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1930 U.S. Open

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Bobby Jones And The 1930 U.S. Open

In 1930, the world expected Bobby Jones to win the U.S. Open to inch closer to his historic Grand Slam. And that's exactly...

Ben Hogan's 1-iron approach

The Greatest Comeback In Sports History: Ben Hogan, 1950 U.S. Open

Fighting through excruciating pain, Ben Hogan captured the 1950 U.S. Open after a three-man playoff. Our John Steinbreder looks back at the captivating...

Ray’s 1920 U.S. Open Win Remembered For Vardon’s Collapse

Ted Ray won the 1920 U.S. Open at the Inverness Club in Ohio, making par on the 72nd hole to capitalize on Harry...

Asian Tour players try on Beekeeping suits during launch of GAME ON at 2020 SMBC Singapore Open

Singapore’s Sentosa Has The Bee’s Tees Of Ideas

Singapore's Sentosa Golf Club is buzzing with bees. And it's completely intentional. Our Lewine Mair has the story.

Angela Stanford

Stanford Brings Perfect Balance To U.S. Solheim Side

When U.S. Solheim Cup captain Pat Hurst called on Angela Stanford to see if Stanford was interested being an assistant captain next year...

Justin Rose Kate Rose

Justin and Kate Rose Make Remarkable Contribution To The Women’s Game

Women pros in the UK waiting for the LET to start up again now have a place to play, thanks to Justin Rose...

Toney Penna

Toney Penna: A Name And A Man Worth Remembering

As a player, a teacher, a clubmaker and a businessman, Toney Penna made his mark on the game. Penna's golf story began at...

Morgan Pressel

Amateurs Have Rich History At U.S. Women’s Open

Few professional tournaments have showcased amateurs like the U.S. Women's Open has. Our Sean Fairholm has the story.

Annika Sorenstam, 1996 U.S. Women's Open trophy

Back-To-Back Titles Launch Annika’s Legend

Consecutive U.S. Women's Open titles lifted Annika Sörenstam's name into the public consciousness and sent her on the way to a Hall of...

Michelle Wie, 2014 U.S. Open trophy

2014 U.S. Women’s Open A High Point In Wie’s Career 

Who can forget Michelle Wie's U.S. Women's Open victory at Pinehurst in 2014? In what would have been U.S. Women's Open week this...

Laura Davies at 1987 U.S. Women's Open Laura Davies

Davies’ 1987 U.S. Women’s Open Victory A Breakthrough Triumph

Dame Laura Davies would win three additional majors after her first – the 1987 U.S. Women's Open. But with her playoff victory at...

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The Isle Of Islay And Its Remarkable Legacy In The Game

Our John Steinbreder says the Machrie links, originally designed by Willie Campbell and opened in 1891, is one of his favorite tracks in...