Will Shinnecock be Defenseless?

June 13, 2018 0

Growing up, the US Open was always the ultimate test given to players on the PGA Tour. It would be like taking all of your exams in one day each day for four days. The […]

U.S. Open Recap

June 19, 2016 0

By: Noah Thomas — He finally did it. After years of trying, Dustin Johnson has won his first major golf championship after a hard-fought weekend in the U.S. Open at Oakmont. Johnson, who hung around […]

U.S. Open: First round washed out

June 16, 2016 0

By Noah Thomas — Rain or shine, the U.S. Open waits for no man. Awesome squirrel logo be damned. It looks like golf’s toughest challenge got a bit easier Thursday after over an inch of […]

The Mike Tyson of Golf

August 3, 2015 0

By: Marcus “Mook” Washington   On February 10th 1990, Mike Tyson walked into the Tokyo Dome waiting to destroy another no name opponent. At the time, James “Buster” Douglas was best known for dominating Tony […]

US Open Preview

June 17, 2015 0

By: Marcus Washington   The USGA brings their signature event to the Pacific Northwest for the first time. Chambers Bay isn’t your typical US Open set up. Chambers Bay will play more like a links […]