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Pars the stars as Woodland keeps U.S. Open lead

PEBBLE BEACH, CA. (Reuters) - Usually birdies and bogeys are the focal point of any round but for Gary Woodland it was pars that provided the highlights on Saturday, sending him into the final round of the U.S. Open with a one shot lead. More »

 

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McIlroy and Oosthuizen happy to be in U.S. Open hunt

PEBBLE BEACH, CA. (Reuters) - Thoroughbreds Rory McIlroy and Louis Oosthuizen and untested Chez Reavie know they will need near-perfect performances on Sunday to have a chance of winning the U.S. Open. More »

 

Woodland holds nerve to stay top at U.S. Open

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Koepka will have to break new ground to win fifth major

PEBBLE BEACH, CA. (Reuters) - Brooks Koepka will have to do something new to win a fifth major championship on Sunday -- come from four strokes off the pace in the final round. More »

 

Woodland leads Rose by one at U.S. Open

It naturally should be mostly about Gary Woodland and England's Justin Rose at this stage of the U.S. Open. More »

 

Woods' movement stalls with third-round 71 at U.S. Open

Moving day at the U.S. Open didn't equate to an improvement in Tiger Woods' fortunes. More »

 

Woods' movement stalls with third-round 71 at U.S. Open

Moving day at the U.S. Open didn't equate to an improvement in Tiger Woods' fortunes. More »

 

Henderson leads by two at Meijer LPGA Classic

Brooke Henderson overcame several bumps on Saturday to finish with three straight birdies, shooting 3-under 69 and taking a two-stroke lead entering the final round of the Meijer LPGA Classic in Grand Rapids, Mich. More »

 

Woods claws back after poor start to third round at U.S. Open

PEBBLE BEACH, CA. (Reuters) - Tiger Woods frittered away his chance of winning the U.S. Open with a poor start to the third round on Saturday, even if he battled back well to shoot an eventful five birdie, five bogey, even-par 71 at Pebble Beach. More »

 

Woodland driving for show, putting for dough at U.S. Open

PEBBLE BEACH, CA. (Reuters) - Throughout his career Gary Woodland as been better known for his work with a driver than a putter but that all might change after he rode a red-hot flat stick to the top of the U.S. Open leaderboard on Friday. More »

 

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