U.S. Open: Tiger Woods, Ever the Grinder, Hangs In at Pebble

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — When people speak of Tiger Woods’s greatness, they typically talk about tournaments like the 2000 United States Open at Pebble Beach, where he pieced together a victory as iconic as the cypress tree in the landing area of the 18th hole. His performance that week has become one of the indelible moments of his remarkable career. […]

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Mamiko Higa Holds On to the Lead at the U.S. Women’s Open

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Mamiko Higa of Japan birdied three of her final six holes after a weather delay of nearly two hours, shooting an even-par 71 and maintaining a one-shot lead Friday in the suspended second round of the United States Women’s Open. A day after shooting a 65 for the lowest debut round in tournament history, Higa was a […]

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Tiger Woods wins the Masters

Tiger Woods completed an improbable comeback and has won the 2019 Masters. Woods trailed Francesco Molinari by two strokes entering the day and by three after six holes. Molinari fell apart on the back nine, hitting into the water on No. 12 and No. 15, leading to a pair of double-bogeys. Tiger birdied three of the final six holes to […]

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Rory McIlroy Is Poised to Grab a Career Grand Slam

Rory McIlroy went for the bold play, even if it turned out a little off line. Asked how he had dealt with four unfulfilled attempts to complete golf’s career Grand Slam, McIlroy offered a historical reference as perspective. “I guess I’ve become a lot more comfortable with the fact that I’m going to fail more times than I succeed at […]

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