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DeChambeau counters Pinehurst’s punches

Pinehurst No. 2 is everything a U.S. Open should be: challenging, maddening and a place where bogeys are as prevalent as Skittles at...



Galvin Green offers multi-layered waterproof creations

In the tradition of Swedish innovation, Galvin Green's high-performing, elevated apparel is meant to be effective in any weather, using functional materials designed...


Questions await Rory McIlroy on U.S. Open weekend

Before and during major championships, questions whirl around Rory McIlroy much as squawking seagulls hover overhead when the fishing boats return to port....


Golf’s greatest showman

DeChambeau stars under U.S. Open’s big top

Bryson DeChambeau mashes golf balls like car crushers turn old Chevrolets into giant doorstops, and that's only part of his allure.


Pinehurst gives as much as it gets in Open

Place the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2 and it can feel as tough as the slog back from a long day at...


A salute to the ‘most important man in Pinehurst’

The most important man in Pinehurst this week may be someone with whom you are not familiar. Few people are, and yet they...


Finding her lane

Gabby DeGasperis, 16, rises as golf social-media star

A golfer having a strong social media following isn't all that unusual. But more than 450,000 followers? For a 16-year-old? That's rarified air,...


A natural menace

Pinehurst looms as U.S. Open danger zone

It’s easy to find words that describe Pinehurst. Charming. Quaint. Timeless. This week may add a new one to the list: Dangerous.


‘The guy to beat’

Scheffler enters U.S. Open as a pure force

World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler enters the 124th U.S. Open as a mental and physical force.


Pinehurst and Tiger: Changes abound

Tiger Woods, 48, returns to the “home of American golf” in an effort to again win the national championship.


Pinehurst embraces immortals at World Golf Hall of Fame

PINEHURST, NORTH CAROLINA | Pádraig Harrington stood at a lectern, his head cocked characteristically to one side, a smile playing on his face....


A final bow

Griffin wraps up MVP role in promoting U.S. Open

With the same energy and determination that got her into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, Mimi Griffin has shined as USGA’s lead...