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Shaquille O'Neal is not very good at golf. That's evident with the drives he tried to hit at the Greenbrier Classic on Wednesday.
Tiger Woods is playing the Greenbrier Classic for just the second time ever. He's not going to win, is he? (no, he is not going to win)
Jordan Spieth is playing the John Deere Classic next week in Iowa. Is that a good idea for somebody trying to finish off the Grand Slam?
You could make worse choices than Brandt Snedeker for the British Open at St. Andrews this year. Especially considering how much he loves the greens there.
Nothing against the Greenbrier Classic, but it's not exactly the Players Championship. Not even Tiger Woods can affect that.
Jordan Spieth is costing (and making) Under Armour a LOT of money.
At this point, it'll take some magic for Tiger Woods to rekindle the golfer of yesteryear. Peter Dawson thinks his precious Old Course at St. Andrews might hold it.
Can Tiger Woods really contend at the Greenbrier Classic this weekend? If his practice round is any indication, the answer is "yes."
The man synonymous with Nike is stepping aside as the company's chairman.
Shaq Daddy is invading West Virginia this week for the Greenbrier Pro-Am. His swing, if it's still anything like this, needs a little bit of work.
Peter Oosterhuis' wife Roothie talks about her husband's journey into early onset Alzheimer's.
Bluejack National looks a little bit like Augusta. That's on purpose. Tiger Woods discusses his first American course here and shows off a little of its punch.
Tiger Woods rolled away in 2005 at the Old Course. That won't happen this year, but we should still get an amazing Open.
Brendan Steele and Will Wilcox duked it out on Twitter over some loud driving range music. Golf!
Rory McIlroy's response, which young gun wins first and what in the world do we make of Tiger Woods' summer?
Na Yeon Choi buried a shot from the fairway on the 70th hole of the NW Arkansas Championship. She went on to win by two.
Tiger Woods and Cheyenne Woods are endlessly compared. The latter is sick of being asked questions about the former.
Phil Mickelson apparently transferred nearly $3 million to someone who was just busted for running an illegal sports gambling ring.
This disc golfer pulled off the most improbably toss I've ever seen through about 50 trees off a bounce.
This amateur reminded us of Bill Haas with this unbelievable shot. Actually, it was even better.
Rory McIlroy, Bubba Watson and Tiger Woods have won 11 percent of PGA Tour events in the last six years.
Bubba Watson is approaching a status few have achieved in their golfing careers. Ten wins and two majors? That's rare air indeed.
Victor Dubuisson shot a 73 in the final round of the BMW International Open. His clubs were not the cause but they paid the price.
Tiger Woods is hearing it from everybody these days. His US Open result probably warrants the burn.
Tiger Woods is teeing it up at the Greenbrier Classic this week. What should we expect from him?
Danny Lee and his driver were not getting along. They are no longer in a relationship.
Bubba Watson collected his eighth career PGA Tour title. He's not the only golfer who played great this week.
A marine made three holes-in-one in one round and shot two better than his age. He's 59.
Jordan Spieth is enjoying the spoils of being a major champion this week in the Bahamas.
Bubba Watson was given some advice by a fan at the Travelers Championship. He didn't comply.
Louis Oosthuizen is moving on from Chambers Bay. As he should.
Martin Kaymer missed the cut. He did not miss an opportunity to make birdie from the swampland.
Bubba Watson is crushing the week after the US Open. Can he win his second Travelers Championship in six years?
Cheyenne Woods said Tiger is the hardest worker she knows. Will that be enough to get him back to the top?
What a world. This man was fed up with his sticks. Then he almost lost his dome.
A golf writer nailing the DJ putt on the final hole at Chambers Bay? Sure, why not.
You thought the US Open had some tough spots. You haven't seen anything yet.
Brandt Snedeker, Bubba Watson and ... Stuart Appleby? Let's take a closer look at this tournament.
Bumpy greens? How about a fairway that straight disappeared. This golf course near Kansas City has some serious issues.
Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods suddenly have two golfers in their mid-20s bearing down on them.
Some of these trick shots are truly incredible. Karsten Mass puts on a show with a long club, with two clubs and with no club (a hammer!)
Fred Couples won't be able to play in the US Senior Open.
Jordan Spieth shared the best golf Instagram photo ever.
Jordan Spieth will take two weeks off before returning to the PGA Tour for the John Deere Classic the week before the Open.
Jordan Spieth is a really nice guy and even let the sign carrier for his group hold the US Open trophy in picture
Cameron Smith's tap-in on the 72nd hole of the US Open was worth much more than just a T4 finish.
What do you get after winning your second major? Calvin Johnson-signed gear, apparently.
Jordan Spieth has been involved in two of the better majors of the last few years. And probably the last decade.
Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and who's going to win the British Open?
He's halfway home. Can Jordan Spieth really pull off the unthinkable and win them all in one year?
Tiger Woods hopes his year will get better by easing the pain of his four-legged friend.
One day after skewering the USGA, Billy Horschel apologized for his actions on the 6th hole at the US Open on Sunday.
Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and other leaders just dealt with tough US Open greens and conditions. It was the only way to play it the course.
It was an incredible week of US Open golf highlighted by Rory McIlroy's run, Jason Day's perseverance and, ultimately, Jordan Spieth's guile at Chambers Bay.
After his US Open win, Jordan Spieth artfully dodged a question about the conditions at Chambers Bay.
Jordan Spieth could do no wrong at Chambers Bay. He wrapped up a stunning victory with a birdie on 18 and heads to St. Andrews with a grand slam on the line.
All the latest news, notes, tweets and GIFs are available in CBSSports.com's 2015 US Open live blog.
A three-putt from 15 feet was the latest moment of heartbreak for Dustin Johnson at the US Open.
Dustin Johnson blew a chance to win the 2015 US Open and Jordan Spieth emerged with the win. Here's how Twitter reacted to the unbelievable ending.
Jordan Spieth's win at Chambers Bay put him in an elite group of golfers to win the US Open and Masters in the same year.
The putting surface at the 2015 US Open has been criticized often. On Sunday, Ian Poulter went all in when he posted a lengthy rant to his Instagram page.
Brandt Snedeker was hanging around the leaderboard until he got a horrible break on the 14th green.
Rory McIlroy had a chance at making history on Sunday, but two late bogeys derailed charge to the top.
Jordan Spieth just won a lot of money.
Rory McIlroy is charging from eight-back to start his round to get back within two of the leaders, and his latest birdie came from way out on No. 13.
The frustration with the greens continues to boil over in the final round, including Marcus Fraser smacking a ball into the water in anger.
Billy Horschel lost his cool after missing a short par putt at the US Open. He then ripped the USGA after his round.
Keegan Bradley's tee shot rode the slopes to within inches of the hole on No. 12.
Camilo Villegas and Chris Kirk are among those not planning golf vacation trips to Chambers Bay.
Ernie Els is behind on the leaderboard, but he provided us with one of the best highlights from Sunday.
It's not quite what Alfred Hitchcock would have you believe.
Luke Donald's caddie wins the award for best socks of the weekend, for sure.
Dustin Johnson, Branden Grace, Jordan Spieth and Jason Day are all vying for the United States Open. Who's going to get it done?
Did Jordan Spieth convince the USGA to change the way the deciding hole of the 2015 US Open is played?
Sunday at the 2015 US Open will begin with four golfers tied for the lead at 4 under. Here's how to watch all of the exciting action live.
Jordan Spieth remains the betting favorite going into Sunday, but Dustin Johnson and Jason Day are close behind.
Jordan Spieth retains his co-lead at Chambers Bay. Is he poised for major No. 2 on the season? I think he might be.
Jason Day played through his issues with vertigo on Saturday to shoot a 2-under 68 and take a share of the lead into Sunday at the 2015 US Open.
Jason Day, Dustin Johnson and Jordan Spieth's quest for history. Sunday at Chambers Bay should be thrilling.
The final day of the 2015 US Open is finally here. Here are all the tee times and pairings you need to know for Sunday.
Jason Day did more than just hang around at the 2015 US Open on Saturday. Could he snag his first major in one of the toughest weeks of his career?
All the latest news, notes, tweets and GIFs are available in CBSSports.com's 2015 US Open live blog.
J.B. Holmes holed out from the bunker for eagle on No. 16 after driving it in the greenside bunker.
The greens at Chambers Bay are being burned to the ground by several golfers. It's not a pretty sight.
Louis Oosthuizen is rocketing up the leaderboard at Chambers Bay after a beastly 66.
A fire is burning near the 2015 US Open. Here are some photos of the smoke, which has made its way to Chambers Bay.
Louis Oosthuizen has the round of the day going in Round 3 and almost added a hole-in-one to his impressive front nine performance.
Nick Hardy made the field much bigger than it should have been by making bogey at the final hole of the second round on Tuesday night.
Sergio Garcia is not a fan of the greens at Chambers Bay and made his feelings known in his post-round interview.
Henrik Stenson seems to enjoy broccoli as a food and not as a putting surface.
Cole Hammer didn't make the cut at Chambers Bay, but he'll still be around this weekend as the leaders get going in Round 3.
Billy Horschel almost gave us our first hole-in-one of the US Open with his tee shot on No. 3.
Brooks Koepka owes his dad after a childhood full of golf trips. A 2015 US Open title would do quite nicely.
Jason Day will give it a go on Saturday. He's only three strokes back at the US Open.
Some big names, like Tiger Woods, did not make the cut but there is plenty of excitement in store for the third round of the 2015 US Open. Here's how to watch it all live.
On Saturday, the third round of the 2015 US Open will commence. Here are all the pairings and start times that you need to know.
Jordan Spieth, Dustin Johnson and Patrick Reed have emerged as the heavy favorites at the 2015 US Open.
Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth could give us the duel we all want to see on Saturday afternoon at Chambers Bay.
All the latest news, notes, tweets and GIFs were made available in CBSSports.com's 2015 US Open live blog.
Jordan Spieth vs. Patrick Reed? Yes, please. Dustin Johnson is still banging. Phil Mickelson is still hanging. And Chambers Bay wants to crush them all.
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