Dustin Johnson would probably like to forget his 72nd hole at the 2015 U.S. Open, one that cost him an outright victory with the missed eagle putt and one that cost him an 18-hole playoff with the missed par putt.
Dustin Johnson sat on the 18th green just one stroke down to Jordan Spieth, with only 12-feet left between his ball and the hole, and an eagle putt sitting directly beneath him. Dustin somehow managed to three-putt the hole, which handed Spieth the U.S. Open in unbelievable fashion. Watch Dustin Johnson's missed putts to win
The course at Chambers Bay for the U.S. Open was the source of plenty of controversy this week, and for good reason. Ian Poulter was one of those players who struggled with the difficult conditions, and he took to Instagram after his final round to rip the USGA a new one. And rip the USGA
Does this sound familiar? Rory makes a long birdie putt on No. 13 to move to -2 for the day, two back. #USOpen http://t.co/HK68k2EQBc — U.S. Open (USGA) (@usopengolf) June 21, 2015 PGA professionals were having trouble during the U.S. Open hitting 4-foot putts, but Rory really had feel for the greens at Chamber’s Bay
Tiger Woods has a lot of haters but because the game of golf carries an unparalleled level of respect during competition, those people are rarely heard from on golf courses, that is unless the heckler films his idiotic self.
Everyone expected to hear a lot of criticism of Chambers Bay during this U.S. Open this week, but considering the amount of negative attention bombarded upon the young course over the last few weeks, the overall criticism has been relatively light.
Tiger Woods just shot a 10-over, 80 in the first round of the 2015 U.S. Open — his worst round of the U.S. Open ever.
Skip Bayless used a word to describe Tiger Woods that he himself has been called millions of times: Disgrace.
Even the most expensive golf balls cost no more than a few bucks apiece, which is apparently the same value that this guy places on his life.
There are a lot of perks to being a successful PGA golfer.
Tiger Woods might be struggling on the course but the 14-time major winner is still making a ton of money off it.
Putting & reading the greens well so far!! Good read @jtedscott!!#USOpenChambersBay pic.twitter.com/9Iobm55qUS — bubba watson (@bubbawatson) June 12, 2015 The U.S. Open is set to take place at Chambers Bay starting next weekand Bubba Watson has been busy preparing for the competition by taking some practice rounds on the greens.