- Golf prodigy Mariah Stackhouse makes pro debut Updated: Jun-30-16 12:10 pm
PORTLAND, Oregon - Recently Mariah Stackhouse was flipping through some old photos, and she came across a few of herself playing golf when she was just a little kid.
- Johnson gets back to work as a US Open champion Updated: Jun-30-16 2:49 am
AKRON, Ohio - Dustin Johnson was on the range at Firestone for an hour and was lucky if he hit more than a dozen shots.
- Webb running out of time for Olympic dream Updated: Jun-28-16 8:17 pm
AKRON, Ohio - One of Karrie Webb's greatest thrills was carrying the Olympic torch on the eve of the Sydney Games in 2000. She had a cousin who played for the Australian women's basketball team in the 1984 Olympics, and she has been a huge fan since then.
- Golf back in the Olympics after 112 years, but for how long? Updated: Jun-28-16 4:37 pm
AKRON, Ohio - For the longest time, golf's biggest headache in preparing for a return to the Olympics was getting a new course built in Rio de Janeiro.
- McIlroy, Mickelson and Fowler miss cut at US Open Updated: Jun-18-16 3:52 pm
OAKMONT, Pennsylvania - Rory McIlroy arrived at the U.S. Open searching for his game.
- Steady Westwood back in contention at US Open Updated: Jun-17-16 11:58 am
OAKMONT, Pennsylvania - Lee Westwood looked right at home in the rain at water-logged Oakmont. Maybe because it reminded him of home.
- Pushing the 'Restart' Button for Round 1 of US Open Updated: Jun-17-16 3:27 am
OAKMONT, Pennsylvania - Might as well hit the "restart" button on this U.S. Open.
- Stimpmeter: How a 3-foot-long ramp breaks golfers' hearts Updated: Jun-16-16 3:16 pm
OAKMONT, Pennsylvania - A 3-foot-long ramp invented in the 1930s could have more say about who wins the U.S. Open come Sunday than all the swing coaches, sports psychologists and fitness gurus in the wide world of golf combined.
- Oakmont among courses defined by major champions Updated: Jun-16-16 3:00 am
OAKMONT, Pennsylvania - One measure of a great golf course is the quality of its champions.
- Arnold Palmer not able to attend US Open Updated: Jun-15-16 7:26 pm
OAKMONT, Pennsylvania - Arnold Palmer made it to the Masters in April and watched Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player hit honorary tee shots.
- The 5 toughest US Opens ever Updated: Jun-15-16 2:50 am
OAKMONT, Pennsylvania - The U.S. Open is known as the toughest test in golf, and it usually lives up to its reputation.
- Berger confident heading to US Open after 1st PGA title Updated: Jun-13-16 2:25 am
MEMPHIS, Tennessee - Nobody has won a PGA Tour event and followed up by winning the U.S. Open the next week. Daniel Berger is confident enough in how he's playing to believe he can make a little history.
- Oakmont requires crash course ahead of toughest test in golf Updated: Jun-12-16 10:11 am
OAKMONT, Pennsylvania - Sam Parks Jr. rates among the most unlikely winners in U.S. Open history, especially compared with the Hall of Fame list of champions at Oakmont.
- Shell to end longtime sponsorship with Houston Open Updated: Jun-08-16 7:17 pm
HOUSTON - Shell Oil Co. has decided not to extend its title sponsorship of the Houston Open after next year, ending the third-longest running title sponsorship on the PGA Tour.
- Mickelson says he needs to be wary of company he keeps Updated: Jun-01-16 6:30 pm
DUBLIN, Ohio - Phil Mickelson said he was disappointed to get caught up in a federal investigation that linked him to an insider trader scheme and that he needed to be more responsible for the company he keeps off the golf course.