Americans looking to take back Open title
The American women have taken charge of the 2014 season. The resurgence would go to yet another level if they can take back the U.S. Women’s Open trophy this week.
Wie: 'Starting second part of my career' at just 24
Michelle Wie, 24, has paid her dues and believes the second part of her career is underway. Is she ready to win a major?
Equipment: Women adjusting bags for Pinehurst
Golf Digest equipment editor Mike Stachura talks about what changes women are making in their bags for the U.S. Women's Open.
For the USGA, brown is the new beautiful
From The Donald to Rex Hoggard's mother-in-law, the new-look Pinehurst had detractors. Consider the USGA unconcerned.
Salas WDs from U.S. Women's Open with food poisoning
Lizette Salas withdrew from U.S. Women’s Open before the start of the second round on Friday morning.
Wie wins first major at U.S. Women's Open
Michelle Wie finally got the major monkey off her back, winning the U.S. Women's Open by two strokes at Pinehurst No. 2.
Nice start: Meadow finishes third in pro debut
Stephanie Meadow will never forget her debut as a professional.
Punch Shot: More back-to-back U.S. Opens?
The USGA's double dip at Pinehurst No. 2 was a huge gamble and a huge success. Should they do it again? And where?
Wie, 24, twerks, drinks, acts 24 after U.S. Open win
Michelle Wie scored the biggest victory of her life on Sunday, winning the U.S Women's Open and claiming her long-awaited first major.
Adam Sandler sends Wie flowers after Open win
After her U.S. Women's Open win, Michelle Wie got flowers from Happy Gilmore himself - Adam Sandler.