Congressional may split time as host of Tiger's Tour stop
It seems there will be more than just a new sponsor for Tiger Woods’ annual PGA Tour event in Bethesda, Md., in coming years.
GMac critical of Congressional conditions
You almost had to rub your eyes looking at the U.S. Open leaderboards Saturday as you made your way around Congressional Country Club.
U.S. Open groupings are the Noah's Ark of golf
The USGA had a little fun with its pairings process, taking three of everything and putting em together.
Course changes offer no walk in the park
In kind terms Congressionals new 10th hole, reversed and demoted from the 1997 U.S. Open that was played on the Blue Course, is a good way to get from the ninth green to the 11th tee.
AT&T National potentially on the move
While the AT&T National is set to return to Congressional Country Club the next three years, players are suggesting an alternate D.C. venue.
Tee to Green: Congressional's Blue Course
Frank Nobilo offers up an in-depth look at some of the key holes and components to Congressional's Blue Course , site of the 111th U.S. Open.
USGA announces Open groupings
The groupings have been released for the first two rounds of the 2011 U.S. Open at Congressional.
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Rory McIlroy advises LeBron James on getting through a tough loss to the Dallas Mavericks and the player who replaced Tiger Woods at Congressional is becoming popular.
Randall Mell writes that Congressional's 18th will challenge nerve and skill in trying to close out a victory Sunday.
The names you don't know
The U.S. Open is all about opportunity. Jason Sobel tells the tales of 10 less-than-familiar names at the U.S. Open.