What could possibly go wrong? Based on the recent run of U.S. Open mishaps, that's a question that lingers for some of golf's best players.
The Associated Press interviewed a dozen people who practiced, competed or walked alongside Tiger Woods during that landmark victory.
Tiger Woods got off to a slower start than he would have liked Thursday at the memorial, and he trails leader Ryan Moore by five after the first round.
Brooks Koepka delivered on the biggest stage again, this time with Tiger Woods at his side.
He was away from golf for two years, and his world ranking plummeted. For Sangmoon Bae, the re-entry to the PGA Tour has not gone as well as he would have liked.
John Daly has been approved to use a cart in the PGA Championship because of an injured right knee. He will be the first player to ride a cart at a major since Casey Martin in 1998 and 2012.
The Wells Fargo figured to be a big winner in the new compact PGA Tour schedule. It would seem to be the perfect place to get geared up for the year's second major. That hasn't been the case.
Tiger Woods knew he was back in the game at the Masters on the 12th hole. From there, Woods used the leaderboard to his advantage as he marched toward his fifth green jacket.
Justin Thomas is the latest PGA Tour player to launch a foundation, and it wasn't anything he threw together overnight. The Justin Thomas Foundation officially launched last Wednesday.
The charge on the second nine at Augusta National was among the best, this one by a woman.