50th anniversary: Remembering Venturi
2014 is the 50th anniversary of Ken Venturi's improbable U.S. Open victory. Watch Live From the US Open 7PM ET.
A family affair: Thadius and Willie McRae
This sentimental story covers a father and son who started a tradition as caddies on Pinehurst No. 2. Watch Live From the US Open 7PM ET.
Remembering the late, great Payne Stewart
This feature describes Payne Stewart's rise to the top and how he met his greatest achievement, his wife. Watch Live From the US Open 7PM ET.
Over the edge: 2004 U.S. Open at Shinnecock
John Feinstein recalls the 2004 U.S. Open, when the USGA pushed Shinnecock Hills past the edge of fairness during the final round. Watch Live From the U.S. Open 7PM ET.
Chief speak: Davis on No. 2 Sunday setup
Steve Burkowski gets the ins and outs from USGA executive director Mike Davis, about the new pin locations and course set up. Watch Live From the US Open 7PM ET.who has had a conversation with the man who sets up the golf course , Mike Davis . Steve, hello again. Good morning, Kelly. Once again, spoke with Mike Davis as he was setting up the golf course earlier here on Sunday for the final round of the US Open Championship. Now, when you look at Saturday, a very difficult and challenging golf course , just two players broke par. In the third round, and Steve was alluding to it, a very different setup here on Sunday when I caught up with Mike, he told me what the players can expect to see. Similar golf course in terms of firmness and speed. But in terms of hole locations, there's gonna be a lot more gettable holes. This waspar fives will also be reachable, and then obviously we've got our Payne Stewart hole location from that iconic moment on, on the 18th green from 1999. So, I think it's gonna be a really exciting final round of the US Open . Potential drama and theater on tap here for the final round at Pinehurst Number Two, and keep in mind, this is the beginning of a big two week stretch as the US Women's Open will take place this upcoming week. Registration and the practice range for the ladies open at noon, so the possibilities of seeing the women get out here and warm up and get ready for the week ahead. Pinehurst Number Seven, another of the great golf courses here in the Sandhills of North Carolina, has been available to the ladies. Mike Davis telling me the greens very similar to what they will see here this week. The course will be open for the women on Monday morning, and Kelly, right now a playoff scenario, not very likely, at least so far for Monday. But if a playoff does occur, you could see competitors trying to win the men's US Open with on either side, maybe on the eighth hole or the tenth hole, women practicing for the upcoming US Women's Open. So
O'Toole: New Pinehurst course setup
Newly elected president of the USGA, Tom O'Toole, Jr. talks with Kelly Tilghman about the newly renovated Pinehurst No. 2 course. Watch Live From the US Open 7PM ET.said it best when they said, yeah, we're coming back to a US Open at Pinehurst, but this is a different Pinehurst. And that's what we've seen this week. We caught a couple of glimpses of
Time for nine: Breaking down Pinehurst's front nine
Steve Flesch and Brad Faxon examine the front nine on moving day at the U.S. Open. Watch Live From the US Open 7PM ET.to make this hole now. One of the longest par fours in US Open history, it can play up to 529 yards. It's a dog leg to the left, and you saw Dunsten Johnson hit a
That's next level: Fitzpatrick on turning pro
Matt Fitzpatrick speaks with Steve Burkowski about his decision to go pro after the U.S. Open. Watch Live From the US Open 7PM ET.these first few days of Pinehurst to play alongside the defending champ Phil Mickelson and also make it to the weekend. It's yeah, it's been fantastic. The experience, is, it's been great. Playing with Phil and