Time to Put a Win in the Bank
7/24/06 -- This week, the PGA TOUR stops in Wisconsin for the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee. It's a good opportunity for a potential first-time winner, or for a veteran to get a win for the first time in a while.
Slow and Steady Wins the Race
7/24/05 --Ben Crane used a chip-in eagle on Sunday to shoot a 1-under 69 and cruise to victory at the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee.
Crane Clubhouse Leader In Milwaukee
7/22/05 -- Ben Crane, of all people, accelerated his golf game Friday night.
Final Scores and Earnings from the US Bank
7/31/06 -- Final scores and earnings from Corey Pavin's victory at the U.S. Bank Championship in Wisconsin.
Eight is Enough at US Bank
7/22/04 -- Eight golfers shot 5-under 65 Thursday and were tied for the lead at the U.S. Bank Championship, formerly known as the Greater Milwaukee Open.
Milwaukee Event Breathes a Little Easier
7/19/05 -- The U.S. Bank Championship is definitely greener this summer. Without the PGA Championship looming as it did last summer, corporate support has been higher.
Pavin and 17-Year-Old Headline in Milwaukee
7/18/07 -- Corey Pavin has only glanced at the field at this week's U.S. Bank Championship. He wouldn't see a whole lot of names he knows, anyway.
Pavin Maintains Lead Over Local Favorite
7/29/06 -- Corey Pavin birdied five holes, but made his first three bogeys of the tournament, to shoot a 2-under 68 and move to 17-under 193 on the Brown Deer Park Golf Course.
Pavin Rides Front-Nine 26 to Lead
7/27/06 -- Corey Pavin, the 1995 U.S. Open winner, established a new PGA TOUR record on Thursday when posted a front-nine, 8-under-par 26 in the first round of the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee.
Pavin Still Leads as Play Again Suspended
7/28/06 -- Corey Pavin is still on top the leaderboard during the suspended second round of the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee at Brown Deer Park Golf Course.