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article2011 U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy is part of golf's newest power triumvirate. (USGA/Darren Carroll)'Big Threes' in Golf Over the Years
articleBrooks Koepka is on the hunt for his first major title at Oakmont. (USGA/Steven Gibbons)Rounds 1 and 2: Five Groups to Watch
article1994 U.S. Open: Ernie ArrivesOakmont Lookback, 1994: Els Beats Heat, Playoff Pressure
articleTim Wilkinson fought through Tropical Storm Colin to shoot two sub-70 rounds and earn a spot in his first U.S. Open.Four Earn U.S. Open Bids in Rainy Jacksonville
articleAaron Wise shot rounds of 67-68 to earn a spot in his first U.S. Open.NCAA Champion Builds on Momentum With U.S. Open Berth
articleDerek Chang (left), Kevin Tway (center) and Austin Jordan punched their tickets to Oakmont on Monday.Tway Soars to Oakmont with Final-Hole Eagle
articleBryson DeChambeau's 63 in the afternoon propelled him to a second straight U.S. Open bid. DeChambeau Earns Return Trip to U.S. Open
articleSam Burns posted two sub-70 rounds and then got through a 6-for-2 playoff to earn a spot in his first U.S. Open.LSU Tigers of New, Old, Earn U.S. Open Spots
articleMiguel Luis Tabuena, 21, of the Philippines, was the medalist in the Daly City, Calif., U.S. Open sectional qualifier.Tabuena Paces 6 Bay Area Qualifiers
articleBilly Hurley III made just one bogey during the 36-hole qualifier at Woodmont Country Club en route to another U.S. Open appearance.Hurley Punches Third Straight U.S. Open Ticket
articleAmateur Ryan Stachler is congratulated by family members after qualifying for the 2016 U.S. Open.Bulle Breaks Through, Leads Three into U.S. Open Field
articleAmateur Charlie Danielson outdueled PGA Tour winner Tony Finau in a playoff to earn the last U.S. Open spot in Springfield. Wilkes-Krier, Amateur Trio Earn U.S. Open Berths
articleChristopher Crawford's 40-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole of the North Course at Canoe Brook earned him a spot in his first U.S. Open.Crawford's Improbable Birdie Leads Six Qualifiers
articleKent Bulle is congratulated on the 18th green after posting 11-under 133 to earn medalist honors at his U.S. Open sectional site at Ansley Golf Club's Settindown Creek Course in Roswell, Ga.U.S. Open Sectional Qualifying: Live Updates
articleDavid Toms is one of seven major champions slated to tee it up in sectional qualifying on Monday.Sectional Qualifying: 10 Sites, One Last Shot
articleThe iconic 18th hole at Oakmont Country Club, where the eventual U.S. Open champion could be treated to a memorable walk up the final fairway. (USGA/John Mummert)Oakmont: A Timeless Tradition
article1983 U.S. Open: Nelson's Monday MagicOakmont Lookback: Nelson's Monday Magic
articleGregory Bourdy, of France, was the medalist in the U.S. Open sectional qualifier at Walton Heath Golf Club in England on May 30, carding 9-under 135.Bourdy Tops Among 13 Qualifiers in England
articleJustin Thomas, a first-time PGA Tour winner in November, will make his second U.S. Open appearance. (USGA/Fred Vuich)27 More Punch Tickets to Oakmont
articleYuta Ikeda (left) was all smiles during U.S. Open sectional qualifying at Higashi Hirono Golf Club in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan. Ikeda made 13 birdies over 36 holes and was the qualifying medalist at 10-under-par 132.Ikeda Leads Four Qualifiers from Japan Sectional
article1973 U.S. Open: Miller's 631973: Fact and Fiction in the U.S. Open's Most Famous Final Round
articleState and regional golf associations such as the Golf Association of Philadelphia are vital to the USGA in helping conduct hundreds of qualifying rounds, including the May 16 U.S. Open local qualifier at Silver Creek C.C. in Hellertown, Pa.Local Qualifying Snapshot: Hellertown, Pa.
articlePerry Parker, a three-time U.S. Open participant, has competed in qualifying more than 20 times. (Dan Scofield/Golf Association of Philadelphia)Parker ‘On the Road’ for His Fourth U.S. Open Appearance
articleOwen Quinn came up a few strokes short of advancing out of a U.S. Open local qualifier held on May 16 at Longmeadow Country Club. His father, Fran, also failed to qualify. Owen caddied for his father in the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst.Quinns’ Quest: Father, Son Miss Out on Open at Oakmont
articleTwo-time U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen won't have to go through sectional qualifying in 2016 after receiving a special exemption from the USGA into this year's championship at Oakmont Country Club.Goosen Receives Special Exemption Into 2016 U.S. Open
article1962 U.S. Open: Jack's First MajorOakmont Lookback: Jack Wins His First Major
article1953 U.S. Open: Hogan's Fourth TitleOakmont Lookback: Hogan’s Dream Season Included U.S. Open Win
articleJason Day will try to capture his second major title when he tees it up at Oakmont. (USGA/Darren Carroll)Fox to Air More Than 40 Hours of Live U.S. Open Coverage
article1935 U.S. Open: Parks Wins Home Game at OakmontUnheralded Local Pro Parks Produces Stunning Win in 1935 U.S. Open
articleDefending champion Jordan Spieth is among 12 U.S. Open champions fully exempt into this year's championship at Oakmont Country Club.9,877 Entries Accepted for 116th U.S. Open
articleTommy Armour, in 1927, edged Harry Cooper in a playoff to win the first U.S. Open Championship contested at Oakmont Country Club.Armour Emerges Victorious in Oakmont’s U.S. Open Debut
articleOakmont creator Henry Clary Fownes (right) and his son, William C. Fownes Jr., nursed the club from early growing pains into a world-class venue that will host its record ninth U.S. Open in June.Oakmont: The Fownes Family and the Birth of a Championship Course