June 11, 2012 | SANDY TATUM
Not the type to dwell in the past, the 91-year-old author, a former president of the USGA, offers his vision of what the U.S. Open might look like in the future
March 05, 2012 | SCOTT McCARRON
Last month, during the week of Pebble Beach, the USGA and the R&A announced that they were taking a "fresh look" at implementing an antianchoring rule. Asked for his opinion, Tiger Woods referred to himself as a...
June 27, 2011 | John Garrity
The venue that first hosted the U.S. Open in 1964 was supposed to supremely test the world's best, but heavy rains rendered Congressional and its subsurface moisture-control system defenseless
June 13, 2011 | Gary Van Sickle
Every U.S. Open course has at least one hole that gets your attention. The renovated Blue course at Congressional has two—the 18th hole.
April 25, 2011 | STEVE RUSHIN
Athletes should watch what they say—everyone else does