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7: Consecutive first-time winners of Majors. The list includes Jason Day, Danny Willett, Dustin Johnson, Henrik Stenson, Jimmy Walker, Sergio Garcia, and Brooks Koepka, dating back to the 2015 PGA Championship. It’s the first time that’s happened since 2001-2003 when the list was David Duval, Davis Toms, Rich Beem, Mike Weir, Jim Furyk, Ben Curtis, and Shaun Micheel.  It…

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In a week of upheaval in the Top 10, US Open champion Brooks Koepka rose 12 spots to No. 10 in the world this week in the Official World Golf Rankings.

In all, every position in the Top 10 saw movement except for 1. Dustin Johnson, No.8 Alex Noren, and No. 9 Rickie Fowler. Hideki Matsyuama, who wound up finishing…

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Sunday morning, Bob Koepka talked to his son on the phone; the kind of things most dads did with their sons on Father’s Day in America.

Except this father had a special request for his Brooks: “Do me a favor. I need a trophy for Father’s Day. Do me a favor and bring one back back.”

Brooks Koepka took that request…

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If you watched any of the US Open this week on television, you likely never heard the name Steve Trattner. In other circumstances that would be odd, considering he spent so much of his lifetime finding the course that came to be at Erin Hills; promoting it; finding investors; helping design it; even going out with a backhoe to…

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A whopping five players are at least 10 strokes under par headed to Sunday’s final round at the US Open – none of whom have ever won a Major before.

Brian Harman leads the chase at 12-under after ringing up his second 5-under 67 in three days. Harman, 30, had just one blemish, a bogey on No. 2 but he…

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It’s been a wild two days in Erin Hills, and the best is yet to come.

Four men, none of whom have ever won a Major, sit atop the leaderboard all tied at 7-under.

They are the UK’s Tommy Fleetwood and three Americans – Paul Casey, Brooks Koepka, and Brian Harman.

The men missing the cut were as staggering as the men…

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With Sergio Garcia finally winning the Masters last month, Rickie Fowler is probably the best player in the world without a Major.

The American made a major move towards rectifying that situation on Thursday.

Undaunted by the intimidating rough or anything else, Fowler was money on his putts, shooting a 7-under 65 to take a 1-stroke lead at the tournament being…

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Erin Hills makes its debut as home of the 2017 US Open beginning Thursday. Wisconsin might not seem like the ideal place for such a grand tournament, but this particular area of the state resembles Scotland with bent grass, fine fescue, water features, and enormously long holes, totaling 7,812 yards with a par 72.

Here’s a hole-by-hole look at the…

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St. Jude Classic champion Daniel Berger has risen to No. 24 in the world following his victory at the tournament on Sunday. He was previously ranked No. 43.

Dylan Frittellli, winner of the Lyoness Open, rose from 104th to 76th with his inaugural win on the European Tour.

There was small movement in the Top 10, where both Jordan Spieth (No.5…

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If you’re a fan of Jordan Niebruge, Taylor Gooch, or Kevin Dougherty, get your alarm clock cued up – those three kick off the US Open at 6:45 a.m. on No. 1.

The biggest pairing of the day – the last three winners of the tournament -takes place at 8:35 a.m. on the back nine when No. 1 Dustin Johnson,…

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