Byline: By DOUG FERGUSON

Brooks Koepka likes to boast about his honesty. He takes as much pride in being bold and blunt as he does in his remarkable record in the major...

CROMWELL, Conn. — Commissioner Jay Monahan says the PGA Tour can’t win an “arms race” against Saudi-funded LIV Golf when the weapon is money. His...

CROMWELL, Conn. — Brooks Koepka, one of the first players to denounce a rival league for only 48 players, is the latest PGA Tour player to sign on...

BROOKLINE — A week that began with Phil Mickelson speaking without saying hardly anything ended with Matt Fitzpatrick at a momentary loss for words...

BROOKLINE — The storms dodged Brookline and the stars began to emerge Friday in the U.S. Open.Collin Morikawa showed signs of emerging from...

BROOKLINE — Adam Hadwin wasn’t officially in the U.S. Open until eight days ago. He walked off The Country Club on Thursday with his best score...

BROOKLINE — The U.S. Open isn’t the only American major that has felt like an afterthought, lost among chatter and innuendo about topics unrelated...

BROOKLINE — Phil Mickelson lumbered his way down the first fairway and flashed a thumbs-up almost by habit, even if he wasn’t responding to an...

BROOKLINE — Phil Mickelson stuck to his script and showed restraint when put in tough spots at the U.S. Open, a big change for him. Except on...

DUBLIN, Ohio — Just being at the Memorial was a reminder how far Cameron Young has come in the last year. Being part of a six-way tie for the lead...

TULSA, Okla. — Justin Thomas is a major champion when he least expected it.Thomas matched a PGA Championship record Sunday when he rallied from a...

TULSA, Okla. — The wind finally relented Friday in the PGA Championship. Will Zalatoris never did.From the fairway or the rough, Zalatoris kept...

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