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articleDustin Johnson took time to pose with the Oakmont maintenance staff after claiming the 116th U.S. Open. (USGA/Jeff Haynes)Johnson Gains U.S. Open Redemption
articleShane Lowry surrendered a four-stroke lead during the final round on Sunday. (USGA/Darren Carroll)Lowry (76) Vows to Learn From Lost Lead
articleJon Rahm was the lone amateur to make the cut at Oakmont. (USGA/Michael Cohen)Rahm Closes Amateur Career With Silver Medal
articleDustin Johnson tees off on the 10th hole. (USGA/Jeff Haynes)Strokes Gained: DJ Drives to Victory
articleLee Westwood is trying to further the notion that age is just a number. (USGA/Jeff Haynes)Daily Digest: A Look at the Contenders
articleAndrew Landry, No. 624 in the world rankings, has a chance to pull off one of the great upsets in U.S. Open history. (USGA/JD Cuban)Win Would Place Landry Among Golf’s Major Cinderella Stories
articleA Closer Look at Shane Lowry's 65A Closer Look at Shane Lowry's 65
articleShane Lowry's putting is a big reason why he enters the final round with a four-stroke lead. (USGA/Darren Carroll)Strokes Gained: Lowry's Prowess on Oakmont's Greens
articleShane Lowry birdied two of his four holes on Sunday morning to put the finishing touches on a third-round 65. (USGA/Darren Carroll)At 7 Under, Lowry Seizes U.S. Open Advantage
articleA Drivable Par 4?A Drivable Par 4?