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Tiger Woods refused to put a timetable on his return to tournament golf on Tuesday in his first public appearance since a serious car crash earlier this year that left him “lucky to be alive”.
Jon Rahm knew after contracting Covid-19, missing his parents meeting his son and losing a near-certain PGA victory two weeks ago that he was due for something good to happen. You may also like
England’s Richard Bland and American Russell Henley, an unlikely pair of major pace-setters, shared the lead after Friday’s second round of the US Open with South African Louis Oosthuizen one stroke adrift. You may also like
South Africa’s Louis Oosthuizen matched US clubhouse pace-setter Russell Henley for the overall lead when darkness halted Thursday’s first round of the US Open, where Phil Mickelson struggled in his bid to complete a career Grand Slam. You may also like
Big-hitting Bryson DeChambeau managed to win his maiden Major crown when he stormed to an impressive six-shot victory at the US Open on Sunday. You may also like
Justin Thomas is eager to make the most of his excellent start and build on his lead heading into Friday’s second round of the US Open. You may also like
A group of seven South Africans will tee off at the US Open in New York when the year’s second Major gets under way on Thursday. You may also like
The field for the 120th U.S. Open Championship, to be played September 17-20 at historic Winged Foot Golf Club, in Mamaroneck will have a different look, thanks as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. You may also like
Gary Woodland produced a gutsy final round at Pebble Beach Golf Links to hold off the challenge of Brooks Koepka and win his first Major at the U.S. Open Championship. You may also like