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Adam Scott dug himself into a hole Friday with a 2-over 73 in the second round of the Australian Open. Read More
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Today in Golf
Theres only one Tiger Woods. Theres more than one Justin Hicks.
Not long ago, the question wasnt so much if Tiger Woods could win the Grand Slam as whether he could win every tournament he entered this year.
The best television ratings for a final round of a U.S. Open came in 2002, when a weather delay meant the tournament didnt end until 8:38 p.m. ET.
Beware: Puttering around on golf carts can be hazardous to your health.
Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Adam Scott combined for a total of even par on Day 1 at the U.S. Open
Tiger Woods grimaced and pursed his lips, unable to disguise the pain Thursday in the U.S. Open.
Some insight after sitting ringside for the start of the clash of the heavyweights in Rd. 1.
Justin Hicks went to the golf course, took a walk around, had a beer and a sandwich. Five hours later, he spotted his name atop the U.S. Open leaderboard.
Thick rough or not, something about Torrey Pines Golf Course agrees with Kevin Streelman.
The other guy in the marquee threesome was happy with his opening round in the U.S. Open, considering hes playing with a broken bone near his right pinkie.
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Spectators at the U.S. Open had better keep their butts off Torrey Pines Golf Course: No smoking allowed.
There will be plenty of postcard Pacific views this week. But gritty, not prettys the story this week.
Golf needs more head to head rivalries. The US Open this week is packed with them!
Last year, he almost won a major. This year, he won an almost-major.
Who will win the conquer Torrey Pines this week? We take a (humorous) look at the favorites for this week's U.S. Open - for entertainment purposes only.
They grew up on a public golf course, certainly nothing as lush or scenic as Torrey Pines.
Its name is apt -- so don't get wrapped in it.
The June Gloom so typical of summer in San Diego gave way to sunshine on the eve of the U.S. Open.
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