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Who really has a shot (and who doesn't) to win this U.S. Open

Gary Woodland did not go run and hide. There are a lot of names -- some big ones, some not-so-big ones -- lurking.

'Achy' Tiger uneven again, 11 shots back after 71

Admitting that his back "impacts every shot" he plays, Tiger Woods had an up-and-down third round and shot an even-par 71, leaving him far behind the lead at Pebble Beach.

Woodland takes 1-shot lead into Sunday at Pebble

Justin Rose enters the final round of the U.S. Open in second place. Brooks Koepka is in third, four shots back at 7 under along with Chez Reavie and Louis Oosthuizen.

Fan struck by errant Stenson shot requests selfie

Henrik Stenson's second shot on the 16th hole at Pebble Beach left a patron with a welt on his forehead. But after apologizing, Stenson said the man asked if he could take a selfie with him. Stenson obliged by laying down for the photo.

Triple-bogey on 18 dooms Mickelson in Round 3

Mickelson, who turns 49 on Sunday, failed to make a move in the third round of the 119th U.S. Open, shooting a 4-over par 75 to fall out of contention for a victory in the major championship that has eluded him throughout his storied career.

Day later, Reed at peace with snapping club

Patrick Reed didn't think his club-breaking episode on the 18th hole at Pebble Beach on Friday was a big deal. "At the end of the day, I got my anger out," he said Saturday.

Henderson leads Meijer LPGA; Thompson fires 62

Lexi Thompson eagled the final hole to tie the course record with a 62, moving three strokes behind leader Brooke Henderson at the Meijer LPGA Classic.

Runaway golf cart injures U.S. Open spectators

A box fell on a golf cart's accelerator, causing it to drive in large circles until someone jumped in and knocked the box off. A spinal injury and a broken arm were among the injuries reported.

Hey, USGA, this U.S. Open is perfect, don't mess with it

The course is gorgeous. The players are happy. The leaderboard is intriguing. It should be a great weekend, as long as the USGA keeps its hands off Pebble Beach.

Henderson aces 15th, up 3 shots at Meijer LPGA

Brooke Henderson sank a hole-in-one on the 15th hole and completed an 8-under 64 in the rain-delayed first round, then shot another 64 in the second round to break the tournament 36-hole record she set in 2017 by two strokes.

Tiger 'a little hot' after poor finish to Open round

Tiger Woods was "a little hot" after bogeying his final two holes -- after going 29 holes without one -- at the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. "Not a good finish," he said.

Pronged attack: Spieth drills rake, shoots wild 69

Jordan Spieth, whose roller-coaster ride at the U.S. Open on Friday included seven birdies and five bogeys, hit a rake that nobody saw sitting atop a fairway bunker on No. 2.

Woodland's 36-hole tally best for Open at Pebble

Woodland's bogey-free second round helped him jump Justin Rose as the clubhouse leader at the U.S. Open.

Tiger Woods' wasted day at the U.S. Open

Tiger Woods had chances all day at Pebble Beach. He missed them, over and over. He's still in the conversation, but farther back than he could have been.

How Tiger hit it all over the place, still got himself in the U.S. Open mix

Tiger Woods' iron game deserted him. His putter showed up out of nowhere. His first round at the U.S. Open was solid, even if it made little sense. We go through every hole to try and explain it.