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Today in Golf
Rain delays are rare in the U.S. Open unless it happens to being played on Long Island.
Phil Mickelson turned toward the raucous Bethpage Black gallery as his first round was ending and nodded, acknowledging their cheers.
Tiger Woods would have liked to have been able to clean the mud off his ball Friday in the U.S. Open at soggy Bethpage Black.
Chris Tidland, Gavin Coles and Jason Enloe finished atop the leaderboard after Friday's second round of the Fort Smith Classic.
Fans who attended Thursdays rain-shortened opening round of the U.S. Open at Bethpage Black will be able to use that ticket to see any golf played Monday or get a partial refund if play ends Sunday.
One by one, they climbed the steep hill toward the 18th green at Bethpage Black in what resembled a parade of major champions Friday in the U.S. Open.
Its almost impossible to find a golfer who doesnt use the words difficult or long in describing Bethpage Black.
One of the Nationwide Tours top events slashed its purse nearly in half Friday because of a lack of sponsorships.
At every turn Friday at Bethpage Black, there was evidence of a cosmic conspiracy.
There are two ways to view Tiger Woods opening round in defense of his U.S. Open title. Bad. And worse.
From opening the floodgates to opening the hearts of fans, the Cut Line covers wide Open spaces.
When the sun finally came out Friday afternoon, Bethpage Black dried a bit and was there for the taking. Mike Weir took advantage better than anyone.
Do you know any golfer who is satisfied with how far they hit the ball? Most of us can use more power in our swing and more distance off the tee and in the fairways.
The first round of the U.S. Open started Thursday. The end is not yet in sight.
Wade Ormsby fired a 6-under 65, the lowest round of the day on a windy Friday, to take a one-stroke lead after two rounds of the Saint-Omer Open.
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – Well, water is still everywhere here at Bethpage Black, but it’s only on the ground and not falling from the skies. Yet.