- Tiger to rest sore elbow, skip AT&T National
- Tiger, McIlroy confirm play in Dubai in 2014
- Travelers says Rose confirmed for Cromwell
- Mallon: Solheim Cup to donate to firefighters
- Rose captures Open; Lefty 2nd again | Woj
- Tiger's results at Open: 13 over, 127 putts
- Stefani aces 17, 1st for Merion-based Open
- McIlroy takes quad-bogey in 76, bends club
- Parel, 48, fourth oldest to win on Web.com
- Thornton wins playoff for 1st Euro Tour title
- Oosthuizen withdraws from Open due to hip
- Scott eyed for rules violation, then cleared
- USGA won't change ball rules for rain, mud
GOLF PHOTO GALLERIES
Play Podcast Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic share their thoughts on Adam Scott's win at the Masters, whether Tiger Woods should have been disqualified for an improper drop and more.
Play Podcast ESPN golf analyst Andy North dishes on the final round of the Masters, Adam Scott's victory over Angel Cabrera in the playoff, Tiger Woods' two-stroke penalty and more.
Play Podcast Colin Cowherd shares his thoughts on the fallout over the two-stroke penalty that Tiger Woods was assessed for an improper drop and more.
CONTESTS AND SPECIAL SECTIONS
Justin Rose, of England, winner of the 2013 U.S. Open, speaks during a press conference at the Travelers Championship golf ...(AP Photo/Fred Beckham)
You never know the subtle humor behind some of the USGA's player groupings for the opening rounds. Let's up the ante with some wacky ideas.
Time To Tee It Up
case you haven't noticed, Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia don't like each other very much. But it's time to close the book on this chapter of their saga. It's time for the U.S. Open.
Still Work To Do
Sergio Garcia apologized again for his hurtful comments about Tiger Woods, and he seems to be earnest. What he has to understand now is he still has work to do to make amends to many.
Lee Trevino and Jack Nicklaus had some epic matchups in the prime of their careers, including at three of the courses that are serving as major venues this year.
|1||Tiger Woods (USA)||9||$5,909,742|
|2||Matt Kuchar (USA)||15||$4,393,265|
|3||Brandt Snedeker (USA)||13||$3,503,655|
|4||Phil Mickelson (USA)||13||$3,417,984|
|5||Billy Horschel (USA)||16||$2,998,129|
|6||Justin Rose (ENG)||9||$2,921,290|
|7||Kevin Streelman (USA)||16||$2,572,989|
|8||Jason Day (AUS)||13||$2,566,023|
|9||Adam Scott (AUS)||8||$2,356,511|
|10||Boo Weekley (USA)||17||$2,307,509|
TPC River Highlands, Cromwell, CT - 6/20/2013
- Par: 35-35--70 Yards: 6,844 Purse: $6,100,000
- Def. Champ: Marc Leishman, 266 (14-under)