Golfing World The Open: Michael Campbell
Major champion Michael Campbell shares his experience of leading The Open Championship at St. Andrews, an experience in 1995 that he learned an enormous amount from.
Golfing World: Behind the scenes at Pinehurst
We go behind the scenes at Pinehurst and talk to those in the know about the famous No. 2 course, which is set to host both the men’s and women’s U.S. Opens this year.
Golfing World: Top 10 recovery shots at the Open
We count down the top 10 recovery shots at the Open Championship.
Stat Man: Key numbers for the 114th U.S. Open
GolfChannel.com associate editor Will Gray goes inside the numbers to preview the 114th U.S. Open at Pinehurst Resort and Country Club in this week's Stat Man.
2005 U.S. Open champ Campbell announces retirement
Michael Campbell, the 2005 U.S. Open Champion, has announced his retirement from professional golf.
Campbell's comeback lasts only nine holes
This year marks the 10-year anniversary of Michael Campbell’s stunning U.S. Open title. It’s never seemed further away.
2014 U.S. Open: 5 things to know
With the 114th U.S. Open set for next week, here are five things you need to know about Pinehurst, Phil Mickelson and more.
Campbell not 'mentally ready' to play U.S. Open after separation
Former U.S. Open champion Michael Campbell will not return to Pinehurst next month, site of his breakthrough win in 2005.
Notes: Tseng presses on through horrendous slump
World No. 1 Yani Tseng continues to be marred in a prolonged slump, while Michael Campbell emerges from his slump to finish third at last week's Portugal Masters.
What We Learned: Titleholders
In this week's What We Learned, Na Yeon Choi gets a win, Rory McIlroy misses a cut, and golf never seems to end.
'05 Open champ Campbell considered quitting
Michael Campbell was close to giving up the game, but believes a new coach can help him return to form.
What We Learned: Rose coming into bloom
In this week's edition of What We Learned, we examine - among other things - why Justin Rose is the best player in the world right now.
Campbell's solo 3rd in Portugal a welcome sign
Michael Campbell, mired in an incredible slump, finished solo third in Portugal to record his first top-10 finish since 2008.