For many of us, the aftermath of the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay meant speculating about Jordan Spieth completing a Grand Slam, expressing sympathy for Dustin Johnson’s 72nd-hole collapse and/or debating whether competitors had reason to complain about the greens. But for some people in Washington’s Pierce County, the aftermath of the tournament included getting something to […]
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From dead in the water to runner up, Louis Oosthuizen had one hell of a week at Chambers Bay. The 2015 U.S. Open ultimately came down to a five foot putt from Dustin Johnson. While he stood over the ball waiting to make a stroke that...Show More Summary
The 2015 U.S. Open was one of the most unique in the 115-year history of the championship and it concluded with one of its most memorable finishes. Here are a few observations and notes from the week in the Pacific Northwest. 1. The future arrives. Show More Summary
Paulina Gretzky comforted Dustin Johnson after seeing her beau lose the U.S. Open victory to rival Jordan Spieth. Faster than you can say “he lost by one stroke,” Paulina was by Dustin‘s side, reported E News. Spieth, a 22-year-old rising...Show More Summary
Watch BBC golf correspondent Iain Carter successfully recreate Dustin Johnson's crucial missed US Open putt at Chambers Bay.
The unexpected ecstasy of Jordan Spieth's one-shot win at the U.S. Open resulted from the agony of Dustin Johnson's missed putt from four feet, yet another example of a bitter major finish.
Anyone who follows Dustin Johnson in golf knows that his ever-loving fiancé, Paulina Gretzky will be there watching and cheering him on in as many tournaments as possible, even when Johnson lost the U.S. Open on Sunday. The putt was perfectly lined up for Johnson on the 18th hole. Show More Summary
Jordan Spieth needed a Dustin Johnson missed putt on hole No. 72 to win the US Open, his second major championship of the year. But that doesn't accurately reflect how dominant Spieth has been when it matters most. Through eight rounds...Show More Summary
After struggling all day Sunday to get the ball in the hole and missing a critical putt that cost him the U.S. Open, Dustin Johnson mused about the controversial greens at Chambers Bay. But for those danged erratic greens at Chambers Bay, Dustin Johnson believes he could have at least forced a playoff with U.S. Show More Summary
Johnson is disappointed but said he knows what it takes to win a major.
Dustin Johnson has no one to blame for his epic U.S. Open collapse but himself. Sure, there were legitimate concerns raised about the condition of the greens at Chambers Bay – according to The New York Post, the poa annua grass growing...Show More Summary
Dustin Johnson three putts on No. 18 and Spieth wins second major of year
Dustin Johnson's collapse on 18 won't soon be forgotten.
Paulina Gretzky comforts Dustin Johnson after devastating U.S. Open loss
You’ve gotta feel bad for Dustin Johnson today. The guy was on the verge of having one of the best first Father’s Days in the history of first Father’s Days when he stepped up to the tees at the 18th hole of the U.S. Open tied for the lead. Then, after his first two shots, […]
Dustin Johnson missed a critical putt on the final hole of the US Open that would have forced an 18-hole playoff. In his post-round news conference, he suggested that the much-maligned greens of the Chambers Bay golf course contributed to the miss. Show More Summary
Dustin Johnson has good company in the annals of golf infamy.
Jordan Spieth wins US Open for 2nd leg of Grand Slam as Dustin Johnson 3-putts final hole
Dustin Johnson saw victory slip out of reach after he blew putts for eagle and birdie on the 18th hole of the U.S. Open Sunday. Johnson (...)