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U.S. Open DFS picks 2021: PGA DFS lineup advice, sleepers & tips for DraftKings, FanDuel

It’s time for our third major of the PGA Tour season, the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. This will be the 121st U.S. Open and the second time that it has been played at Torrey Pines. The last time was in 2008 in what would be Tiger Woods’ last major championship victory before his amazing run at the 2019 Masters. While Tiger won’t be in the field this year, this is still

US Open: Jon Rahm accepts Memorial disqualification decision as he prepares to return at Torrey Pines

Jon Rahm insists he has no complaints with the PGA Tour over its handling of his disqualification from the Memorial Tournament earlier this month. The world No 3 was forced to withdraw after the third round at Muirfield Village – when he held a six-shot lead after shooting a 64 – after being informed he had given a positive test for coronavirus. Rahm was told the news live on television

DeChambeau, Koepka not paired for U.S. Open

Senior golf writer for ESPN.com Covered golf for more than 20 years Earned Evans Scholarship to attend Indiana University SAN DIEGO — Defending champion Bryson DeChambeau will not be grouped with Brooks Koepka during the first two rounds of the U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. And he was also not asked to play with Koepka, who won the 2017 and 2018 U.S. Opens. Brett Falkoff, DeChambeau’s agent, said talk of

Tiger Woods' greatest major win? Remembering his epic 2008 US Open victory at Torrey Pines

Tiger Woods will not be at one of his favourite hunting grounds when the US Open returns to Torrey Pines this week. But given his association with the course, Woods will dominate the historical highlight reels during the coverage. Picking the most memorable of Woods’ 15 major championship victories is no easy task. He has blitzed scoring records and world-class fields in a handful of those wins, he has found

Palmetto Championship: Dustin Johnson just two off the lead heading into weekend

Dustin Johnson did not let a final-hole mistake take the gloss off a high-quality second round as he finished the second day of the Palmetto Championship two shots off the lead. Johnson was five under for his round and tied for the lead with Chesson Hadley in blustery conditions at Congaree, but a wild drive at the last led to a double-bogey as he settled for a 68. Leaderboard Palmetto

Christine Wolf and Sam Horsfield share first-round lead at Scandinavian Mixed

Sam Horsfield and Christine Wolf fired eight-under 64s to share the first-round lead at the Scandinavian Mixed in Gothenburg. Wolf leads six women in the top 20 after day one of the inaugural edition of the event at Vallda Golf and Country Club, with Felicity Johnson and Solheim Cup star Caroline Hedwall also flying high. Henrik Stenson opened with a solid four-birdie 70, but fellow tournament host Annika Sorenstam found

The 149th Open: Juvic Pagunsan wins Mizuno Open, carrying only 11 clubs, to secure major place

Juvic Pagunsan and Ryutaro Nagano booked their places for the final men’s major of the year with top-two finishes at the Mizuno Open in Japan. Pagunsan mixed six birdies with two bogeys on his way to a final-round 68 at JFE Setonaikai Golf Club, taking him to 17 under and securing a three-shot victory in the weather-affected event. The 43-year-old’s victory was made more remarkable by the fact he was

European Tour: Bernd Wiesberger completes Made In Himmerland title defence with five-shot victory

Bernd Wiesberger completed a successful title defence at the Made In HimmerLand by cruising to a dominant five-shot victory in Denmark. Final leaderboard Made In HimmerLand Wiesberger, the 2019 champion, made five birdies in a six-hole stretch on his way to final-round 64 at HimmerLand Golf Course, seeing him end the week on 21 under and clear of nearest challenger Guido Migliozzi. Victory is Wiesberger’s eighth European Tour title, moves

Development after town icon destroyed

Dunedoo Golf Club has received confirmation from Deputy Premier John Barilaro’s office that it will receive a large government grant to help fund its reparations bill after widespread damage caused by an alleged vandal on a tractor last month. The tiny town of 800 people, located 340km west of Sydney, was left devastated in April when members discovered four fairways and three greens on the nine-hole course torn up by