The Surgery at Winged Foot: Bryson DeChambeau’s U.S. Open Victory

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By winning the U.S. Open, DeChambeau hopes this inspires younger people to think about golf in a different way. Don’t be afraid of failure and if there is a facet that needs fixing, practice to make it correct, as DeChambeau did on the eve of his first major championship win.  READ MORE







Adversity Shaped Gary Woodland for U.S. Open Victory

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Gary Woodland did not know what to expect heading into the final round of the U.S. Open. For starters, the three time PGA Tour winner had never won a tournament having the 54-hole lead. In fact, he was 0 for 7 in his previous attempts.  But on Sunday along the coastlines of Pebble Beach, Gary […] READ MORE


Last Word on Golf 2019 U.S. Open Predictions

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This week some of the Last Word on Golf’s writing team tackle our 2019 U.S. Open predictions. For more insight from each member of the Last Word on Golf panel make sure to follow them at their mentioned Twitter handle. Don’t forget to follow @LastWordOnGolf on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram and let us know your […] READ MORE


Brooks Koepka Fueled By History and Motivation for U.S. Open

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It’s easy for Brooks Koepka to find motivation on weeks like this. For starters, it’s the U.S. Open, a tournament where Koepka has won in back-to-back years. The four-time major champion is trying to become the first since Willie Anderson to win three straight U.S. Open titles. But in addition to maintaining the mental fortitude […] READ MORE


Tiger Woods Riding Momentum into U.S. Open

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Tiger Woods is riding momentum heading into the 2019 U.S. Open in a few weeks. Woods shot a tremendous 67 on Sunday at the Memorial Tournament. He finished at -9, which included five birdies in the first nine holes. The face of the PGA Tour brought forth a strong outing this weekend and likely could […] READ MORE