Temperatures plunged into the mid-50s by the time Brooks Koepka finished up his third round of the U.S. Open.
Here’s a look at the final-round tee times, as Gary Woodland and Justin Rose will, for the second consecutive day, be in the final pairing.
Every time Gary Woodland appeared shaky on the back nine Saturday at Pebble Beach, he steadied himself and made huge par saves.
The purse for the 2019 U.S. Open is set for $12.5 million, tied with The Players as the highest in golf, and $500,000 more than last year's national championship. Here's a full prize money payout.
The par-4 third hole at Pebble Beach is playing as one of the easiest holes this week at the U.S. Open, but Friday, Ian Poulter made it look like the most challenging.
Rickie Fowler struck the ball very well in Round 1 and shot 66 at the U.S. Open. But Brandel Chamblee warned, he better keep it in the fairway if he wants to stay in contention.
Pebble Beach was very receptive to scoring early on Day 1 of the 119th U.S. Open, and a number of players took advantage. Among the, Rickie Fowler and Rory McIlroy.
While the active champions in this week's were playing practice rounds at Pebble Beach, another batch of U.S. Open winners was having a reunion before the reunion — at Cypress Point.
Only Dustin Johnson has a chance to move to world No. 1 this week at the U.S. Open. A win would be the most secure, but there are other scenarios to overtake his buddy Brooks Koepka.
The USGA doesn’t host a Reunion of Champions every year, but after the dinner Tuesday evening at Pebble Beach, Rory McIlroy wished it would.