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Jordan Spieth Wins U.S. Open After Dustin Johnson Three-Putts 18

After a weekend of gripes about the state of Chambers Bay and the difficulty of the course, Jordan Spieth delivered a masterful second shot on the par-5 18th hole, one that played the wild geometry of the green like a putt-putt course and set the reigning Masters champion up for a two-putt birdie that awarded him… » 6/21/15 10:29pm 6/21/15 10:29pm

Fox Is Still Struggling With Basic Facts About Golfers

It’s the final round of the U.S. Open, and viewers have had myriad and legitimate gripes about Fox in its first year as the tournament’s official broadcaster. One common theme has highlighted the network’s announcers and their lack of knowledge or preparation; here’s an example, in which former British Open champion… » 6/21/15 9:17pm 6/21/15 9:17pm

Jason Day Collapses On 9th Hole At U.S. Open

Jason Day collapsed while walking on the 9th fairway at Chambers Bay while trying to finish his final hole of the second round. It made for a terrifying scene as orange-shirted medics treated the Australian PGA pro, who sat tied for seventh place at the time of the incident. Day has a history of dizzy spells; Fox… » 6/19/15 4:56pm 6/19/15 4:56pm

Rickie Fowler's Dominance Of The Island Green, Illustrated

Rickie Fowler responded to his fellow golfers’ declaring him “most overrated” by beating out Sergio Garcia and Kevin Kisner in a Players Championship playoff on a Sunday that found him carding three separate birdies on the TPC Sawgrass 17th “Island Green”—a hole that averaged over par for the tournament. » 5/11/15 1:30pm 5/11/15 1:30pm

J.B. Holmes Bonks Spectator In The Head With Errant Shot

Jim Furyk defeated J.B. Holmes five-and-three today at the Match Play, and Holmes’s situation certainly wasn’t helped on the 10th when his shot bounced off a tree and right onto a spectator’s dome. The chap went down hard, and if you listen closely to this replay you can hear the ball crack against his skull: » 5/02/15 6:38pm 5/02/15 6:38pm

TV Station Interrupts Sudden Death-Winning Putt To Report On Weather

Savannah golf fans watching the final, tournament-winning putt of the Heritage Classic at Hilton Head on local CBS affiliate WTOC never saw Jim Furyk’s birdie in sudden death, nor his energetic celebration. That’s because a weatherman broke in at the very moment of tension to report that there were no tornado watches,… » 4/19/15 7:21pm 4/19/15 7:21pm