Huggan column: Thank God US Open is just once a year

By John Huggan There are a few things about golf that I have never fully understood and probably never will. Some examples: Why a drive hit out of bounds means …

Farce may be reason we recall Johnson’s great win

By John Huggan The great shame of the 116th US Open at ­Oakmont is that it will not be remembered for the magnificent  ball-striking that took Dustin Johnson …

Dustin ends wait for a Major with victory at Oakmont

Dustin Justin wins the US Open after holding nerve on the back 9 amidst

Grand Slam still the goal for Lefty

Phil Mickelson is confident he can still achieve his goal of winning the career Grand Slam by triumphing at the US Open in the future. The 46-year-old already …

Lowry leads at Oakmont

Shane Lowry is two shots clear heading into the final day of the US Open after a thrilling Saturday which saw five different leaders. The majority of those at …

Why can no one break the haunting 63 at Majors?

By John Huggan It has, over the last four decades and more, become one of golf’s strangest and most haunting statistical anomalies. In each of the four …

Dougherty: Playing with Tiger was my career high

By Andy Swales For Nick Dougherty, playing alongside Tiger Woods in the third round of the 2007 US Open was the highlight of his playing career. The …

Tiger’s romp at Pebble Beach surpasses any other win

By John Huggan Even from a distance of 16 years, the 2000 US Open at Pebble Beach remains an unforgettable moment in the history of golf. ­Consider the …

Ernie eyes Oakmont surprise

Ernie Els believes his game is in good enough shape to claim a third US Open crown at Oakmont. The South African has struggled at times over the last year, …

Rose declares himself fit for Oakmont

Justin Rose says he is now completely over his back injury and is fully fit for the US Open, which gets underway on Thursday. The 35-year-old has been hampered …

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