We take a look at the winners of the U.S. Open this century, from Tiger Woods to Gary Woodland. By Sarah Wilmore
We take a look back through the history of the tournament at some of the greatest shots to be hit during the Major.
The 2006 US Open featured two of the most harrowing final-hole meltdowns in Major history, with Australian Geoff Ogilvy ultimately reigning supreme
Fergus Bisset recalls watching the championships from 1994 to 1999
We take a look at the top 6 meltdowns in major championship history
Re-live the most astonishing of US Open wins as Tiger Woods wins the 2000 US Open golf tournament by 15 strokes at Pebble Beach
Tiger Woods defied a broken leg to triumph at the 2008 US Open
WATCH: The Best Shot From The US Open? - Shane Lowry's flop shot on the 17th was out-of-this-world good...
The American posted a hilarious video on social media of him singing Lady Gaga
Gary Woodland's win means Americans have won nine of the last 10 Majors
The Englishman shot a 73 (+2), his worst round of the week, in the final round to finish six shy of Gary Woodland
We take a look how social media recited to the American's first Major championship victory.
The 21-year-old makes his professional debut this week at the Travelers Championship
Brooks Koepka became the only man in US Open history to shoot four rounds in the 60s and not win
The American won his maiden Major by three strokes
Who will survive the toughest test of the season and take the glory?
The US Open is the richest tournament in golf
Find out who is leading the US Open at Pebble Beach
Here we take a look at how and when you can tune in to the 2019 US Open at Pebble Beach
Our guide to the 119th US Open host Pebble Beach