Jordan Spieth found more than a few surprises when he played a full practice round at Oakmont Country Club for the first time today.
Jordan Spieth still haunted by Masters collapse but took a vacation with friends and is ready to take on one of the toughest venues in golf.
Defending U.S. Open champ says he’s gotten past Augusta: “My dog didn’t die. ... I’ll survive. ... I laugh about it now, I really do.”
Nathan Smith is automatically exempt into the sectional qualifier this year because of his past selection to the 2014 U.S. Walker Cup team.
The practice round will give the young golfer his first look at the challenging course ahead of June’s tournament.
Heading the list of inductees is Oakmont professional Bob Ford, who is retiring in October after 41 years at the club.
Setting up for championship play is common at Oakmont and nothing much has changed since the previous time the Open was at the club in 2007.
Pitt and Penn State football alumni took their rivalry to the golf course Monday at Oakmont Country Club.
According to Golfweek’s Alex Miceli, he submitted his registration on April 4, well ahead of Wednesday’s deadline.
They would rather win one of the majors and probably the Ryder Cup than an Olympic medal.
Rohanna is an LPGA Tour rookie, WPIAL Hall of Fame selection and Waynesburg grad.
Dennis Darak and Jeff Rivard are retiring from Western Pennsylvania’s two most significant golf organizations.
Western Pennsylvania courses are still teeing up, even experimenting with foot golf, big holes and other initiatives.
Cink compared the situation to the 2011 Masters when Rory McIlroy blew a four-shot lead and won the U.S. Open two months later.
The second major of the PGA Tour season will air on FS1 and Fox.
Masters meltdown will sting for a while but expect Jordan Spieth to bounce back in time for the U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club.
Jordan Spieth’s disappointment might last a long time, at least until the next major golf championship gets underway.
Bernhard Langer, 58, Smylie Kaufman, 24, quickly fell out of contention Sunday at the 80th Masters in Augusta, Ga.
Danny Willett becomes first from England to win Masters since Nick Faldo.
In Japan, women’s golf is more popular than the men’s game, but Hideki Matsuyama wants to change that.
Langer, 58, is within reach of becoming the oldest winner in major-championship golf history.
Day, Matsuyama, Kaufman and even Langer, 58, are on the heels of the leader at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia.
The modern swing, the analyst argues, does more harm than good.
The two-time U.S. Open champion nearly added a third to his resume, but he couldn’t tame Oakmont’s famously tough course in 1994.
Many courses do big business when the U.S. Open stages its championship at Oakmont.
Rory McIlroy birdied three of the final six holes to tie for the day’s low round and will be paired with Jordan Spieth in third round.
The first hole at Augusta National Golf Club likely will haunt Ernie Els for some time.
They used to be popular tools, but now some are questioning whether they’re good for business.
Defending champion Jordan Spieth shoots bogey-free round on a windy Thursday at Augusta National.
Four-time Masters champ Arnold Palmer, 86, declined to hit the first tee shot for the first time since becoming an honorary starter in 2007.
The U.S. Open at Oakmont is the biggest of the four, but there are a few other titles to be won in the Keystone state this year.
The Latrobe native had been an honorary starter at Augusta National since 2007
Arnold Palmer said he won’t hit a drive during opening tee shot ceremony today, but old friend Jack Nicklaus isn’t so sure.
Unseated as No. 1 by Jordan Spieth and Jason Day, Rory McIlroy is burning to make a statement at Augusta.
Though he has won six of his past 13 starts, Australian Day says he doesn’t feel as if he’s the favorite this week.
Jordan Spieth must return his green jacket to Augusta National after winning the 2015 Masters, unless of course he wins again.
The only sure thing at the Masters is no sure thing, but Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and Rory McIlroy are some of the safest picks.
Dick’s Sporting Goods will play host to a 300-person fundraiser June 15 and the keynote speaker will be former President George W. Bush.
Austin and his father were on hole No. 7 at The Practice Golf Center in Jefferson Hills when the boy made a 74-yard shot with a 3 wood.
Palmer, a four-time Masters champion and Latrobe native, has had that role since 2007.
Mike Van Sickle of McKees Rocks was one of the top golfers ever at Marquette and is still looking to hit it big.
Phil Delmer, an accomplished golfer and longtime Mount Washington resident, died Jan. 3 in Wellington, Fla. He was 73.
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Rachel Rohanna finishes 10th on the Symetra Tour money list to nab a spot on the LPGA Tour for the 2016 season.
Nearly all the trees at Oakmont are gone, but other changes are scarce as the course is prepared to play host to U.S. Open in June.
Skyler Fox, 13, won the 12-13-year-old division in the regional finals of the event, earning a spot in the national championships.
Ron Skiles goes back and forth from the fairway to the football field, and largely credits his pro golf days for his approach to life.
Young star outlasts Henrik Stenson for the Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton, Mass
Katie Miller won the Pennsylvania Women’s Amateur golf championship with come-from-behind victory; Semple Thompson add senior division