Dustin Johnson closed out the field at Oakmont to win the 116th U.S. Open Championship and capture his first career Major title. Click below for more.
Get personal with FOX Sports reporter Holly Sonders as she shares some of her Deep Thoughts including the best advice she’s ever received, why you won’t catch her in the kitchen and why everything is great. Click below for the full video.
Expect big numbers at the 115th U.S. Open courtesy of the ridiculously firm and fast conditions at Chambers Bay. Click below for videos.
It wasn’t the U.S. Open, but European Tour pro golfer Andrey Pavlov decided to go for broke on the opening hole of his round at the Lyoness Open and ended up with a 17. Click below for more.
Did you know that Johnny Miller won the 1973 US Open by beating the best players in the game including: Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Lee Trevino & Arnold Palmer all while shooting the lowest final round in history (63) to win a major championship?
Nike Golf Athlete Michelle Wie powered her way to a two-shot victory at the U.S. Women’s Open, capturing the first major championship of her career at Pinehurst Resort and Country Club. The 24-year-old notched her second LPGA Tour win of the year – and fourth of her career — with a final score of 2-under-par 278.
Wie celebrated her major milestone on the 18th green with her fellow LPGA athletes, who doused her in champagne.
This has got ridiculous written all over it. Check out the video below to see how Ken Duke makes a miraculous par save on the par-3, 9th hole at Pinehurst no.2. after his tee shot ends up against a wiregrass bush.