Golf

Preview: Underclassmen to lead South Fayette, Char Valley golf teams

With the South Fayette golf team moving up to Class AAA, it will face crosstown rival Chartiers Valley in Section 7 competition. The Colts and ...

Oakmont pro Devin Gee wins 112th West Penn Open

As Devin Gee approached the final green of the 112th West Penn Open on Wednesday, he trailed Robert Rohanna by two strokes. Girlfriend and caddie ...

Stenson rides strong final round to win British Open 

TROON, Scotland — Henrik Stenson is the champion golfer of the year, thanks to a final round for the ages. He kept hitting the best shots ...

Toronto teacher claims local U.S. Senior Open qualifying spot

When Dave Bunker looked at the leaderboard after finishing nine holes Wednesday at Westmoreland Country Club during the U.S. Senior Open qualifier, he didn't like ...

Playoff hole-in-one gives Bradshaw win at Fuhrer Invitational

David Bradshaw literally walked off with his third Frank B. Fuhrer Jr. Invitational title Wednesday. The Harpers Ferry, W.Va., native had a hole-in-one on the fourth ...

Gligic seizes 1-shot lead at Frank B. Fuhrer Jr. Invitational

Michael Gligic has won numerous tournaments on mini-tours. And while the Frank B. Fuhrer Jr. Invitational isn't a mini-tour event, the $40,000 first-place purse is ...

Johnstown's Thompson wins West Penn Amateur

Dan Thompson picked a good time to straighten out his golf game, particularly his putting stroke. The Johnstown native captured the 116th West Penn Amateur on ...

U.S. Open champion Johnson plans to prove victory wasn't an anomaly

For a brief moment Sunday, Dustin Johnson needed to gather himself. Standing in the 18th fairway at Oakmont Country Club, 191 yards from the pin, ...

USGA issues apology to U.S. Open champ Johnson

Dustin Johnson received plenty of congratulations Sunday for winning the 2016 U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club. Monday brought an apology. The USGA faced widespread ...

Johnson overcomes 4-shot deficit, wins U.S. Open at Oakmont 

Dustin Johnson had long been faced with the reputation of coming up painfully short, of struggling with 18 holes to play in major tournaments — ...

Gorman: Johnson sticks it to USGA in style 

Dustin Johnson had a major monkey on his back, a U.S. Open debacle on his mind and another USGA ruling hanging over his head. When Johnson ...

Late collapse at Oakmont torments Lowry

No one could blame Shane Lowry if he returned to his native Ireland on Sunday night, put his golf bag in a corner of his ...

Oakmont, USGA staff rise to U.S. Open challenges 

The USGA long has expressed its affection for Oakmont Country Club, with the latest valentine arriving Saturday in the form of the 2025 U.S. Open. ...

Fan favorite Furyk closes with flurry

When Jim Furyk began his final round at the 116th U.S. Open on Sunday at Oakmont Country Club, he was hoping to get to 3-under ...

USGA's debate over penalizing Johnson at U.S. Open angers golf's big names

Because of a rules question, there was no definitive score attributed to Dustin Johnson as he worked his way through the final few holes of ...

U.S. Open notebook: Spieth finishes tied for 38th

• What a difference a year makes at the U.S. Open for Jordan Spieth. Fewer than 365 days ago, Spieth was halfway to a grand ...

Koepka flirts with course record until late mistakes

It's not hyperbole to say Brooks Koepka had one of the best eight-hole stretches in the history of U.S. Open play at Oakmont Country Club. ...

Amateur Rahm finishes with 70 at Oakmont

It's not a surprise that Spain's Jon Rahm, the only amateur to make the cut at the 116th U.S. Open, played well at Oakmont Country ...

Gorman: U.S. Open rigors don't dull Day's drive

On a day when Oakmont Country Club chewed up and spit out major champions, the world's top two golfers survived the cut. One climbed into ...

Lowry tops U.S. Open leaderboard after another long day at Oakmont

Darkness closed in on the 116th U.S. Open for the second straight day Saturday, and the fast, firm nastiness of a dry Oakmont Country Club ...