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Johnny Miller: Justin Thomas' 63 not as good as mine

Your browser does not support iframes. ERIN, Wisconsin — After carding a 9-under 63 in the third round of the U.S. Open, the lowest round to par in the 117-year history of the tournament, Justin Thomas was asked what he might say to Johnny Miller when he sees him. Show More Summary

Get to know your leaders heading into the U.S. Open's final (?) day

It’s the final day of the U.S. Open, and you’re settling in to watch some of the finest golfers on the planet challenge Erin Hills in Wisconsin. Only … who the heck are these guys? Where’s Dustin Johnson? Rory McIlroy? Jason Day? For...Show More Summary

U.S. Open 2017: Justin Thomas made an insane birdie putt during historic round

Justin Thomas can do many things that most men can’t. Pulling off a pair of pink pants is one of them. Crafting a record-setting round at the U.S. Open is another. [ Fantasy Football is open! Sign up now ] Sinking a birdie putt straight out of a trick shot video might be the best. Show More Summary

U. S. Open 2017: Jordan Spieth 'took an L' with poor third round

Jordan Spieth wasn’t part of the high-profile horde of players that missed the cut at Erin Hills. On Saturday, the two-time major winner played like he should have been. [ Fantasy Football is open! Sign up now ] The 2015 U.S. Open champion continued to struggle with his putter, posting a four-over 76 for the third round. Show More Summary

Rory McIlroy, former PGA winner Elkington get into serious Twitter beef

Rory McIlroy missed the cut at the U.S. Open by four shots. (Getty) Rory McIlroy has never been shy about stepping in to defend himself against his critics, wherever they may be. And that was certainly the case on Friday night when the four-time major champion went on offense against 1995 PGA champion Steve Elkington. Show More Summary

Five things to watch at the U.S. Open on Saturday

Play continues in the second round of the U.S. Open at Erin Hills. (Getty) We’re halfway home at the U.S. Open. You know who else is home? Rory McIlroy and Jason Day, two of the finest players in golf. Dustin Johnson, defending U.S. Open champion. Show More Summary

U.S. Open spectator dies on course from reported natural causes

A 94-year-old spectator attending the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills died at the golf course on Friday during the tournament’s second round. According to Fox 6 News in Milwaukee, Washington County medical examiner personnel were called to the golf course around 2 p.m. Show More Summary

Danny Willett withdraws from U.S. Open due to back injury

Danny Willett’s time at the U.S. Open is done. (Getty) The USGA has announced that 2016 Masters champion Danny Willett has withdrawn from the 2017 U.S. Open as a result of a back injury. Willett opened Friday with a +9, so it’s unlikely he would have been around on the weekend anyway, but it’s still a bit of a surprise to see him withdrawing. Show More Summary

U.S. Open 2017: Jason Day and Rory McIlroy miss the cut at Erin Hills

Jason Day and Rory McIlroy will likely miss the cut at the U.S. Open (AP) The weekend leaderboard at the 117th U.S. Open will be lacking some serious star power. [ Fantasy Football is open! Sign up now ] Jason Day and Rory McIlroy, two...Show More Summary

US Open 2017: E. coli traces found in drinking water provided to fans

Traces of E. coli were found at a hydration station at the U.S. Open (AP) Come for the world-class golf tournament, stay for the abdominal cramping. Evidence of E. coli bacteria was found in drinking water being provided to fans at the U.S. Show More Summary

5 things to look for on Friday at the U.S. Open

Rickie Fowler lit up Erin Hills on Thursday. (Getty Images) There was an air of mystery on Thursday morning as the U.S. Open began at first-time host Erin Hills in rural Wisconsin. Though it had previously hosted a pair of USGA championships, it had never held an Open. Show More Summary

U.S. Open 2017: Rickie Fowler's Erin Hills 'clinic' makes golf history

Rickie Fowler shot a seven-under 65 at the U.S. Open on Thursday. (AP) ERIN, Wis. — Jon Rahm played an opening round to forget, but the 22-year-old Spaniard allowed that his day wasn’t a total waste as he left the U.S. Open on Thursday afternoon. Show More Summary

Tiger Woods' arraignment date moved to August

Tiger Woods is shown handcuffed in police dash cam video released Wednesday. (Jupiter PD) Tiger Woods will be arraigned on charges of suspicion of driving under the influence and illegal parking on Aug. 9, more than a month after the original hearing date of July 5. Show More Summary

Jon Rahm explodes early then settles down to keep US Open cut chances alive

Jon Rahm had trouble early on Day 1 at Erin Hills (USGA) Most Thursdays in professional golf, top-10 players can’t find anything positive in winding up their round 11 shots off the lead. And that’s just where Jon Rahm sits after his opening-round effort at the U.S. Show More Summary

2017 US Open: Billy Horschel cards a four-over ... on the first hole

Billy Horschel’s very bad hole. (via You know the tired old line about how you can’t win a major on Thursday, but you can lose it? Billy Horschel saw that line, and raised it by a factor of 18, quite possibly losing his shot at the U.S. Show More Summary

Despite the name, the US Open has a small group of potential champions

Erin Hills and the US Open can get to even world No. 1 Dustin Johnson (Getty Images) When the 117th U.S. Open begins Thursday at Erin Hills in rural Wisconsin, less than a third of the 156-player field has even a remote chance of winning. Show More Summary

Davis Love IV plays first U.S. Open with father Davis Love III as his caddy

Davis Love III is caddying for his son Davis Love IV at the U.S. Open this week. (AP) ERIN, Wis. — You might not notice Davis Love III at the U.S. Open this week if you don’t know where to look for him. For one, he’s wearing shorts and toting a yardage book. Show More Summary

US Open preview: Erin Hills breakdown, TV times, picks and more!

Kettle moraine! The two words you’ll hear most this week at the U.S. Open at Erin Hills, aside from “Dustin Johnson,” “Will Phil make it?” and assorted curses from pros. What is “kettle moraine,” you ask? We’ve got your answer to that right here, along with 17 other facts you need to know heading into the U.S. Show More Summary

U.S. Open power rankings: The top 10 expert picks for Erin Hills

Your browser does not support iframes. The second major of 2017 is here, with Wisconsin’s Erin Hills hosting the U.S. Open for the first time. Welcoming a field of 156 players, the glacier-shaped prairie links will prove unique among modern Open host courses, even compared to Chambers Bay, a fellow hyper-modern host course in recent memory. Show More Summary

Johnson now readies for US Open after Gretzky delivers second son

Dustin Johnson is heading for Wisconsin on Tuesday to defend his U.S. Open title, and he’s doing it as a father for the second time. Fiancée Paulina Gretzky gave birth on Monday to the couple’s second son in a planned C-section. The couple has yet to decide on a name for Tatum’s brother. Show More Summary

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