While soaking up perhaps the greatest pressure he has ever experienced, Dustin Johnson delivered a perfect riposte to criticism of his major credentials with a drama-laden U.S. Open victory on Sunday.
Lowry stared straight ahead all day, when things were good and then when they were bad. OAKMONT, Pa. -- Shane Lowry got to the practice range at Oakmont Country Club at 2:44 p.m. on Sunday, leaving 46 precious minutes of warmup time before he’d tee off as a four-stroke leader in the final round of the U.S. Show More Summary
Dustin Johnson was onions down the stretch of his first major victory on Sunday as he pounded Oakmont into submission and calmly sealed the 2016 U.S. Open victory with a birdie putt at the end. The shot not only elevated him from "Mr. Show More Summary
The controversy that overshadowed Dustin Johnson's US Open triumph left the sport open to ridicule and should never happen again, says Iain Carter.
Dustin Johnson already has shown he can take a punch. He also can take a joke.
What a debacle.
FERGUSON ON GOLF: Dustin Johnson, finally a US Open champion with hopes of more to follow
Long anticipated but still a big deal for fans of the brand
Dustin Johnson's maiden major triumph at the 116th U.S. Open at Oakmont on Sunday lifted the American back into the top three of the world golf rankings for the first time since his Chambers Bay meltdown of a year ago.
South Korea's Sei Young Kim birdies the first extra hole to overcome Spain's Carlota Ciganda and win the Meijer LPGA Classic.
A talented young golfer from Shropshire is heading to America to compete against many of the world's best junior players.
Dustin Johnson says it feels "awesome" to win a "huge" first major after he wins the US Open despite a farcical final round at Oakmont.
OAKMONT, Pa.—Standing on the 12th tee, Dustin Johnson held a two-stroke lead in the U.S. Open. Then several USGA officials approached Johnson, and his lead might not have been so large after all. Back on the fifth green, Johnson had stood over a short par putt, then backed off and called in a rules official. Show More Summary
Dustin Johnson outlasted a demanding golf course, a questionable ruling and a pack of pursuers to claim his first major championship
The United States Golf Association (USGA) defended its management of a penalty controversy with new champion Dustin Johnson in the final round of the U.S. Open on Sunday.
Shane Lowry was left to rue the major that got away on Sunday after blowing a four-stroke lead at the U.S. Open, and while the Irishman learned a valuable lesson from a chaotic final round at Oakmont Country Club he doesn't know what it is yet.
Ireland's Shane Lowry "bitterly disappointed" after late US Open collapse
Key hole in the final round of the U.S. Open