Hades of Hulton Road

Marino Parascenzo—who has reported from four different U.S. Opens at Oakmont—reports on the player protests, sharp-toothed rakes and battered egos of Oakmont.

Monty’s American Odyssey

Colin Montgomerie is Scottish, yet many of the defining moments of his career have occurred in the United States, from failed attempts to win the U.S. Open to decisive success in Ryder Cup singles matches.


Chambers Bay Course Guide

Tony Dear visits Chambers Bay in Washington State, which will host the first U.S. Open in the Pacific Northwest this week.

The Amazing Mr. Jones

Bobby Jones achieved what O.B. Keeler dubbed the 'Impregnable Quadrilateral' of championship triumphs in 1930. He also founded the Masters.

Major mission: Martin Kaymer

Martin Kaymer won the 2010 PGA Championship before disappearing into the shadows. Robin Barwick reports that it was part of a bigger process


Palmer and the President

One of Arnold Palmer’s most enjoyable rounds of golf was played almost half a century ago at the scene of this year’s U.S. Open, in the company of his great friend, President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The King shares his treasured memories of this occasion at Merion with Dave Shedloski


The Major that Never Was

In its heyday, it was almost as prestigious as the U.S. and British Opens, so what happened to the Western Open? Did it die, or is it alive and kicking but dressed up in disguise?


Webb Simpson: World Wide Webb

A lot has happened in a short time for Webb Simpson. Dave Shedloski hears how he has kept his feet on the ground during this life-changing period.