Mike Van Sickle won the tournament at Mystic Rock in grand fashion as he shot a 4-under 68 to finish at 12-under for the 54-hole event.
Couples has committed to play in the Constellation Senior Players Championship that begins next week.
U.S. Open: Day, who tied for second with Phil Mickelson at the Open, has three second-place finishes in majors.
There were few surprises at the top of the leader board after the first two rounds at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort's Mystic Rock course.
Justin Rose's par on the final hole gave him a scintillating, two-shot victory.
Phil Mickelson found a way to pile another heartache on the stacks of disappointments he has accrued at the U.S. Open.
Ready to erase heartache, he has a 1-shot lead going into the final round at Merion Golf Club.
Zach Johnson and other players say the USGA manipulates U.S. Open courses to protect par.
Phil Mickelson and Billy Horschel are tied for the U.S. Open lead after play was suspended for the day.
Tiger Woods knew the relatively tiny Merion course would be tough, but not this tough.
The first round could not be completed until this morning. None of the 78 players who finished the round this morning could catch him.
After flying back from his daughter's graduation early Thursday morning, weary Mickelson shoots 67 for clubhouse lead at U.S. Open.
Luke Donald was leading at 4 under, but the first round was halted after two weather delays. Phil Mickelson had the clubhouse lead.
Golfers will have to adapt to the changes in store for Merion Golf Club at the 113th U.S. Open today.
Central Catholic senior and Cranberry resident Brent Rodgers wins long-drive contest with shot of 429 yards.
He played in nearly 1,300 tournaments overall and earned more than $5.6 million, then dominated the early years of the Senior Tour.
After a fine season at CCAC-North, Eric Poplowski is eager to continue his golf and academic careers at Point Park.
In parts of five seasons with the Penguins, Dan Quinn was known to have the ear of superstar teammate Mario Lemieux.
Penn State turfgrass alumni are having big impact at this year's golf majors.
The U.S. Open returns this week to Merion G.C., where 42 years ago a kid from Butler nearly slayed a Golden Bear (and everyone else, too).
A look at the latest tournaments.
Four-time U.S. Mid-Amateur champion Nathan Smith cruises to an impressive four-shot victory at the Tri-State Open.
A lighter Nathan Smith opens with 69 for first-round lead.
After missing by a shot of landing one of three available spots in a U.S. Open, McClellan thought his chance of getting a spot were over.
Joe Daley returns to the Fox Chapel Golf Club, the scene of his only major triumph.
He was an aspiring PGA Tour player when he was paralyzed from the waist down in an accident in 1974.
Conneaut Lake amateur takes another step in his quick ascent in the world of golf with strong play in U.S. Open qualifier in Grove City.
Colin Montgomerie is no stranger to Western Pennsylvania. He has played in the past two U.S. Opens at Oakmont Country Club.
Local qualifier at Westmoreland Country Club in Export produce three players that will advance to sectionals.
The first of two area qualifiers is Thursday at Westmoreland Country Club in Export.
Fox Chapel teen David Rice is getting golf instruction at Hank Haney academy in Hilton Head Island.
Post-Gazette golf writer Gerry Dulac's weekly notebook.
At 6,996 yards -- the fist Open course less than 7,000 yards since 2004 at Shinnecock -- Merion will be an exacting test for the player.
There's still plenty of questions to ask about Tiger Woods' penalty, the biggest story of last weekend's Masters.
The usual compliment of Steelers, Pirates and Penguins talk, plus a random bunch of golf questions in this week's chat.
Text from Rory McIlroy after his Masters collapse aids Aussie's focus.
Adam Scott defeats Angel Cabrera in a two-hole playoff by making birdies on four of the final eight holes he played.
No matter what the leader board says, Guan Tianlang leaves the Masters a winner.
In America, only one golf course has been the host of more major championships than the Augusta National Golf Club.
A Masters that began so swimmingly for Tiger Woods effectively ended late in the second round.
Newest rage in golfers' bag adds distance and control, and their use is becoming more acceptable, widespread
The Mylan Classic returns to Southpointe Golf Club, with an earlier date and new eligibility requirements for invitations.
Lee Baughman is a member of Mizuno Golf's stable of PGA Tour pros. And is being treated like one.
The 10 most famous moments in golf where the rules either helped or hindered a player.
Whether he knew he was breaking the rules or not with his drop, Tiger Woods should not have continued at the Masters.
Anchoring putter stirs up a major controversy that remains unresolved.
Golfers might not like some of the bizarre rules that penalize players, but they tend to accept them, at times with graceful embarrassment.
The Champions Tour is returning to Fox Chapel, and some of golf's biggest names of recent decades are expected.
As the season opens, a special report on the role of rules in the sport, plus our regional course directory and golf calendar.
Brandt Snedeker and Angel Cabrera share the lead at 7 under while Tiger Woods sits 4 shots back after being penalized before round 3.
Tiger Woods was assessed a two-stroke penalty but not disqualified after taking what was determined to be an illegal drop on the 15th hole.
It was a good second round for new Masters leader Jason Day, but a turbulent one for many others -- including Tiger Woods.
A weekend at the Masters was worth the wait for Guan Tianlang.
One of the best when it comes to Augusta National, 'cool guy' Fred Couples is working his magic again at the Masters.
Nathan Smith stands in awe on the putting green while three of the most famous names in golf officially kick off the tournament.
Dustin Johnson and Sergio Garcia played just one group apart Thursday and were only one shot apart on the leader board.
Garcia the surprising name atop the leader board, and on a perfect day for scoring, the top players didn't disappoint.
The three golf legends opened the 77th Masters at Augusta National Golf Club with ceremonial tee shots.
Led by Phil Mickelson's 3 victories, left-handers have won 5 of past 10 Masters titles, including last year's winner Bubba Watson.
Veteran Ernie Els is not exactly coming into the first major of the season on a hot roll.
The 77th Masters begins today at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., with 93 players in the field.
World's No. 2-ranked player Rory McIlroy is feeling competitive again after recent finishes.
Top-ranked golfer Tiger Woods comes into the Masters with 3 wins and a goatee.
Maybe the finest amateur player in Western Pennsylvania history, Smith has become part of the Masters lore.
The Golf Channel is the fastest growing network in television two years running.