Oakmont's fast greens have been raising eyebrows, but fast US Open greens are nothing new. Just ask Tom Lehman who came close several times in the 1990s...
2016 US Open betting could be tough, so we consider some longshots
The 12th is one of the longest holes in US Open history
Bill Elliott reflects on the choice of the USGA to stage the 2015 US Open at Chambers Bay
There has already been plenty of US Open equipment changes this week
Where should the wise money go? Nick Bonfield answers...
With the bookies offering very short odds on Rory McIlroy (7/1), we rank the outsiders
How last year's US Open set Cody Gribble's career on the right track
Sam Saunders qualified for the US Open in Columbus, Ohio.
Chambers Bay is a most unusual course to host the 115th US Open.
Why the USGA's Mike Davis is spot on and players should stop complaining
Martin Kaymer produced one of the best performances in modern major history to claim his second major championship in the 2014 US Open at Pinehurst No.2
Nick Bonfield discusses Martin Kaymer's dominant performance in the 2014 US Open at Pinehurst No.2
I generally find it rather difficult to get excited about golf tournaments on day one. The finishing line seems such a distant prospect and too often I’ve got my hopes…
Justin Rose, the 2013 US Open Champion, isn’t feeling any extra pressure entering the 2014 US Open held at Pinehurst No. 2. Following his victory one year ago in Merion,…
Nick Bonfield looks at the unique challenge of Pinehurst and gives his views on who might contend in the 2014 US Open
The US Open is historically the hardest of the four majors thanks to its brutal course set up, but a recent restoration means the usual four foot of rough has…
The hardest test in golf is back again, and Golf Monthly previews which players may have a statistical edge in the US Open at Pinehurst
Phil Mickelson will forever be remembered as one of the most prolific, popular and flamboyant golfers of all time, and someone who boasts a major-winning record only superseded in the…
Golf Monthly Digital Editor Neil Tappin gives his thoughts on Merion Golf Club and the US Open