» Tiger fires 69 after early struggles, looks to Open
17/06/19 01:12 from ESPN.com - Golf
Tiger Woods shot his best final round at the U.S. Open in 10 years on Sunday -- despite a horrific start to the round -- to move into the top 20 and take a bit of satisfaction out of what had mostly been a disappointing week.

» Birthday blues: Mickelson limps to finish at Pebble
16/06/19 23:26 from ESPN.com - Golf
Phil Mickelson celebrated his 49th birthday Sunday with yet another U.S. Open disappointment.

» Who really has a shot (and who doesn't) to win this U.S. Open
16/06/19 22:35 from ESPN.com - Golf
Gary Woodland did not go run and hide. There are a lot of names -- some big ones, some not-so-big ones -- lurking.

» Henderson breaks Canadian LPGA wins record
16/06/19 22:34 from ESPN.com - Golf
Brooke Henderson won the Meijer LPGA Classic on Sunday to break the Canadian record for tour victories with nine.

» Leaderboard: Can Brooks Koepka chase down another U.S. Open title?
16/06/19 22:30 from ESPN.com - Golf
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» 'Achy' Tiger uneven again, 11 shots back after 71
16/06/19 03:35 from ESPN.com - Golf
Admitting that his back "impacts every shot" he plays, Tiger Woods had an up-and-down third round and shot an even-par 71, leaving him far behind the lead at Pebble Beach.

» Who really has a shot (and who doesn't) to win this U.S. Open
16/06/19 03:32 from ESPN.com - Golf
Gary Woodland did not go run and hide. There are a lot of names -- some big ones, some not-so-big ones -- lurking.

» Fan struck by errant Stenson shot requests selfie
16/06/19 03:17 from ESPN.com - Golf
Henrik Stenson's second shot on the 16th hole at Pebble Beach left a patron with a welt on his forehead. But after apologizing, Stenson said the man asked if he could take a selfie with him. Stenson obliged by laying down for the photo.

» Woodland takes 1-shot lead into Sunday at Pebble
16/06/19 03:03 from ESPN.com - Golf
Justin Rose enters the final round in second place. Brooks Koepka is in third, 4 shots back at 7 under along with Chez Reavie and Louis Oosthuizen.

» Who really has a shot (and who doesn't) to win this U.S. Open
16/06/19 02:41 from ESPN.com - Golf
Gary Woodland did not go run and hide. There are a lot of names -- some big ones, some not-so-big ones -- lurking.

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