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Phil Mickelson's initial remorselessness was always worse than his playing a moving ball. His apology is better late than never. Read More
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Will Gray assesses co-leader Tony Finau's chances to win the 118th U.S. Open.
John Cook thinks Phil Mickelson should have been disqualified for hitting a moving ball during the third round of the 118th U.S. Open.
Robert Damron doesn't buy Phil Mickelson's explanation that he was using the rules of golf to his advantage by hitting a moving ball.
John Cook reacts to Phil Mickelson hitting a moving ball on the 13th green during the third round of the 118th U.S. Open.
Robert Damron and John Cook ponder how the 118th U.S. Open will be remembered.
Robert Damron and John Cook react to Saturday course conditions at the 118th U.S. Open.
USGA Chief Executive Officer Mike Davis explains what went wrong with Shinnecock Hills course conditions on Saturday at the 118th U.S. Open.
Playing in the day’s toughest conditions, Brooks Koepka managed to avoid the big mistakes that cost so many players.
Who will walk away with the trophy at Shinnecock Hills? Our writers debate who they think will prevail Sunday at the 118th U.S. Open.
Everything was going swimmingly for Dustin Johnson - and the USGA - and then came Saturday at Shinnecock. It was an exhausting day for all involved.
World No. 1 Dustin Johnson put up a 77 Saturday at the U.S. Open and was almost proud of it. That’s how brutal Shinnecock Hills became in the third round.
Of the many things the USGA got wrong on Saturday, the biggest might have been the disparity between the morning and afternoon waves at Shinnecock Hills.
Daniel Berger and Tony Finau began Day 3 of the 118th U.S. Open 11 shots off the lead and yet, they'll be playing in the final pairing on Sunday.
USGA CEO Mike Davis speaks with the media about a phone conversation he had with Phil Mickelson after his round on Saturday at the U.S. Open..
Phil Mickelson called the USGA's Mike Davis to ask whether the rules required that he be disqualified for his strange penalty on Saturday.
Geoff Shackelford joins Todd Lewis to review his takeaways from Round 3 of the U.S. Open.
Brandel Chamblee, David Duval, and Frank Nobilo sound off on the USGA and issues at the U.S. Open.
The USGA promised us 2018 would not be a repeat of 2004, yet they again let luck - and not players' skill - determine the championship.
Many players in the field sounded off about the unpredictability of the greens and the pin placement at the U.S. Open.
Daniel Berger reflects on his third round at Shinnecock and his overall mindset in the game of golf.

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