For The Record: Creamer on the Pinehurst double
Paula Creamer discusses her thoughts on back-to-back men's and women's U.S. Opens at Pinehurst No. 2 this year.
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?
After Further Review: Open win could be just the start for Wie
After Further Review, if Michelle Wie's confidence continues to grow, this could be the beginning of something special.
Wie's Open win offers perfect end, promising future
Michelle Wie authored the perfect ending to the Pinehurst double and presented a promising future for the women's game.
Notes: Part-timer Stricker thinking British Open?
Steve Stricker hasn't booked his flight to the British Open, and he probably won't.
Punch Shot: Which roller-coaster ride you going on?
It's been a wild ride recently for Bubba, Phil, Adam and Rory. Who's roller coaster are our writers jumping on for the U.S. Open?
Day healthy and ready to contend again at U.S. Open
Jason Day insists he's fully healed and ready for this week’s U.S. Open.
Phil loves Pinehurst - Just. Like. Every. Open. Venue.
Looking back over the years, Mickelson has been effusive in his praise for U.S. Open setups prior to each one beginning – including this week.
Swing coach Ruggiero a busy man at Pinehurst
The 114th U.S. Open promises to be a hectic week for Tony Ruggiero, who's coaching three first-time entrants.
McIlroy wants to 'prove to others' that he can win with patience
Rory McIlroy says he is “relishing the challenge” of having to fire away from flags, to rely on his creativity and imagination, to scramble and grind out pars.
Is Day ready for a major breakthrough?
Jason Day has been knocking on the door of a first major win for some time now. The U.S. Open presents another opportunity.