordinary scoring at Shinnecock Hills. Golfshake's Derek Clements recaps a memorable Sunday, including a remarkable finish by Tommy Fleetwood. read more ...


What on earth were you thinking, Phil?

Do you agree with Derek Clements?  What he did was a flagrant breach of the rules. He should have been disqualified. Period. read more ...


Six US Open Venues That You Can Play

This year's beautifully fearsome US Open venue Shinnecock Hills is a notoriously private golf club in a famously exclusive part of Long Island, New York, but there are several courses on the rotation of America's National Championship that are easily accessible for golfers looking to walk in the footsteps of history.  read more ...


It's Time to Draw a Line Under Marquee Groups at Majors

Organisers and TV companies love them, but is it time for marquee groupings at majors to end, adopting a truly random draw? Rory McIlroy spoke on the subject recently. And Golfshake's Derek Clements believes that a line should be drawn under them. read more ...


5 Outsiders to Watch at the US Open

It's hard to look beyond the favourites at the US Open, but we have picked out five golfers who are moving somewhat under the radar with the bookmakers. These potential winners are all at least 60/1 on the latest betting and may spring a surprise on Sunday. read more ...


Severity of Greens at Shinnecock Hills Cause Stir

Organisers famously lost control of the greens at Shinnecock Hills in 2004, but while changes have been made to the course, the severity of the surfaces remains, particularly the dramatic 18th.  read more ...


Golfshake Podcast #28: US Open, Shinnecock & Bethpage Memories, Long Island Golf

In a Special US Open Edition of the Golfshake Podcast, Kieran Clark is joined Long Island golf radio show host Anthony Scorcia to preview the 2018 US Open Championship. They also look at the rich history and culture of golf on New York’s Long Island, while Anthony shares his memories of playing Shinnecock Hills, and reflections on past US Opens held at Bethpage Black. The guys take the opportunity to gaze ahead to the 2019 PGA and 2024 Ryder Cup to be held in the area, sharing a unique and local perspective into the second major of the year and golf as a whole. read more ...


2018 US Open Preview, Picks & Analysis

This year's US Open at Shinnecock Hills promises to be compelling, with many of the game's top names arriving in form and ready to be contenders. Golfshake's Derek Clements looks ahead to the second major of the year, and picks out several players who could challenge for the trophy. read more ...


7 Players to Watch at the US Open

It's hard to look beyond the major favourites ahead of this year's US Open, with so many of them arriving at Shinnecock Hills. Golfshake's Derek Clements picks out seven - and one sentimental player - to keep an eye on during the week. read more ...


The Rules and Traditions of Shinnecock Hills

The 2018 US Open venue Shinnecock Hills is a tradtional golf club that boasts an extraordinary and famous course. Derek Clements takes a look at some of the more archaic rules that define this institution on Long Island. read more ...


The Golf Course Shouldn't Make Headlines at the US Open

The US Open has infamously courted controversy through the years, including at Shinnecock Hills in 2004. Golfshake's Derek Clements takes a look at the efforts being made to ensure that is not the case in 2018. read more ...


US Open BY NUMBERS

The US Open Championship has a long and rich history, dating back to 1895. Golfshake's Derek Clements delves into the facts and figures, the looking at the numbers behind the past and present of this great event. read more ...


Hole by Hole Guide to Shinnecock Hills

Explore all 18 testing holes at Shinnecock Hills, this year's US Open venue. Regarded as being among the finest courses in the United States, take a look through flyovers and insight to learn more about the challenge of the layout. read more ...


Will Shinnecock Hills Get the US Open Back on Track?

Will the US Open's return to Shinnecock Hills restore the championship's reputation for providing the most difficult test in golf? That's the question Golfshake's Joe Hughes explores ahead of the year's second men's major. read more ...


Adam Scott Qualifies for US Open to Maintain Remarkable Major Appearance Run

Adam Scott, Andrew "Beef" Johnston, Thorbjorn Olesen and Steve Stricker were among the players who made it through U.S. Open Qualifying on Monday, with the Australian maintaining a stunning record of playing in every major since the 2001 Open. read more ...


Chronicling the Unique and Determined Career Path of Brooks Koepka

From the peaks of Aviemore to the highs of Erin Hills, Sunday in Wisconsin was the major culmination in what has been a unique career progression for Brooks Koepka, whose professional life began on Europe’s uncompromising second circuit, before impressively ascending through the ranks to the upper echelons of the game within four years. Challenge Tour to the U.S. Open. read more ...


Formidable Brooks Koepka Dominates US Open at Erin Hills

Brooks Koepka, a golfer who many said would be a future major champion, fulfilled that promise with an imperious and dominant triumph in the U.S. Open at Erin Hills. read more ...


Thomas Makes Major History on a day of Sensational Scoring

On a day the like of which the US Open has never seen before, Tommy Fleetwood kept his head, hit fairways and holed the putts that mattered to maintain his challenge in the US Open at Erin Hills.  Thomas, one of America’s most talented young stars, shot a sensational and record-breaking round of 63, nine under par. read more ...


US Open 2017 - Some can't cut it

With the cut falling at one over par, the entire field was separated by just eight shots – but for the first time since the rankings were introduced in 1986, none of the world’s top three will be around for the weekend.  Derek Clements reports. read more ...


Confident Rory Dismisses Critics of Fescue Rough at Erin Hills

Four-time major champion Rory McIlroy has dismisses critics of the thick, fescue rough that has been widely documented at this weeks U.S. Open, after the USGA had decided to cut back much of the long grass on four holes at Erin Hills. read more ...


Ten of the Most Difficult US Opens

Renowned as the most unrelentingly punishing test in the game, we take a look back through the archives to discover which U.S. Open have been the most difficult and resulted in the highest scores. read more ...


Golfshake Podcast #9 - US Open Preview

In this week's episode, Kieran Clark and Owen Davies discuss the 2017 US Open which is taking place at Erin Hills. read more ...


Rory McIlroy Praises US Open Venue

Rory McIlroy returns from injury at the US Open this week, and has been quick to praise the contentious venue Erin Hills, which has drawn a wide variety of responses. However, the 2011 champion is viewing the challenge positively. read more ...


Kevin Na Demonstrates Unplayable Fescue Rough at Erin Hills

This year's US Open venue Erin Hills has drawn a wide range of responses, with its significant fescue rough grabbing most attention. Kevin Na demonstrated just how unplayable this long grass will be, likely reducing the game's best players into hackers should they miss a fairway. read more ...


6 Questions for the 2017 US Open

There are numerous questions waiting to be answered at the US Open - will the USGA get the setup right, and will Phil Mickelson turn up on Thursday? Derek Clements picks out some of the pressing issues waiting to be settled at Erin Hills. read more ...


2017 US Open Preview, Picks & Analysis

It's time for the second major of the year, as the game's best players venture to Wisconsin to face the ominous challenge of Erin Hills, which is hosting the US Open for the first time. Derek Clements looks ahead to what should be a fascinating week, and picks out a surprise name as a potential champion. read more ...


5 Players to Follow at the 2017 US Open

It's time for the US Open, with the world's best players assembling at Erin Hills looking to secure America's national championship. Golfshake's Derek Clements picks out five players who could take the title at this year's second major. read more ...


Erin Hills - Hole by Hole Guide

Erin Hills is the venue for this week's 117th US Open, making its debut as a major championship layout. Take a look through all 18 holes of this long and punishing course, which is set to test the game's best players in Wisconsin. read more ...


The Daunting Challenge of Erin Hills

The US Open heads to Erin Hills in Wisconsin for the first time in its 117-year history. Erin Hills, located just northwest of Milwaukee, is certain to provide the world's best golfers with a terrific test but there are already concerns that it might turn out to be another Chambers Bay. read more ...


US Open Records and Stats

This year is the 117th U.S. Open Championship. Golfshake's Derek Clements delves into the numbers and picks out some of the most notable records and stats to be aware of ahead of the second men's major of the year. read more ...


Beef Leads Qualifiers at US Open

Much of the field at the US Open have come through qualifying, including the likes of Andrew 'Beef' Johnston at Walton Heath, who will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of Michael Campbell who was victorious from that route in 2005. read more ...


Rory McIlroy Set for US Open after Quinta Do Lago Stay

It's been a frustrating season for Rory McIlroy to date, having missed significant periods of the year through injury, but the four-time major champion has confirmed his return at next week's U.S. Open at Erin Hills, after spending a fortnight at the stunning Quinta do Lago Resort in Portugal. read more ...


Best Players Never to Have Won a Major

Sergio Garcia finally managed to pick up his first major victory at the Masters in April, but as we approach the US Open, who are the best players still to claim one of golf's biggest championships? Derek Clements picks out some contenders for that title. read more ...


Winners and Losers at Oakmont

Following many crushing disappointments, Dustin Johnson claimed his first major at a contentious US Open. Derek Clements takes a look at the week's biggest winners and losers. read more ...


The USGA Should Be Ashamed of Themselves

The record books will show that the 116th US Open was won by three shots by Dustin Johnson, a victory that finally brought to an end a miserable run of near-misses for the big American - they will not show that the closing stages of the tournament were overshadowed by a rules decision that defies belief. read more ...


US Open Day 1 - Oakmont Tamed by Mother Nature

When play was suspended for the day during the opening round of the 116th US Open at Oakmont, seven players were under par. The last time this championship was played here in 2007 there were a total of eight sub-par rounds during the entire tournament. read more ...


US Open Day 2 - Spieth Sets Sights on 2nd Successive Major

GET ready for some fun and games as Jordan Spieth goes for his second successive major in the company of fellow American young gun Patrick Reed at Chambers Bay. Spieth was largely overlooked in the build-up to the US Open but he maintained his composure on a trying day as all those around him lost their heads during the second round of the US Open. read more ...


US Open Day 3 Round Up

A sell-out crowd at Pinehurst No 2 had only one question as the third round of the US Open got under way. How would Martin Kaymer cope with being so far ahead of the chasing pack? read more ...


US Open Day 1: Kaymer Impresses

Martin Kaymer produced what was probably the best round of his career to lead after the first round of the US Open at Pinehurst. The German's 65 contained just one dropped shot, six birdies and a quite astonishing display of holing out and recovery shots on the rare occasions when he did find himself in trouble. read more ...


Titleist 66th Year #1 Ball at US Open [VIDEO]

This week's US Open at Pinehurst No 2 marks the continuation of the longest running success story in golf for Titleist who have been the overwhelming choice for the majority of the field for 66 consecutive years. read more ...


US Open 2014: 10 To Watch

Nick Bonfield picks out his 10 players to watch at this week's 2014 US Open - do you agree ? read more ...


2014 US Open Preview

Sports writer Derek Clements previews the forthcoming 2014 US Open which takes place at Pinehurst No2. read more ...


6 Players to Watch this Week at the US Open

Sports Writer Derek Clements looks ahead to this week's US Open and picks out his 6 players to watch. read more ...


Interview with 2005 US Open Champion Michael Campbell

The last time the US Open was played at Pinehurst the entire field finished over par apart from one man - Michael Campbell. Sadly, Campbell will not be there this time. read more ...


Wolsey Ambassador Lewis to Showcase Relaunched Line at US Open

British heritage brand Wolsey is to make its return to the Major stage at this year’s US Open, worn by tournament rookie, Tom Lewis, who will be sporting the iconic Fox logo on his apparel at the Pinehurst Resort next week. read more ...



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