Rose relishes tough test of a U.S. Open
Justin Rose reflects on his 2013 U.S. Open victory at Merion and looks to use what he learned from that experience at the 2015 U.S. Open.
Of course: Classic venues that need to host majors
Steve Sands, Geoff Shackelford, John Feinstein and David Fay express which golf courses they think the PGA Tour should be taking advantage of in 2014 and which courses around the nation should be renovated.
Open and shut: Recalling the week at Merion
Steve Sands, Geoff Shackelford, John Feinstein and David Fay discuss the week at Merion during the U.S. Open Championship.
Grey Goose: Debating the best images of 2013
Steve Sands, Geoff Shackelford, John Feinstein and David Fay talk best images of 2013 with Adam Scott's Masters win topping the list.
Lefty reliving early major struggles in hunt for U.S. Open
Phil Mickelson is a win short of the Grand Slam, but his ongoing hunt for a U.S. Open feels a lot like his quest for his first major.
Strange: A Rose repeat would be 'fantastic'
It’s been a quarter-century since the last back-to-back U.S. Open champion, and Justin Rose is the only player who can break that trend this week.
Golfing World: Justin Rose - Ryder Cup 2014
Justin Rose's Ryder Cup record is next to go under Golfing World's microscope ahead of him lining up for Team Europe at Gleneagles.Since capturing his first major championship at Marion in 2013, Justin Rose has become one of the game's most consistent players. His back to back victories this season at the Quicken Loans National and the Scottish Open. Have seen him move into the top five of the world and cement his place firmly in the European Ryder Cup team. Justin was a member of the losing European team in 2008, and played a major part in the 2012 Miracle at Medina. He remains undefeated in Sunday singles. And when partnered with Ian Poulter has won 4 lost none. In 2012 the English pair picked up where they left off at Val Halla, showing great team work they successfully defeated some of the US lineups finest pairings. Over the first two days, Justin's smooth swing produced some fantastic approach shots In the Friday foursomes, they beat Tiger Woods, Steve Stricker , and then took on the big hitting duo of Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson. Simpson needed a hole, a 15 footer on the final green to salvage a half, when the ball shaved