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US Open D4 round-up
Martin Kaymer crushed his rivals in emphatic fashion as he won the US Open at Pinehurst No 2 by eight shots.
Course strikes back
Pinehurst was the winner on day three of the 114th US Open, says Sky Sports' Butch Harmon.
US Open D3 round-up
Martin Kaymer remains on course for a wire-to-wire victory at the US Open - but Pinehurst No.2 is not going to make it easy for the German.
US Open D2 round-up
Day two at Pinehurst saw more of the same from the imperious Martin Kaymer who produced his second successive 65 to streak six shots clear of the field at the halfway stage.
US Open round up
A birdie blitz on the back nine saw Martin Kaymer set the pace after the first round of the US Open at Pinehurst.
Phil's fitting finale
It’s easy to get excited about a major sports occasion. There is an energy, a basic frisson of anticipation that is impossible to ignore and thrilling to contemplate. In many ways, the expectation of the event can be bigger than the event itself.
Feeling the heat
I only arrived yesterday and basically all of Tuesday and Wednesday will be spent gathering preview material and then I’m back on the touch screen Thursday and Friday doing player interviews.
One Moment in Time
Payne Stewart won three Major championships – but that is just part of his legacy.
Phil’s near misses
Phil Mickelson has become a perennial US Open bridesmaid in recent years. Ahead of this year's major we look back at his six near misses.
The term ‘Major’ in sport is very much an American expression, and a predominantly golfing one at that.
We look back to the last two US Opens at Pinehurst No.2 won by Payne Stewart in 1999 and Michael Campbell in 2005.
Up for the Cup
Justin Rose tells Sky Sports why he loves the World Cup and picks out Michael Owen's wonder goal.
The 114th US Open will be staged at Pinehurst in North Carolina starting June 12, all of it live on Sky Sports, and here we look back at five of the most memorable tournaments in the history of the event.