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Monday, Jun 20, 2011

Rory McIlroy Wins the U.S. Open

Rory McIlroy Wins the U.S. Open

There was never any doubt that the kid from Northern Ireland was going to win it.

Thursday, Jun 16, 2011

View the Leaderboard

View the Leaderboard

Check out who is leading at the U.S. Open.

Tuesday, Jun 21, 2011

U.S. Open, Open for Business

U.S. Open, Open for Business

The U.S. Open gift shop is selling its remaining remnants at half the price.

Monday, Jun 20, 2011

Meet the Man Behind the Grounds at Congressional

Meet the Man Behind the Grounds at Congressional

Wayne Burdette mowed the Congressional County Club grass for a third U.S. Open

Monday, Jun 20, 2011
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By Sarah Kogod

140,000 Fans Flock To the DMV

140,000 Fans Flock To the DMV

This time of year is notoriously slow for sports, but don’t tell that to fans in the DMV.

Sunday, Jun 19, 2011

Tips on Bunker Shots

Tips on Bunker Shots

Getting out of bunkers can be challenging. John Schriffen checked in at Club Golf in Gaithersburg to find out about escaping the sand smoothly, and how to finish on the putt.

Sunday, Jun 19, 2011

Sharpening Your Golf Game Before You Step on the Links

Sharpening Your Golf Game Before You Step on the Links

John Schriffen stopped by Club Golf in Gaithersburg to find out about some exercises you can do to strengthen your golf game before you step on the links.

Sunday, Jun 19, 2011

US Open in the Red

US Open in the Red

The US Open is seeing red with a record 26 subpar rounds.

Thursday, Jun 16, 2011

Man Collapses on Fairway at U.S. Open

Man Collapses on Fairway at U.S. Open

Emergency crews provided CPR to a man who collapsed at the fairway on the 11th hole Thursday at the U.S. Open at Congressional Country Club.

Friday, Jun 17, 2011

U.S. Open Second Round Hole Locations

U.S. Open Second Round Hole Locations

Check out the lay of the landscape on the greens in Round 2.

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