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Golf | US Open

Koepka's win shows folly of selective focus
Brooks Koepka's US Open triumph on Sunday was the latest reminder of how the sport used to be before Tiger Woods came along and blew away all preconceived notions of what sort of dominance was possible. Read full article
Koepka takes road less traveled
Brooks Koepka took an unorthodox path to reaching the goal of all professional golfers on Sunday but the 27-year-old Floridian said he would not change a thing after claiming his first major title. Read full article
'Koepka made great impression in Europe'
Former European Tour executive director Ken Schofield said short of seeing a player from Europe win, the continent's golf fans will be "delighted" with American Brooks Koepka's triumph. Read full article
Koepka lands on fairway to heaven
Brooks Koepka's globe-trotting golfing odyssey landed on a fairway to heaven at the US Open on Sunday as he celebrated a brilliant first major victory. Read full article
Harman rues one that got away
Brian Harman was left struggling to come to terms with his US Open defeat on Sunday after stumbling down the stretch in his final round battle with Brooks Koepka. Read full article
No regrets as magic Matsuyama falls short
Hideki Matsuyama believes he is edging closer to his dream of winning a first major after a sparkling final round left him just short at the US Open on Sunday. Read full article
Stricker soaks up the hometown support
He walked to the 18th green to a rousing ovation and left it as the US Open clubhouse leader, though at five under par Steve Stricker eventually finished 11 strokes behind winner Brooks Koepka. Read full article
Fowler upbeat after Open challenge falls flat
Rickie Fowler refused to be downcast after his latest tilt at a maiden major fell flat at the US Open. Read full article
Li last at Open, but values experience
Young Chinese Li Haotong wrapped up his first taste of major championship golf with a 12-over-par 84 to stand last early in Sunday's US Open final round, but said he valued the experience. Read full article
Koepka wins US Open by four shots
Brooks Koepka produced a back-nine birdie blitz to win the US Open on Sunday, becoming the seventh consecutive first-time winner of a major with a record-equalling victory at Erin Hills Read full article
Kim still in hunt for first major
Kim Si-woo kept up his steady pace at the US Open on Saturday, posting his third successive sub-par round to remain in the hunt for his first major. Read full article
Miller impressed by Thomas 63, up to a point
The US Open has traditionally had a reputation as the toughest test in golf, but benign conditions have turned this week’s championship into a birdie-fest, much to the lament of former champion Johnny Miller. Read full article
Li makes history at US Open
Haotong Li made a small piece of history by surviving the halfway cut at the US Open, but closed out a frustrating third round with a quadruple-bogey at the par-five 18th on Saturday. Read full article
Harman edges clear, Thomas dazzles
Brian Harman opened up a one-shot lead at the 117th US Open on Saturday in a dramatic third round lit up by a record-equalling 63 from Justin Thomas. Read full article
Matsuyama magic leads Asian challenge
Hideki Matsuyama exploded with a magnificent seven-under-par 65 to spearhead Asia's US Open challenge on Friday as Li Haotong carved a piece of history for China. Read full article
Johnson ready for break after Open flop
World No 1 Dustin Johnson said he plans to take some time off with his family as he struggles to digest his US Open flop. Read full article
Top three cut at Erin Hills in first for US Open
Johnson, McIlroy, Day all failed to make the cut at the US Open, the first time that the top three players in the world failed to qualify for weekend play at the champs since the rankings were created in 1986. Read full article
Garcia hoping Erin Hills gets harder, faster
Masters champion Sergio Garcia said he was happy to be in the hunt at the US Open and that his chances of adding a second successive major would improve if the course toughened up in the upcoming rounds. Read full article
Spectator dies at US Open
A 94-year-old man who was attending the US Open in Wisconsin died on Friday, the United States Golf Association (USGA) said in statement. Read full article
Willett withdraws with back injury
Last year's US Masters champion Danny Willett withdrew from the US Open with a sore back on Friday as the Englishman's injury woes continued. Read full article
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