Bob Harig
Time For A Change?

As Tiger prepares for the Open Championship, Bob Harig offers a few ideas on how the ex-world No. 1 can get his game into major shape.

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Farrell Evans
Weekend Break

Tiger's mental errors cost him at Congressional, proving he needs more work before the Open Championship.

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Gene Wojciechowski
Kaymer In A Rout

Anyone who thought Martin Kaymer's second major victory at the U.S. Open was forgettable simply doesn't appreciate a star in a worker's bee body.

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Ian O'Connor
Fight To The Finish

Erik Compton had come too far and been through too much to surrender to Pinehurst No. 2 on Sunday at the U.S. Open.

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Rick Reilly
Lessons With Lefty

Rick Reilly wanted to learn a thing or two from Phil Mickelson. He found out that Lefty is still confident he can win on tour. And that Reilly will miss meeting people like Mickelson.

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Dottie Pepper
New Blood

As the U.S. Ryder Cup team begins to take shape after the Masters, a few fresh faces on the U.S. squad might do the Americans some good.

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Several pros are up for ESPYS this year, like 3-time major winner (in 2013!) Inbee Park.