President Obama Gets In A Rainy Round Of Golf Before Leaving San FranciscoThe rain didn't stop the President Barack Obama from squeezing in a round of golf at San Francisco's famed Olympic Club, before leaving the Bay Area.
Daily Madden: Simpson's Quiet Move To The TopAfter trailing by six strokes after two rounds, Webb Simpson quietly moved to the top and was already sitting in the clubhouse Sunday as day-three leaders Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell faltered at the end.
Webb Simpson Outlasts Challengers To Win U.S. Open In San FranciscoWebb Simpson won the U.S. Open in San Francisco for his first major title.
Tiger Starts 3rd Round With Share Of US Open LeadTiger Woods is back on the course with a share of the U.S. Open lead.
Casey Martin Returns To Olympic With Strong EffortHe shot two respectable rounds on a brutally tough golf course, not bad for a guy who hadn't competed seriously for six years.
Daily Madden: The Olympic Club's Tough TestThe sun broke out at the often-foggy Olympic Club in San Francisco for Thursday's first round of the U.S. Open and more sunny weather is forecast for the weekend.
Thompson Leads, Tiger Lurks After U.S. Open 1st RoundMichael Thompson has taken the clubhouse lead at the U.S. Open, shooting a 4-under 66 for a three-shot lead on a late-charging Tiger Woods.
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BART Shutdown Strands U.S. Open Ticket HoldersIt took many East Bay golf fans hours to get to the Olympic Club for the start of the U.S. Open Thursday because of the early morning fire that forced Bay Area Rapid Transit to shut down the Transbay Tube.
Woods, Mickelson Pairing Provides Opportunity To Renew Rivalry At U.S. Open
Young San Francisco Golfers Hit The Links As U.S. Open Comes To TownAs the top golfers in the world get set to tee off at the Olympic Club, young golfers from around San Francisco are learning about golf and life lessons.