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Jordan Spieth was just hoping for a chance to play more golf with the U.S. Open title on the line as he watched Dustin Johnson line up for an eagle putt on the 72nd hole at Chambers Bay on Sunday.
Former UNLV star Adam Scott and Summerlin resident Kevin Na would need a miracle to pull out a victory Sunday in the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Golf Club in University Place, Wash. Scott is seven strokes off the lead and Na eight entering the final round.
Jordan Spieth is the 7-4 favorite on the adjusted odds board at the Westgate Las Vegas sports book to win the U.S. Open. Dustin Johnson is the 5-2 second choice, followed by Jason Day (4-1) and Branden Grace (6-1). The four are tied for the lead entering Sunday’s final round.
Former UNLV golf stars Ryan Moore and Charley Hoffman missed the cut Friday after the second round of the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Golf Club in University Place, Wash. Another former Rebel, Adam Scott, advanced to the final two rounds and is six strokes off the lead.
After shooting a 10-over 80 in his worst U.S. Open round ever on Thursday, Woods got off to a rough start in Friday’s second round at Chambers Bay.
A dizzy spell while walking to the green on the ninth hole at Chambers Bay on Friday afternoon sent Jason Day to the ground and a grandstand full of spectators into shock at the 115th U.S. Open.
Golfers playing through at Chambers Bay on Puget Sound as freight trains rumble past the course on the back nine.
With a 10-over-par 80 in the first round of the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Golf Club, Tiger Woods looked more like a local amateur playing the public links-style course than a 14-time major championship winner. Only two golfers carded worse scores in the field of 156.
Carrying 14 golf clubs over 7,585 yards of greenish-brown hills and dales and granite-like fairways will make it difficult on the caddies at scenic Chambers Bay Golf Club this week during the U.S. Open.
Tiger Woods sank to the bottom of the U.S. Open leaderboard after an opening round 10-over 80 on Thursday, but vowed to fight on and return to the top.
I never imagined it would last this long, that in predicting three years ago Tiger Woods would never again win a major championship, so much time would pass without my seemingly faulty forecast being proven wrong. But his streak without a major has reached 27 events. I’m more confident now than ever he will retire stuck on 14.
Play begins Thursday in the U.S. Open, the second major tournament of the year, and a lot of golfers are unhappy about what they call unfair playing conditions at Chambers Bay Golf Club. “I’ve never played anything like this in the States,” Kevin Na said.
The 115th U.S. Open kicks off this weekend at Chambers Bay in University Palace, Wash. Here are 10 players to watch.
Good news for U.S. Open fans: You can bring your cell phone this weekend. Just do not use Periscope. The U.S. Golf Association, which runs the tournament, is allowing cell phones for the first time.
Former UNLV standout Adam Scott was among the first of 156 players competing this week to arrive for the U.S. Open. He’ll have 11 days of practice under his belt by Thursday’s first round and will welcome back caddie Steve Williams, who helped Scott to his only major championship, the 2013 Masters.
Phil Mickelson has six runner-up finishes in the U.S. Open, the only major he has not won. But he is playing well, and bettors are showing faith in him. More tickets are being written on Mickelson than on any other player at the Westgate Las Vegas sports book, where his odds are 15-1 after opening at 25-1. Rory McIlroy is the 7-1 favorite, with Jordan Spieth at 8-1.
Ryan Moore will play in the U.S. Open at Chambers Bay Golf Course — just 15 miles away from where he attended high school in Pallyup, Wash. But the links course, which opened in 2007, is more reminiscent of Scotland than the greater Tacoma area, he says.
Joe Kelly will be inducted into the Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame on Friday at Orleans Arena, joining boxer Mike Tyson, NASCAR driver Kurt Busch and former UNLV and NFL quarterback Glenn Carano.
Besides his stellar left-handed golf game that earned him the nickname, “Lefty,” Phil Mickelson is known for being a great guy and a big tipper.
Spanish Trail Country Club is now owned by the people who play at the golf course and live in the community.
Jerry Foltz, Doug Pool, Barbara Christensen and Voss Boreta will be enshrined into the Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame on Oct. 16 at TPC Summerlin.
Senior Carl Jonson rebounded from a first-round 83 with a 4-under-par 68 on Saturday in the second round of the NCAA men’s golf championship in Bradenton, Fla. Jonson, who has a bulging disk in his neck, led a comeback for the Rebels, who moved from 25th to 18th place.