The PGA Tour heads to TPC River Highlands this weekend after a dramatic US Open at Brookline. Golf usually dominates the newspapers and headlines at this time of year, with the majors coming thick and
Englishman Matt Fitzpatrick held his nerve to land a first Major title at the US Open on Sunday, as he claimed a one-shot victory at The Country Club, Brookline. The Sheffield-born star went into the
Englishman Matt Fitzpatrick (10/3 - US Open Outright) admitted he's been dreaming of winning the US Open this week after ending Saturday in a share of the lead alongside American Will Zalatoris at Brookline. Fitzpatrick
Collin Morikawa (4/1 - Outright) says staying "patient" will be key to his chances of winning the US Open, as he takes a share of the lead into the weekend at The Country Club, Brookline.
Rory McIlroy (9/2 - Outright) admitted he got frustrated at times during his first round at the US Open, but the Northern Irishman still finds him just one shot off the lead going into Friday's
Shane Lowry says he is excited by the prospect of partnering Phil Mickelson on the opening two days at the US Open. The Irishman will play alongside Mickelson and Louis Oosthuizen on Thursday and Friday