Dustin Johnson won the 2016 U.S. Open on Sunday at Oakmont, holding off a group of quality contenders and the stupidity of the USGA en route to a four three shot victory over Jim Furyk, Scott Piercy and Shane Lowry. Here are my takeaways from the week.
It’s fair to say that we’re pretty spoiled right now as golf fans. The depth of talent at the top is insanely deep, and we have more compelling figures in the game than at any point in my lifetime. The last eighteen months have been incredible to watch because of these two facts, and I […]
Late on Sunday night, LINKS Magazine reported that Greg Norman was being dumped by Fox after only one year as Joe Buck’s colour man for USGA events and on Monday, the USGA confirmed the news in a press release. Officially, the term used is that the sides “parted ways”, and realistically, it’s possible that Norman wasn’t […]
It was a pretty crazy week, wasn’t it? So much happened at Chambers Bay that instead of trying to wrap up just the final round, I’m going to post some thoughts in point form and we’ll see how long it gets. Also, please make sure that you read both Kyle Porter and Shane Ryan on […]
My second preview piece for theScore is a sponsored article for Johnnie Walker, and it takes a look at Chambers Bay and how it’s pretty much a mystery to everyone playing there this week. The full article can be read by clicking on this link.
It’s U.S. Open week, and once again I’m helping theScore with some preview material for the event. The first piece is a quick betting preview, where Gino Bottero, Justin Bourne and myself select a favourite, someone from the middle of the pack and a long shot that we think has the best chance of winning. […]