June 17-20, 2010
On a wild day, Graeme McDowell holds it together and becomes the first European to win America's national championship since 1970. "I think I died and gone to heaven for sure," he said. (Robert Galbraith/Reuters)
BOSWELL | Graeme McDowell gave his father, Ken, the one thing he'd asked for: a U.S. Open victory.
- Tom Watson says farewell to Pebble
- 3rd round: Woods charges with 66
- Boswell: Grandeur of the U.S. Open
- No. 17 is Pebble's toughest test
- 2nd round: Mickelson masters Pebble
- Boswell: It's Phil Mickelson's time
- 1st round: Micheel soars into lead
- Boswell: Tiger's golden opportunity
Scenes from Pebble Beach Golf Links, a course that stymied some of golf's biggest stars .
The Post's Barry Svrluga previews this year's U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
Ten years after his record U.S. Open victory at Pebble Beach, a different Tiger returns.
The '11 U.S. Open is a year away, but the USGA has been busy at Congressional.
Course: Pebble Beach Golf Links
Defending champion: Lucas Glover
TV coverage: ESPN, NBC
Course: Augusta National | Augusta, Ga.
Winner: Phil Mickelson
Course: St. Andrews Links | St. Andrews, Scotland
Defending champion: Stewart Cink
Whistling Straits | Kohler, Wisc.
Defending champion: Y.E. Yang