American Dustin Johnson takes a three shot lead into the final round of the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Northern Irishman Graeme McDowell is in 2nd place. Tiger Woods shot himself back into contention and is five shots back. Tomorrow's final round will be interesting to say the least. I hope to hear everyone's thoughts on one of the toughest major golf tournaments.
Ridiculous final round. Don't think anyone shot below par. Good to see the Irish get the win, but was hoping for more drama.
I would agree the final round was ridiculous. The USGA made all the pros look like fools with the conditions of the course. McDowell played pretty good golf all week and hung in there to win.
by Patrick King 8 years ago
Well, we are three weeks away from the second Major of the PGA schedule, the U.S. Open. The 2010 U.S. Open will be played this year at Pebble Beach. The last time the U.S. Open was played at Pebble, Tiger Woods obliterated the field to win his first U.S. Open. Woods is scheduled...
by Maddie Ruud 8 years ago
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by Patrick King 7 years ago
John Daly, the 1995 British Open champion at St. Andrews is three shots behind after the first round shooting a 66. So, does big John have what it takes to win a major championship again?
by samman 8 years ago
Will France still make it to the next round of the FIFA World Cup 2010?
by philzgrill 7 years ago
I went to this a few years ago in Monterey/Carmel and it was fantastic. The views, the golf and seeing some real life characters like Bill Murray and Lynn Swann, was well worth the effort to get there. I did meet Phil Mickelson there and he signed an autograph. He was one of the...
by hubby7 7 years ago
Being an avid golf fan, It's looks to me that he just might be. The shots he made in the Chervon match, I haven't seen in a very long time. Also, having 3 round below par have been virtually unheard of in a long time. That seems to tell me that the old Woods is roaring back and rising from the...
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