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Today in Golf

The Golf Guy and Birdie Bailey decided to go all Harold Lederman and break down a potential fight between Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods.
Make no mistake, Bubba Watson will be trying to outplay Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson in his grouping Thursday and Friday at the U.S. Open, but hell be getting an education, too.
Gary Williams sits down for a one on one with US Ryder Cup captain, Davis Love III
There is only one player in the U.S. Open field that can match the complete game of Tiger Woods, according to Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee.
No one has repeated at the U.S. Open since '89. Can Rory McIlroy end that streak? He - and his bobblehead - say yes.
Luke Donald spoke to the press Tuesday at The Olympic Club in San Francisco. For complete video coverage of the U.S.
Phil Mickelson doesnt care that he and Tiger Woods wont talk much Thursday and Friday at the U.S. Open. He just relishes the challenge of playing face-to-face with the man who has dominated the era.
The opening six holes have been classified as a treacherous stretch where players could ruin a round. Phil Mickelson doesnt necessarily agree.
At the 1998 U.S. Open played at The Olympic Club the opening hole ranked as the easiest for the week, while No. 17 was the hardest. That will change for this weeks championship and it has almost nothing to do with deeper rough or tightened fairways.
Phil Mickelson spoke to the press Tuesday at The Olympic Club in San Francisco and said he was happy to be back at Olympic. For complete video coverage of the U.S.
Steve Stricker knows what it takes to win a U.S. Open at The Olympic Club. He was paired with Lee Janzen in the final round in 98 when Janzen won.
It's no small task to rank the 156 guys playing this week at Olympic, but this scribe figured it would be a fun exercise.
Even the great Tiger Woods can't match Andy Zhang with this accomplishment - youngest to ever play in U.S. Open.
Take a look inside the numbers to see who has a chance to contend for the season's second major championship.
Matt Kuchar spoke to the press Tuesday at The Olympic Club in San Francisco. For complete video coverage of the U.S.
Tiger Woods hasn't won a major in four years. A U.S. Open victory would be a huge step in catching Jack Nicklaus.
When will Tiger Woods complete his return to what he used to be? When he wins another major.
Rory McIlroy is more concerned with throwing out the first pitch Tuesday night at the San Francisco Giants game against the Houston Astros.
Morgan Pressel can understand if 14-year-old Andy Zhang feels overwhelmed this week at the U.S. Open.
For the past 15 years, seemingly every player on the PGA Tour has been asked to answer questions about Tiger Woods at one time or another.