Tiger Woods won the AT&T National by two strokes on the Congressional course in Bethesda Sunday.
After 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.
For two rounds, Tiger Woods seemed to be in command in the U.S. Open. Then came a weekend of frustration that ran his winless streak in major championships to four years.
Tiger Woods is back on the course with a share of the U.S. Open lead.
This was the first time Woods has shared the lead at a major going into the third round, and the other leaders have some experience.
As quick as Tiger Woods grabbed the U.S. Open lead he lost it.
Michael 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.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS/AP) – Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson often bring out the best in each other’s games. Just don’t expect any friendly conversations when golf’s greatest running rivalry resumes at the U.S. Open. Luckily, […]
The expectations that have followed Tiger Woods this year are a lot like the fairways at The Olympic Club—up, down, often sideways.
Driving around The Olympic Club brought back memories for Casey Martin that stretched beyond the last U.S. Open here and to his playing days with Tiger Woods down the road at Stanford.