Doug Ferguson

Editorial Staff

ARTICLES BY Doug Ferguson

  • Anthony Kim pressed a cell phone against his ear as he listened to Tiger Woods, the tournament host of the AT&T National, congratulate him on another impressive victory that seemed to mark the arrival of Americas next great golfer.

  • The U.S. Open moved one round closer to a conclusion Sunday afternoon, even if very little was settled on soggy Bethpage Black and the champion would not be decided for at least one more day. Ricky Barnes scratched out an even-par 70 and kept his one-shot lead over Lucas Glover.

  • The final round of the U.S. Open has been suspended, and not a moment too soon for Ricky Barnes.

  • Rain has stopped play in the third round of the U.S. Open at soggy Bethpage Black.

  • One by one, they climbed the steep hill toward the 18th green at Bethpage Black in what resembled a parade of major champions Friday in the U.S. Open.

  • Tiger Woods couldnt get off the course fast enough. Mike Weir, Lucas Glover, Ricky Barnes and Phil Mickelson were among those on the right side of the rain at the U.S. Open and thrilled they didnt have to leave until it was too dark to continue

  • Anthony Kim has lost the dynamic game that made him one of the PGA Tours rising stars last summer, and knows that Bethpage Black in full U.S. Open trim is an unlikely place to find it.

  • Anthony Kim played a full practice round at Bethpage Black last week, and feels as though he knows where to go. He also caddied at the U.S. Open course last week, and knows where not to go.

  • Padraig Harrington hasnt changed a thing about the way he approaches golf. Its just that people pay more attention now.

  • Tiger Woods began his final practice round of the U.S. Open by hitting a 5-wood for his second shot on a par 4, which is rare for someone with his power. Stranger still was that it wasnt enough club to reach the 10th green.