To list all of Phil Mickelson's close calls, meltdowns and shortfalls at the U.S. Open is to peer into a particularly tortured chapter of the history of one of golf's greatest champions.
Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose - all U.S. Open champions - will be playing the opening two rounds together at the Open at Pebble Beach.
The U.S. Open's return to Pebble Beach coincides with the 100-year anniversary of the golf course with the most famous coastline in American golf.
A couple of key changes have stacked the odds against Dustin Johnson as he tries to defend his RBC Canadian Open title.
It's where Cantlay has been that explains why his victory at the Memorial got so much attention, even if it wasn't worthy of the front of sports pages.
Jason Dufner is going back to the U.S. Open for the 10th straight year, and this time he had to play his way in through one of 10 qualifiers across three countries.
Patrick Cantlay got another handshake with Jack Nicklaus, this time as the Memorial winner.
Martin Kaymer is 18 holes away from ending five years without a victory.
Two-time major champion Martin Kaymer is tied for the lead going into the weekend at the Memorial.
Ryan Moore opened with five birdies in seven holes and never missed a fairway after the first one, posting a 7-under 65 for his best start in his 14th appearance at Muirfield Village.