2014 Men’s Major Review: Kaymer dominates U.S Open
Catch the action from the 2014 U.S. Open. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
USGA year in review: Kaymer dominates Pinehurst
Martin Kaymer dominated the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst while Erik Compton, a two-time heart transplant recipient, finished runner-up. Watch Golf Central 6PM ET.
Rank and file: Best and worst 2013 majors
Steve Sands, Geoff Shackelford, John Feinstein and David Fay each rank the Major Championships from best to worst.
Prep time: Lefty's plans for U.S. Open at Pinehurst
Phil Mickelson looks back at 1999 and 2005 U.S. Open Championships and shares how he preps for Major championships with Morning Drive’s Gary Williams and Charlie Rymer. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
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.-You're a big U.S. Open guy. You're a big golf course design guy. Here's what you guys think now in retrospect of how the week went at Merion? -Go ahead, Jim. -Oh, it was a homerun. I mean, with all the things that could've gone wrong, everything just about went right. There are a couple little things that- -Do we have the tape in- -Night before the whole thing started? -Oh, yeah. -We have that with a few of your tapes. -Love them all. -Let's replay me defending the golf course . I was a little soft, but I didn't know they were gonna put every hole on top of the [unk]. -Here we go. Here we go. -No. And that's one thing if you talk to the players in hind sight. They don't really think very highly of the setup at Merion. They felt like it took a lot of weight from them in terms of creativity and being able to be aggressive and- but that's little stuff. In general, it was- Merion was spectacular. -Remember, a lot of people were saying, well, 12-under's gonna win. 12-under's gonna win. And Robert Karlsson who's not the funniest guy in all of golf, but he's a good guy. He was walking by on Sunday morning on